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1970 Barracuda 6 or 318
16 (2.2%)
1970 Barracuda 340 to
4 (0.6%)
1970 Barracuda Convertible
8 (1.1%)
1970 Cuda
45 (6.2%)
1970 Cuda 6 Pk original
12 (1.7%)
1970 Cuda Convertible
6 (0.8%)
1970 Cuda AAR
21 (2.9%)
1970 Hemi original
6 (0.8%)
1970 Hemi Convertible original
2 (0.3%)
1970 Gran Cpe
14 (1.9%)
1970 Gran Cpe Convertible
7 (1%)
1971 Barracuda 6 or 318
16 (2.2%)
1971 Barracuda 340 to
10 (1.4%)
1971 Barracuda Convertible
11 (1.5%)
1971 Cuda 340 to
30 (4.1%)
1971 Cuda 6 pk original
6 (0.8%)
1971 Cuda Convertible
5 (0.7%)
1971  Hemi original
2 (0.3%)
1971 Hemi Convetible  original
2 (0.3%)
1971 Gran Cpe
3 (0.4%)
1971 Gran Cpe Convertible
0 (0%)
1972 Barracuda
12 (1.7%)
1972 Cuda
26 (3.6%)
1973 Barracuda
19 (2.6%)
1973 Cuda
31 (4.3%)
1974 Barracuda
17 (2.3%)
1974 Cuda
24 (3.3%)
1970 Challenger 6 to 318
23 (3.2%)
1970 Challenger 340 to
33 (4.5%)
1970 Challenger SE
21 (2.9%)
1970 Challenger R/T
66 (9.1%)
1970 Challenger TA
15 (2.1%)
1970 Challenger 6 pk original
16 (2.2%)
1970 Challenger Convertible
26 (3.6%)
1970 Hemi original
2 (0.3%)
1970 Hemi Convertible original
0 (0%)
1971 Challenger 6 or 318
13 (1.8%)
1971 Challenger 340 to
13 (1.8%)
1971 Challenger SE
1 (0.1%)
1971 Challenger R/T
26 (3.6%)
1971 Challenger Convertible
13 (1.8%)
1971 Hemi original
1 (0.1%)
1971 Hemi Convertible original
0 (0%)
1972 Challenger 6 or 318
12 (1.7%)
1972 Challenger Rallye
23 (3.2%)
1973 Challenger 6 to 318
19 (2.6%)
1973 Challenger Rallye
26 (3.6%)
1974 Challenger
9 (1.2%)
1974 Challenger Rallye
13 (1.8%)

Total Members Voted: 608

Author Topic: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's  (Read 41399 times)

Offline MEK-Dangerfield

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #45 on: December 30, 2011 - 04:47:09 PM »
I wanna be like Challenger6pak when i grow up!!   :2thumbs:

I just want to grow up.    :lol2:

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #46 on: December 30, 2011 - 09:20:48 PM »
Not me.  LOL.  I went to my high school class reunion and most of my classmates have become old fart, fat couch potatoes.  The jocks were fat and the cars guys are still the same.
1969 Sport Satellite H code convertible, 1970 Cuda 440+6, 1970 Challenger R/T 440+6, 1970 Challenger 383 R/T auto, 1970 Challenger R/T 383 4 speed,1971 Challenger convertible.

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #47 on: January 06, 2012 - 06:19:33 AM »
Selected "1970 Challenger 340 to" as it was a 383 non R/T, now it's an 440 R/T-Clone. Don't want to show it as a real 70 R/T.

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #48 on: January 06, 2012 - 06:04:08 PM »
Is it a N code orLcode car?
1969 Sport Satellite H code convertible, 1970 Cuda 440+6, 1970 Challenger R/T 440+6, 1970 Challenger 383 R/T auto, 1970 Challenger R/T 383 4 speed,1971 Challenger convertible.

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #49 on: January 07, 2012 - 03:50:25 PM »
Is it a N code or L code car?


L code... JH23L0E

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #50 on: January 17, 2012 - 12:20:45 AM »
Mine is a BS23N1B 383-4. FC7 car originally.

It is a 440 -> 512 stroker with a six pack now.

My vote was how it was originally made.


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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #51 on: January 17, 2012 - 12:27:31 AM »
Mine is a BS23N1B 383-4. FC7 car originally.

It is a 440 -> 512 stroker with a six pack now.

 :1zhelp:  bs23n1b  :clueless:  383-4 :dunno:   fc7 :popcorn:  now a 440 and still a bs23n1b  :poopoke:
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1970 Gran Coupe Ragtop. 1 of 66
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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #52 on: January 17, 2012 - 02:30:00 AM »
:1zhelp:  bs23n1b  :clueless:  383-4 :dunno:   fc7 :popcorn:  now a 440 and still a bs23n1b  :poopoke:

Yes, it is.   When you change one engine for another engine,  your VIN number will not change.

BS = Barracuda Special or 'Cuda, BH would start your VIN number if you had a standard Barracuda

23 = 2 door coupe

N = 383 four barrel engine

1 = 1971 model year

B= Hamtramck assembly plant

Hope that straightens it out for you.


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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #53 on: January 18, 2012 - 12:47:27 PM »
I based my votes on factory conditions, not cloning
65 Satellite     361 Ruby Red Poly
72 Challenger    360 Top Banana     
73 Challenger    340 Triple Black
87 Dodge Ram     318 Blue
88 Dodge Ram     360 Grey (+)
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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #54 on: January 19, 2012 - 03:52:53 PM »
ok maybe I cheated  :stirpot:
but regardless, I refuse to vote my car as a slant 6... It was originally, but its not now, in fact farthest from it.  I don't claim it to be an original 440, but thats what it has now. I'm somewhat of a redheaded step child :roflsmiley:

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #55 on: January 19, 2012 - 07:57:57 PM »
The results of this poll have become so corrupted.   :pullinghair:
1969 Sport Satellite H code convertible, 1970 Cuda 440+6, 1970 Challenger R/T 440+6, 1970 Challenger 383 R/T auto, 1970 Challenger R/T 383 4 speed,1971 Challenger convertible.

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #56 on: January 19, 2012 - 10:14:49 PM »
The results of this poll have become so corrupted.   :pullinghair:

 :iagree:   

I agree the vote is misleading, but the web site does not have a number count poll.

    If you did not read the first post on the rules of the poll it has failed.   :banghead:

The poll was to get a NUMBER COUNT of the various models of e-bodies the C-C.c MEMBERS OWN..

What is the total members. 4 hundred plus members.

It was not a poll to vote on your choice of model.  How hard is this to understand!

If u own more than 2 e-body's fine. If you swapped motors fine.

If u changed the motor added stripes to make a clone fine it still will be counted as a model year anyway.

Personal taste over Originality.

Some members own more than two e-body's.

  If I allowed 5 chances to enter your total

amount of e-body's u owned anyone with only one model year could add 4 other cars they didn't own.

Hope this is not confusing to some of u. 

Never thought of adding a clone model for each year.   :roflsmiley:

Still would like to know the  C-C member that listed original HEMI CUDA ??????

Your   :2cents: !!!
« Last Edit: January 19, 2012 - 10:21:30 PM by AARuFAST »
1970 AAR Cuda
1970 Gran Coupe Ragtop. 1 of 66
Gran Cpe Convertible 1 yr only.

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" I tried to be normal once...
it was the most boring
2 minutes of my life!!!!"

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #57 on: January 19, 2012 - 11:15:32 PM »
I based my votes on factory conditions, not cloning

That goes for me too. Maybe vote and then reply with the first 7 of the VIN. Mine is JS23N0B 70 Challenger R/T 383 which is what I voted, even though now it is a 440 car.
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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #58 on: January 20, 2012 - 12:00:20 AM »
:iagree:   

I agree the vote is misleading, but the web site does not have a number count poll.

    If you did not read the first post on the rules of the poll it has failed.   :banghead:

The poll was to get a NUMBER COUNT of the various models of e-bodies the C-C.c MEMBERS OWN..

What is the total members. 4 hundred plus members.



It was not a poll to vote on your choice of model.  How hard is this to understand!

If u own more than 2 e-body's fine. If you swapped motors fine.

If u changed the motor added stripes to make a clone fine it still will be counted as a model year anyway.

Personal taste over Originality.

Some members own more than two e-body's.

  If I allowed 5 chances to enter your total

amount of e-body's u owned anyone with only one model year could add 4 other cars they didn't own.

Hope this is not confusing to some of u. 

Never thought of adding a clone model for each year.   :roflsmiley:

Still would like to know the  C-C member that listed original HEMI CUDA ??????

Your   :2cents: !!!
I think you did your best.  I don't know what else to tell you.  An anonomous registry of the first few digits of the VIN, as Footin said,  might work.  You also would just have to trust that someone does not lie.  No matter how many cars they have. 
1969 Sport Satellite H code convertible, 1970 Cuda 440+6, 1970 Challenger R/T 440+6, 1970 Challenger 383 R/T auto, 1970 Challenger R/T 383 4 speed,1971 Challenger convertible.

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #59 on: January 20, 2012 - 12:16:27 AM »

Thnx C 6pac.
Lie, i wouldn't say.  Just poor judgment.

More of an insult that it is a clone to there taste and not to the originality when
it comes to selecting the correct model and year.

We just wanted a count like i said..
1970 AAR Cuda
1970 Gran Coupe Ragtop. 1 of 66
Gran Cpe Convertible 1 yr only.

" I Want to Ride "

" I tried to be normal once...
it was the most boring
2 minutes of my life!!!!"