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  1. Hemivision

    Hemivision Member

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    Hey folks..just trailered back from Alabama a rust free 70 Challenger...l had already bought a southern one but it needed a roof skin and quarters like many do..it has good floors rockers and the rest of the body is good....but when l found this rust free car (in a million pieces) that has been off the road since 1973 it took me 3 seconds to contact the guy and get it bought..l imported it to Canada..not sure about the other Challenger however ..parts car?? But that one is complete running and looks as though never been apart...hmm got something to think about..
     
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  2. plymouth67

    plymouth67 Well-Known Member

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    Pictures or it didnt happen...
     
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  3. 74 challenger

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    so are you saying your going to cut up the car? any pics
     
  4. Hemivision

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    No way will l harm this lovely Mopar shell...no rust anywhere although hood and fender were damaged and replaced..the first one l bought might be a parts car but even it is very nice..

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  5. Hemivision

    Hemivision Member

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    This is a picture of the first one l bought that l still own..

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  6. Hemivision

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    It's a good car well optioned...needs quarters and a roofskin...floors are good rockers..well alot good out if oaklahoma ..then up to south South Carolina then brought to Canada..but it isn't completely rust free like the one l just bought..
     
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    R4Sedan Well-Known Member

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    Congrats. Re-store them both you will be twice as happy.:lol:
     
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  8. chappld

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    I say re-store both also
     
  9. rbbruno3

    rbbruno3 Well-Known Member

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    I like the way you think:thumbsup: Twice as happy, maybe. Twice as broke, definitely
     
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  10. Hemivision

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    Probably sell the blue one at some point l figure...
     
  11. 6PKRTSE

    6PKRTSE Well-Known Member

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    Keep them both. Wish I could keep them all.
     
  12. Hemivision

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    I have three completed hot rods besides the two challengers so not practical to keep two of em..68 Satellite..66 Delta 88 two door coupe..( was my dad's ) and a 1971 442 rag...my garage is fuullll...
     
  13. Hemivision

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    My 440 1971 440 bottom end build like a 6 pack ...l will run a 4 barrel though and stripping the body...sweet clean sheetmetal...doesn't need floors nothing. a few small patches...gotta love the south for clean bodies...

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