End Of The Line For This 1966 Dodge Monaco

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The junkyard is fun (and our wannabe 24 Hours of LeMons car hungers for parts), so I'm going to follow up the Junked Opel GT with the latest interesting find at an East Bay self-service wrecking yard: this 1966 Dodge Monaco. It's got a big-block (feel free to decode the build tag and tell us whether it's a 361 or 383, Mopar lovers) and still showing a sense of style even as it awaits its final ride. Make the jump to see even more photos.


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Rob Emslie

It's funny that the Monaco has always been so big it likely would be unable to traverse the streets of its namesake.

I can't tell from the pictures, does it have a fixed b-pillar?