Cooter
Cooter UberDork
11/21/20 9:46 a.m.

Especially the wagons.

 

 

 

I stumbled across these picking up (wait for it) more oddball MoPar parts for my fleet.

wae
wae UberDork
11/21/20 11:12 a.m.

If it weren't for the billboard and the Jeep in the background you could have totally convinced me that was a picture from '92.  That is a pretty wicked parking lot of cars!

newrider3
newrider3 Reader
11/21/20 2:59 p.m.

That 600 convertible way in the background looks like it might be the same colors as my '87 600SE sedan. These cars are not that great but they're like a stray puppy, every time I see an inexplicably clean K-related Mopar I just want to bring it home and love it.

Vigo (Forum Supporter)
Vigo (Forum Supporter) MegaDork
11/21/20 10:56 p.m.

Wait, this picture ISNT old? Amazing. 

I only owned one K-wagon and sold it. Had a Dodge Magnum,  plan to own another. Have a 1980 T&C Wagon, and then a few months back bought a 73 T&C similar to the blue one in the above photo, but no engine in that one yet. So, to Mopar Wagons i say yes. laugh

Mr_Asa
Mr_Asa SuperDork
11/21/20 11:04 p.m.
Vigo (Forum Supporter) said:

Wait, this picture ISNT old? Amazing. 

 

Cell phone tower was the big one for me.  Those have been around for maybe a decade in that form?

Cooter
Cooter UberDork
11/22/20 8:41 a.m.

I was coming from the other direction, and saw the minivan and the black 'vert first.   They are parked away from the other vehicles, and almost appear to be in a different lot.   Then I noticed the wagons, and realized that they are all part of the same "collection".   

I would really like to know the story behind them.

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