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    Here's my V-code, 4-speed H5 Blue Superbird
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    That's awesome!

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    • #3
      My '74 Charger SE with 40,100 orig. miles on her.
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        Nice, those years aren't seen enough.

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      Here's mine. Restomod completed in 2016 ...

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      Paul, aka 'zij576ca'
      Member & webmaster,Mopar Club San Diego
      http://www.moparclubsandiego.org

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      • R-body NewPort
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        Nicely done, looks like a day 2 car.

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      This is my ongoing project '73

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      • R-body NewPort
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        Nice, sleek, smooth intimidator.

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      Click image for larger version  Name:	IMG_3585.jpg Views:	0 Size:	117.3 KB ID:	448 Had a T7 bronze A-12 Runner for 14 years and have had this bee since '06. Sheetmetal is almost perfect but was taken apart and painted in around '94 and never completed. Most of it is in totes and coffee cans. Not sure I want to strip it and make it perfect so I'll probably finish putting it back together with a 600hp/650tq 440=>505 stroker motor I had built in 2009 for the old bird. Carbs are almost done, then the whole engine will go out for freshening up. IMG_3585.jpg
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      • #7
        Here is mine, a '72 Cuda that I purchased in 1990 and restored in 1990-1991. This is the original color (Basin Street Blue) and it originally came with the V21 blacked out hood treatment. It currently has around 46K miles on it. The 340 engine and transmission are numbers matching, and it currently has a 3.55 gear (it had a 4.30 when I bought it, as the previous owner raced it).
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ID:	739 Real R/T...1967....Currently with 472 hemi,modified 727,354 Dan, Caltrac suspension,mono spring. 3 inch exhaust with TTI 2 1/4 headers
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          • #9
            My T/A Challenger and my Hemicuda

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              My grocery getter. Click image for larger version

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              Mike

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