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Racer Dave

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Welcome Dave, from another Dave. Fine looking Challenger you have there!
 

captainmopar1

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I hope you squirreled one away....
I have not. I move through cars fairly quickly. I did have a 71 convertible for 20 years. It was a rare Challenger, 1 of 41 made. 383, 4bbl, 4 speed, numbers matching, red with white top and interior. I do wish I still owned it. I sold it about 5 years ago
 

1972 AAR Cuda

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Thank you kindly. You have a sweet ride too. Mine is just a lowly 340. I've always wanted a big block car but I just build smallblocks that think they are big blocks...🙃
The 340 is a sweet motor - the smallblock may be at a disadvantage from the factory, but like you said it can be built to think its a big block. Its really how you build it and how package it (what weight you have to push with it).
 

mrmopar340

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The 340 is a sweet motor - the smallblock may be at a disadvantage from the factory, but like you said it can be built to think its a big block. Its really how you build it and how package it (what weight you have to push with it).
She's 436 and 444 on the ground at 5500. My big block buddies hate me...
 
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