I meant to post this up on Mother's Day, but obviously I didn't git 'er done. So for all you mutha's out there, I present to you this Moulin Rouge HemiCuda...
BS23R0B283660 is 1 of only 704 1970 HemiCuda''s ever made and 1 of only 45 made for the Canadian market. It is the first of only two HemiCudas finished in FM3 Moulin-Rouge (the other being BS23R0B292542). It is completed with V6X black Hockey Stick stripes, a V1X black vinyl top and a H6X9 black vinyl interior.
The "Y07" build-to spec code and the "C" as the first character of the VON show that this HemiCuda was built to Canadian specifications. The fender tag also shows us that this powerful pink HemiCuda was equipped with the A01 Light Group Package, A04 Basic Group Package, A62 Rallye Gauge Package, B51 Power Disc Brakes, C16 Center Console, G36 painted LH Sport Mirror, and the AM/8-Track Radio among other things.
Beautiful interior almost looks brand new! With the automatic, power steering, power brakes and the standard 3:23 geared rear axle, this pink HemiCuda is set to be a real power cruiser.
Cool pic showing the only two FM3 Moulin Rouge HemiCudas together. BS23R0B283660 on the left is (was?) owned by Greg and Allison Joseph while BS23R0B292542 on the right is owned by Wade and Aster Ogle. Kind of interesting in that they are similar by being the only two HemiCudas to have been finished in FM3 Moulin Rouge, yet they are almost opposite in what complements that High-Impact pink paint. BS23R0B283660 on the left is a Canadian spec car that has it's bright pink livery offset by a black vinyl top, black Hockey Stick stripes, a black vinyl interior and is an automatic. BS23R0B292542 on the right is a U.S. spec car that has it's bright pink livery complemented by a white vinyl top, a white leather interior and is a 4-speed. To-mat-o, to-mato, po-tat-o, po-tato, either way you just couldn't go wrong with either one of them. Bang it here to see more of both of these pink beauties http://www.pantherpink.com/fm3077.htm