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Mainly into light trucks, but you´ll never know...
Welcome from Long Island
Welcome from Wisconsin
Welcome from the Keystone State.
nice to meet you here
Ups, an automated welcome message, that´s cool...
Thank's for the warm welcome !!
I'm mostly active at the german mopar forum, but also at ramchargercentral, FTO and some others.
No c-body yet, but time will tell...
So let's have a look into the garage.
1975 Dodge Ramcharger SE, AD100, 360, 727, 8 1/4, 3.55:1
Imported in 2005 from Loveland / Tennessee with aproximately 1 Zillion miles on it.
I made over 100k miles with it between 2005 and 2013. Then 4 years of nut and bolt resto...
It's fully loaded with SE Package, PS, PB, factory tach an clock, A/C, speed control, 35 gallons tank, towing package.
It has a dual battery setup and i added a seat heating during restauration.
Engine has been redone with 10.2:1...
Hardtop and softtop.
Unfortunately I don't know a lot about it's history... no build sheet, no hood tag
1973 Dodge D100 Adventurer SE, 360, 727, 8 3/4, 3.23:1, 131" wb
Imported in 2010 from Pennsylvania, exceptional survivor with less than 20k miles on the clock when we bought it.
Also fully loaded with Adventurer SE Package, PS, PB, factory tach and clock, A/C, speed control, tool box.
I'm the third owner. First owner drove it til '79, got sick and died, then the D100 spend almost 25 years in a dry storage until the second owner bought it.
The truck has still it's original production check marks visible everywhere...
We use it as the first owner did. We do micro camping all over europe, visit drag races and events at weekends. Since 2011, we drove about 30k miles.
1973 Dodge Dart Swinger, 318 cui, 904, 7 1/4, 2.76:1
Grocery Getter. Found 2010 in Tennessee. My wifes choice.
Hello and welcome from Christchurch NZ
viel Spaß hier.
Koof Dir auch nen Maximalpigmentiertenfloss
Unbelievable, these german Mopar stalkers are everywhere....