The owner of the 70 Swinger 340 above is Richard Middleton of London, Ontario. The car is white with black interior and bumble bee stripe. Options include bucket seats with console and automatic transmission. Deviations from stock include conversion to large bolt pattern wheels and electronic ignition.
The three 1970 Swinger 340s above are from Denver, Colorado. The one in the middle, painted banana yellow (FY1) with the performance hood paint treatment and black interior, is a 14,000 mile unrestored original that is still owned by the original owner! The two outer green cars, the light green poly (FF4) with black interior to the left and the dark green poly (EF8) with green interior to the right, have been restored. All cars are equipped with an automatic transmission.
The 1970 Swinger 340 above belongs to John Bicket of Littleton,Colorado. It is Dark Burnt Orange Poly (FK5) with black interior and white vinyl top and bumble bee stripe. Options include the performance hood paint treatment, an automatic transmission with bucket seats and console, power steering and power brakes. John is the third owner and the car has 98,000 miles.
The "Go Mango" (EK2) 1970 Swinger 340 above, with black interior, vinyl top and bumble bee stripe, belongs to Lee Greene of Texas. The car was in rough shape when he bought it from its second owner in 1989. With some hard work, Lee and his son Hank have restored the Swinger to its present condition. Options include vinyl roof, body colored remote sport mirrors, hood pins, go-wing, rallye wheels, A/C and an automatic transmission. Deviations from stock include a Hemi grind camshaft, "tuff" steering wheel and inner door panels with wood grain inserts.