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  • Old Hippie
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    man, this one's gorgeous
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  • Shorty Thompson
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    No,,,,,,,,idea which color combo I like more. But that pink is kinda sexy. sayin for a friend.

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  • zij576ca
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    Originally posted by Cranky View Post
    IIRC, only the A12 road runner had a lift off hood.....
    The A12 Super Bee had one also. They were the only 2 production cars to be so equipped, AFAIK. From https://blog.dodge.com/heritage/six-...ss/index.html:

    "The 1969 1/2 Super Bee and its cousin, the Plymouth Road Runner, equipped with the 440 Six Pack (“Six Barrel” for the Road Runner) engine option were the first production cars to feature an all-fiberglass, lift-off hood. ..."

    As for a recall of the AAR's fiberglass hood, don't know. I do know that a member of our club who has an original AAR says that the hood on his Cuda is, indeed, warped.

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    I had a Rallye Red AAR exactly like this

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