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Very nice. Love those wheels. Hope it works out!
Nice car and not a bad price. I agree about the A/C though, is there a cooler with a block of ice and a 12V fan in there somewhere?
Great find! Look forward to seeing the progress. Is it intact?
I was going say the master but that's been covered. I replaced all my wheel cylinders eventually, combination of NAPA and summit, can't say where...
They'll find a good home I'm sure!
A great design, I always liked the free standing headlights and with the fins gone looked even better.
You never know until you ask, good luck!
Yes, I know. The question was has anyone on the site done it with a C body? Just curious what's involved.
Has anyone ever tried the 518 in a C body? I always assumed they wouldn't fit in the tunnel.
He answers that in the text, maybe not a logical reason but it's there.
1973 Chrysler Imperial | eBay
An interesting conversion.
Looks nice! A/C, CC and the HP 383. Price may be on the high side but not in the crazy zone.
I see it now under the slab side forum. I did a quick look in the for sale forum and it didn't come up.
Agree. Always liked the unique 67 300 Rear end.
I know, must have had a wreck at one time and that's what parts were available.
Welcome from Syracuse! (In Florida for now).
1968 Chrysler 300 Series | eBay
Not factory I don't think but a well done conversion. Looks like what Chrysler would have done if they did.
Interesting car, plain Jane but with A/C.
Are those A body manifolds? The one looks like the upsweep to clear steering gear. Anyway, I think you can get where you want with the 318 but you...