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 on: Yesterday at 14:43:44 
Started by Captain Caravelle - Last post by lsm360
Me thinks Mike hit the nail on the head. All forums slowing down. Not sure why. Video games maybe? I know I'm still on forums as much as always.

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 on: Yesterday at 10:27:41 
Started by Captain Caravelle - Last post by Mike
I still float around but stopped coming every day because there's just no action. All forums are slowing down.

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 on: May 01, 2021, 16:15:05 
Started by coppcarz - Last post by wolfsblood07
They would need to take about 25% to 30% of what they're asking and that doesn't seem likely, although they it's time to move it!
I agree!

The irony of it is if this were a much older Plymouth, like a 1958, in this condition, they might sell it for $10,000.  While I love 50s cars, they are before my time.  I would rather have this one!


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 on: May 01, 2021, 15:44:49 
Started by coppcarz - Last post by lsm360
They would need to take about 25% to 30% of what they're asking and that doesn't seem likely, although they it's time to move it!

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 on: May 01, 2021, 10:06:44 
Started by Lightning - Last post by M_Body_Coupe
That is the colour I wish I could have done my coupe in...alas, that dark will show even the tiniest body finish flaw...so while it looks great, as with all dark colours you need to make sure everthing else is up to it.

But...your search for excellence (yes, LOL, blatant bias here on my part) has caused me to deep-dive into my stack of Dealer Brochures...and I knew that there was a 1980 Diplomat booklet which had the coupe in that colour...indeed, I found it!

Take a look at the attached scans. I have the much higher res originals here, email me if you want them. Anyways, I did finish the interior of my coupe if dark blue, the closest match I could find at that time to the factory stuff...let me know if you want to see a few pics.

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 on: April 27, 2021, 22:21:00 
Started by coppcarz - Last post by wolfsblood07
After several more auctions where reserve evidently was not met, the car is now listed at $10,000 or best offer.  One wonders what offer would take it.
https://www.ebay.com/itm/164835768403?hash=item2660fa3853:g:-ekAAOSwRS1ehG7i

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 on: April 26, 2021, 20:12:34 
Started by Lightning - Last post by Lightning
same, I was wanting Midnight Blue since Remy sent me a couple pictures of Warhammer from way back.


So, I've got it down to those colors in the original post.

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 on: April 26, 2021, 10:22:47 
Started by Lightning - Last post by lsm360
Nightwatch is very dark color, but I do like on M body

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 on: April 26, 2021, 09:44:42 
Started by Lightning - Last post by DobaMark
There is a Nightwatch Blue LeBaron 4 door in the 1980 sales brochure.
http://oldcarbrochures.org/United%20States/Chrysler_and_Imperial/1980_Chrysler/1980-Chrysler-LeBaron-Brochure/slides/1980%20Chrysler%20LeBaron-06-07.html
And in the 1982 New Yorker brochure:
http://oldcarbrochures.org/United%20States/Chrysler_and_Imperial/1982_Chrysler/1982_Chrysler_New_Yorker_Brochure/slides/1982%20Chrysler%20New%20Yorker-02.html
Also prominent in the 1983 brochure:
http://oldcarbrochures.org/United%20States/Chrysler_and_Imperial/1983_Chrysler/1983_Chrysler_New_Yorker_5th_Ave_Brochure/index.html



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 on: April 25, 2021, 15:56:55 
Started by Lightning - Last post by Lightning
So, I’ve got my color choices whittled down to 3 for when I (eventually) go to paint the car.


1) Jazz Blue (new Challenger until ‘18)
2) Jetset Blue (Jeep Renegade)
3) Nightwatch Blue


I haven’t seen an M- in Nightwatch Blue in ages, and forgot how dark it’s supposed to be. Does anybody here have one in that color?

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