1961 Polara Convertible (In Germany)
alwndup
Posted 2020-06-16 6:31 PM (#599764)
Subject: 1961 Polara Convertible (In Germany)


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Not mine.

https://gasolinekitchen.com/for-sale---1961-dodge-polara-convertible...



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frwl
Posted 2020-06-17 8:45 AM (#599773 - in reply to #599764)
Subject: RE: 1961 Polara Convertible (In Germany)


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Looks like as Canadian-built car...





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frwl
Posted 2020-06-17 8:50 AM (#599774 - in reply to #599764)
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Can not zoom this picture in the attached gallery...
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KcImperial
Posted 2020-06-17 9:44 AM (#599775 - in reply to #599774)
Subject: RE: 1961 Polara Convertible (In Germany)



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frwl - 2020-06-17 7:50 AM

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Can not zoom this picture in the attached gallery...

Here's a bigger version of that image https://gasolinekitchen.com/images/0y1a6182.jpg?crc=4222679918
Don't know if that helps you or not?
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frwl
Posted 2020-06-17 10:11 AM (#599777 - in reply to #599764)
Subject: RE: 1961 Polara Convertible (In Germany)


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Thank you Don, but I meant this picture from gallery:
So VIN starts from 5413 – it is Jefferson Plant, not Canadian Windsor
Seller says that is the one of 512 built, and of these one of two imported to Switzerland
Originally painted in white...




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Powerflite
Posted 2020-06-17 10:41 AM (#599779 - in reply to #599764)
Subject: RE: 1961 Polara Convertible (In Germany)



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Pretty rare car that's hard to find. The blue & red color combo isn't great, and reveals an obvious color change. I wonder why they didn't choose black, red, or silver instead. But it looks really nice despite that....except in the engine bay. The engine bay needs to be repainted.



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alwndup
Posted 2020-06-17 2:23 PM (#599784 - in reply to #599764)
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I usually prefer cars in their original color, but in this case, I really like the two tone blue with red interior. I wouldn't change it.
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matador440
Posted 2020-06-18 5:06 PM (#599831 - in reply to #599764)
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I have a 60 dodge convertible with the same vin plate Its a german thing
By the way thats----- $73,046.24 dollars
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ToMopar
Posted 2020-06-19 3:18 AM (#599841 - in reply to #599773)
Subject: RE: 1961 Polara Convertible (In Germany)



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frwl - 2020-06-17 1:45 PM

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Looks like as Canadian-built car...



This car is for sale in switzerland, and was probably sold that time by AMAG Switzerland.
The "Schinznach" Tag tells this....

https://www.allpar.com/world/switzerland.html



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