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Pictures of my Daytona

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I renamed the thread title, so its possible for every Daytona owner, to share his pictures.

 

Hi Daytona-Lovers

Last week i made a little trip over the Swiss alps to Italy. That was awesome. Hihgest Point was on 8129ft above sea level. Here are some pictures:

 

 

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Beautiful pics! Thanks for sharing!

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Beautiful car, beautiful place. Great pics, thanks for sharing!

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that is so cool!beautiful car,beautiful back ground of a even more beautiful country.thank you for sharing with us!
 

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Nice Daytona against the backdrop of beautiful scenery! :cool:

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you car looks GREAT !!!

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Awesome!

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I love the pictures of the beautiful Italian countryside.....but can't keep my eyes off your beautiful automobile!  :thumbsup:

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Wow!  That is one beautiful car!

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Nice ride with the top down!  Thanks!

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yep, nice thread. always cool to see a Daytona or a Testarossa, and if the background is beautiful too, then it's awesome

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Well said by everyone else so I agree.

Great ride through the mountains and it does look picturesque!

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there's something that is bugging me though. maybe the color.. :)

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Just looked at these pictures again.   They are fantastic !! 

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Thx Mvice

The kit is from Exotic Coachcraft. Do i need a mustache now?

 

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On 12/2/2016 at 0:57 PM, Pritt said:

Thx Mvice

The kit is from Exotic Coachcraft. Do i need a mustache now?

 

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Looks like you got the promo car quite frankly, just with a few mods done to it.

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Could be, that mine is the promo car. But i don't think so. There are too many different things.

The windshield surrounding on may car is stainless not black. Even the sunvisors are tan not black like the promo car has.

But the big difference are the headlightcovers.

BTW, Daytona owners, please share pictures of your car in this thread.

 

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So cool !

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Beautiful!

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Dude, you are killing me!

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7 hours ago, Pritt said:

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Is that a Challenger next to the Daytona? Nice cars ....what year is the brownish car?

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5 minutes ago, Sonny-Burnett said:

Is that a Challenger next to the Daytona? Nice cars ....what year is the brownish car?

That's a 1970.

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Looks like a 70 but only way to really tell is to see the taillights as the 71 had different ones.

I had a 70 challenger with a 340 4-speed in highschool. It had a "Hurst" short-gate shifter, not the dagger shift and was a unique colour called "Vitamin C Orange" with a white leather interior. It was the only year they made that colour for Chrysler

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