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Taking the plunge to convert my '733 Challenger with 340 and 727 to a Gen III 5.7L Hemi and 8HP70 transmission
70 Convt owned for 53 years. Seeking info to convert to PS & PB's since not easy to drive this gal
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'71 Dodge Challenger R/T tribute.
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70 340 4-speed combo, going to Pro Charged 413/ 727 combo. Drives nice and loves our Aussie roads!
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My toys, not everyone of them is a Mopar
A fine specimen of a fully restored 66 Charger 4 Speed Dana Rear end built by Sutton Engineering! 354 Gears 362 Bendix Front Disk Brake Car. New Door panels. All new Glass with. Correct etch mopar Logos.etc..
Always thought the Mirada had some good lines to her. Figured she would be my Cuda substitute since I figured I would never afford an E body. Still think these will come on to their own someday kind of "last of the V8's" with Chrysler moving on to the K c
No really, I bought it out a junkyard. May not have been one of my better decisions

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post office tried to deliver to you today--it is probably at post office or they may try to deliver it again tomorrow
I'm thinking of selling my 1970 440 six pack project car and need assistance on how set a price.
Most of the body work has been done.
"True 440 six pack car" with a 1972 440 six pack with a healthier cam and bored 30 over.
Brake system done. new fuel tank and fuel pump. new master cylinder, new starter, new water pump, new alternator just to name a few. What's the next step in determining a
price.
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I am new, and basically unfamiliar with social media, even though I consider myself computer-savvy! Let's see if this works, and where it goes? I am not on any social media platforms.
toolmanmike
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This is a profile post. Very few members read these. I'm not for sure the reason they exist actually. New members should introduce themselves in the Welcome Wagon forum. Click on Welcome Wagon and "post thread". (yellow box on the upper right)
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