b'didnt.Obviously,hegottheHemi, which was paramount, but he opted for theconsole-shiftedTorqueFlite,instead of a four-speed, and went with the basic 3.23 Sure Grip 8-3/4 rear axle, because the Dana was a very expensive option in 68.He liked the new QQ1 blue paint and, since he wanted to stay cooler, he wantedwhitebuckets,whichmeanthe got a tutone white-and-blue interior auto-and,admittedlyhavingalwaysbeenawentdowntoNapaValleyDodgeinmatically.Heoptedforpowerdisc Chevy guy, he still didnt realize exactlyApril 1968, sat down with a friend of thebrakesbecausehewantedthethingto how rare this car was.family who worked there, and he filledstop, but no power steering, as that would The personal history on the R/Touttheorderformthatcreatedthisrob away a bit of horsepower.He also is downright amazing, and since he got itCoronet R/T.Theyd tried to sway himdidntcareforthewhitebumblebee directly from Norm, David also got alltowards the new Charger, but since thestripes that ordinarily came on the back, the paperwork and a bunch of old photosCoronet was 200 pounds lighter, and heso they deleted the stripes, and he got the of the car, along with countless stories ofliked the simpler looks of it, he knew itlow-buck passengers side rearview mir-theCoronetsglorydays.Thewholewouldgofaster,andhethoughttheror that so many people didnt get at that thing began in 1968, when twenty-five- Chargerwasjustalittletooflashy.time.He also ordered it with plain steel year-old Norm Spencer graduated fromWantingthistobeaSaturdaynightwheels and dog dish hubcaps, knowing college.Hed been saving his money forbrawlerthathecouldalsodriveforhe was going to put mags on it as soon as a new car, and hed paid special attentioneveryday, the young man walked a fineit arrived.The order went out in April, tothenewerDodgeHemicars,sohelineinwhatheorderedandwhathethings circled around to the Lynch Road 82MOPAR COLLECTORS GUIDE'