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Are there any 340 TA blocks?
The collection is no longer up for sale individually, only as a complete buy of everything.
Thanks for that I appreciated your response is there a way I can contact you other than the forum as it would be good to talk to you direct if possible
Is that your Power Wagon?? BEAUTIFUL!!! I love those things.
Yes. It’s a 1948...
And my latest project is a 1942 Carryall.
1970 Challenger R/T 383/727, 2009 Challenger R/T Classic 354/T-56
can anyone tell me the actuall size of body stripe i want to paint it on instead of decal 70 challenger
Finally warm enough for body and paint. Planning to wrap up the primer and paint in the engine compartment this weekend
Ok, will call you
I am interested in the 72 challenger. I would like to discuss the car.
Please give me a call on my cell at 5705971188
Hi- Am looking for 71 Challenger rear finish panel.
Really just need reflector in center of panel.
Or complete rear panel with good reflectors. Also 71 Challenger grill.
Hi- Am looking for reflector 71 Challenger rear taillight panel.
It would be the reflector near center. Or rear finish panel with good reflectors.
Don't know of any reproductions.
Thanks for any help.
Takes a Mopar to catch a Mopar
Do you track cuda prices? Thanks.
Don't sweat the petty things.
Thanks for the reply. You're right, it's not quite what I was looking for, but "kudos" to you for having the insight to buy it in '79 for way less than what you could get for it today!
ooking to enhance my driving experience by installing fuel injection. It takes a while to start the car by pumping the pedal. Any suggestions?
At work workin on old cars. Cool
I read your reply to the fellow member who was considering buying a B5 AAR 'Cuda.
You mentioned that you had a green AAR "parts car" that you were constantly turning down offers of 35K for.
I wanted to ask, what price would you consider selling it for?
I've been looking for a #s matching, lime-lite, 4-speed AAR for some time and figured it wouldn't hurt to ask you about your car.
Thanks for your time.
Well this car does not quite fit your specs. Its a Lime green poly not lime-light. I think it is F3. Its and auto on the floor as well. It does have matching numbers, tag and a broadcast sheet. It is funny that I bought it as a parts car back in 79 and kept it inside all these years. I never needed any parts for my other AAR, thank goodness.
Quick one for ya if you don't mind. been so long since I have done this an I am traveling so I can not look personally for a bit but I need/should change my gear lube. Question is what's the best way and is there a fill plug on top.
Wrapping up the 392 install in my '73 Cuda.
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