On to new business and a new contestant.
BS23R0B146563 is 1 of only 704 1970 HemiCuda''s ever made. 1 of only 652 made for the U.S. market, and of those 1 of 368 with an automatic. It is finished in EF8 Ivy-Green with V6X black "Hockey Stick" stripes and a H6F8 green vinyl interior. This HemiCuda is nicely equipped with the A32 Super-Performance 4:10 geared Dana Axle Package, A62 Rallye Gauges, B51 Power Disc Brakes, C16 Center Console, C62 Six-Way Driver's Seat and a G33 chrome LH Sport Mirror among other things.
Oddly enough this is the only picture I have for this car. Surely others were posted with the picture of the Fender Tag, but I somehow lost them or failed to capture them? I did however capture the ad for it from the Monterey Sports and Classic Car auction from August 2005 when this car was sold. Does anyone know of, or have some pictures of 146563 that they would like to share??
I don't know for sure, but I think 146563 could be
the same car as shown in this Cars-Online dot com ad from a few years ago. In the auction ad it says that it is a two-owner car with less than 17,000 miles on it and has never
been restored. In the Cars-Online dot com ad it says that the car has been restored
by Roger Gibson. Besides the "unrestored" vs "restored" issue, looks like everything on the tag matches up with this car and they could be the same car, but I have no way of telling for sure.