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hi made a rotisserie for the car unbolt the rear and front ends and sent it to my friend for paint
he painted the bottom of the car and engine bay when I stopped him and told him to send it back cuz im going to install the shwartz performance chassis frame and then I will send the car again to him for full paint
forgot to say that he did brace the fenders and made mini tub at rear for fat tires
looks great so far
Nice work, are there many Mopars in Qatar?
very few sir but we used to have a very descent mopars hemicudas in the 70s I know one b5 blue went for 50k Qatari ryals in 1984 that's 13600 dollars original hemi cuda 9000 kilometrs only that's 5600 miles only oh my god I use to go every day to the guy sold it just to start it and smell the interior but I was young and cant afford it .it went to Kuwait and still there here is a 340 cuda yellow the driver is the owner HRH sheikh Hamad the former ruler of Qatar picture was taken late 1970 or early 1971 seen here taking a spin it have been restored by the same guy is painting my car I will try to get some pictures for the cuda after restoration
cuda is back from the paint shop after a very long time I miss her. seen here partially painted for a reason im going to cut some metal front rails inner fenders and maybe more to install the body on the new chassis I know guys it is heart breaking for an original barracuda but you have to scarifies things sometimes for other things you like will post more photos in progress
Was your car imported originally?
Is there an import marking on the fender tag?
If it was imported in the far past, did they leave the fender tag?
Did they change the vin tag? Or leave it.
What is the fender tag readout?
Your post inspired me to post a photo of a '70 Panther Pink T/A that I ran into in Kuwait recently. Glad to see that there are Mopar fans in the Middle East!
I imported this barracuda from USA in 2011 from 80 years old man he told me he bought this car brand new so it is a one car owner I guess will post picture of fender tag soon
back in my little cage so happy to see her again here been a long time since she went for paint but now she is ready for heart transplant
oh there are lots of people like your nick name here. mopar or no car mopar have its history here in the desert spatially when they were discovering the oil in mid 20s I will try to post some pictures from the old days for power wagons they were named right they were power trucks
Car is looking real nice. That is also a really nice looking and very clean "little cage" you have. I would call it a big shop.
thank you mr lee I just made renovation to the shop and its quite missy but I am getting there
I think the painter lost the fender tag somewhere but I got some pictures of the cowl and radiator support area plus I got this from the car papers long time ago check them out and advice me any body here with the options please
Row 1: M21 R11 V02 V5W Y05 EN1
Row 2: EW1 A93 C16 C55 G36 H51.
Row 3: EB5 L6XW 000 610 127083.
Row 4: E24 D31 BH23 C0B 371896. Thanks!