Original Condition: 1970 Dodge Polara
You know what they say — they are only original once. To that I’ve added a corollary that states: I’d rather have original faded paint than a cheap respray. Even a nice paint job isn’t going to be as well adhered to the metal as the factory paint–don’t ask me why, I’m not a chemist, but I can tell you that I’d love to have the experience of an original paint classic like this next car. Find this 1970 Dodge Polara offered for $7000 in Gouldsboro, PA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller;
1970 DODGE POLARA
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: white
title status: clean
Classic 1970 Dodge Polara, all original, never restored, looks great! Interested in this beauty contact owner!
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Beautiful. You can seat six people and still haul more cargo in that massive trunk than today's puny pick up boxes!
Wow, it must be C-body season here at Daily Turismo – two door C-bodies, no less. This one looks like it would be a nice cruiser – or if I wanted to really daydream, I could get this and the rattle can black Custom 880 with the big block posted earlier, so I could pick which car to drive depending on whether the angel or demon on my shoulder was whispering louder that morning.
Not that I know every model name out there, but I have never heard of a POLARA! I dig it!
I had a '69 4 door with a 383/4v that my Granny gave me in the late 80's. Great ole C-body and a good runner. This one looks to be super clean, too bad it's a small block. These big tanks need more that 318/360.
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