Bob Browns Daytona?

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Great picture Andy, :salute: thanks for putting them up. :thumbright:
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Went to look at the super bee,early 90s,was for sale for about 3k,was solid but had loads of trim and interior missing,383 powered.
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Just for you, Del Boy ;) ;) ;)





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spoke to Bob at last years Nats and he told me he paid £50 and an old boat he had for the Tona....whats it worth today?
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Knowing what him & his brother Geoff were like back then, the boat probably wasnt worth much more than £50 either :shock:
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yeah he did say it was a pile of poo.....didn't know why the guy wanted it...
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I knew I had a picture of the boat he swapped for the Daytona ;) ;) ;)







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A few years on...
Anyway, the Superbee was owned & raced by Mick Chealy (sp?) up to about '79, then in the early to mid 80's by Chris Bond who added a 6 Pack & Nitrous to the 383, best I remember him running was a 12.0xx, never getting an 11.
Chris was from the Worcester area & drove it everywhere, even to Sweden one year, visiting the Mopar guys in the small towns around the country.
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Anyone seen anything of the Daytona since it went back over the pond last year ...? I had a quick google a while back and I found some threads of people discussing it when it first came up for sale and as far as I know from the owner-after-Bob it DID go back home.
Nothing since though - I'd just be really interested to see how it looks now assuming someones going full restoration (it went with matching numbers engine etc). So if anyone comes by anything, post it up...
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I have a copy of the original advert for the car in Burgh Heath ,then sold to Don Simmons who owned a breakers in crawley with his brother Dale both nuts , Bob worked there some times . Dale crashed more nice yanks than your'll know 69 SS camaro , gt 500 stang etc went in a car once NEVER again . Oh the cars in Washington state with several other wing cars
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"Dale crashed more nice yanks" - oh to have a crystal ball eh moopar ? You think what some of this old iron used to change hands for compared to now.
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