One of my biggest mistakes was not buying a 1968 Charger in the same color green, when I was 15. It was a one owner car with 318 V8 and asking price was $500. There was a little rot on the lower rear quarters, the front bucket seats had split along the seams and it needed valve seals, everything else looked good. Dumbass 15 year old me bought a 1975 International pickup off my uncle instead.
That thing is glorious! I really love the deep wheels. I know they aren't possible because of the hub placement in the wheel well, but the deep wheels really take the modern car and make it look old school.
@baconsandwich All of the American cars from that area were lucky to survive past 75k miles. The build quality and mechanics were not good. By the way, my family's first new car was an 1986 Chevy Cavalier. I remember driving it in high school and college. It was a death trap.