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The car is looking great! Will it be getting the woodgrain? Did you find a way of replicating it?
Your pictures are just so damn cool!
Oh, and I stared at my C bodies in the garage since they're put away for winter...
In decades of ownership and playing around with Formals, I've never seen a pre 79 Canadian spec car with a catalytic converter. To my knowledge,...
They refer to both...it's easy to miss. Didn't help that I fat-fingered 9.75 vice 9.25 like I should have (I've repaired my original post...the...
Dana 53 was a 9.25 inch rear with the 440...you can see it mentioned in the axle text below:
Yes, these were D bodies.
You are correct. I was referring to the 2 dr and civilian available options (Charger, Cordoba, Fury Sport etc) to which this applies.
A 440 is not original...the RB was no longer available in the B body after 74:
Stupid, yes, but I'm not gonna let it upset me.
Some trivia: Of the C body slab convertibles, the Imperial boot is different and unique (Of course! Sometimes I wonder why I love Imperials so...
There must be...but sorry I haven't even seen a slab wagon around here, much yet played around with one in years, so I can't help beyond that.
1) intermittent wipers became optional for Mopar in 78.
2) This item is good for F,M,J,C,R,B bodies...essentially ANY...
Rare car...haven't seen an R body in ages. R bodies were my daily drivers throughout the 80s and early 90s...then transitioned to M bodies.
Okay so there were 3...but, like I said, I've never seen your car in the "flesh" before.
There was a Lemon twist 71 NY 4 dr around the base early...
Need more info...is it Autotemp? What setting was it on? Vent? Defrost?
What was the outside temperature differential?
Once I panicked because...
You have Budd Brakes. Pads (D10) are available NOS every once in a while, but, odds are you will need to send your cores in to be re-bonded with...
I've only seen 1 other and it was a 4 dr. I wanted that car soooo bad.
Is this a 71 NY with the 440 TNT? Am I seeing what I think I'm seeing?
Damn rare car. Way more rare than a 300 Hurst, I bet.
Well done, boys!
Yes, On the 66 the valve stem peeks through the finned casing. On the 67-69 it's moved outward to the stamped outer ring.