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Offline DAYTONA

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« Reply #15 on: November 25, 2007 - 07:17:20 pm »
...3 E-Bodys

...Plum T/A, 4 spd....all correct 50K mile car....purchased in 1988...all original except painted in 1983...still looks new

...White T/A, 4 spd...all original 15K mile survivor car....never painted or touched since new...purchased 2006 from long time owner

...Lime RT conv, 383 AT....purchased 2006 from long time local owner, matching numbers and lotsa miles, waiting for a resto

...other old MOPARS, but they aren't E-Bodys....A12 Bee, Superbird, 66 Belvedere conv,
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« Reply #16 on: November 25, 2007 - 07:25:47 pm »
-    :wave:
Hi, I'm Ken, - living in Denmark - 1 wife - 2 dogs - 3 kids, and 4 MoPars..
1971 Challenger R/T 340cui. aut. clone vert. Purchased here on CC.C early 2007..
And a 1968 Plymouth Barracuda on it's way to be street legal..
67 Barracuda notchback - 470 cui. race-car, on it's way to the track..
And a 1957 DeSoto..
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1930 Plymouth Hot Rod wannabe - 1957 DeSoto Fireflite Sportsman - 1967 RaceCuda  -  1968 Barracuda  -  1971 Challenger R/T Conv.


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« Reply #17 on: November 25, 2007 - 07:34:16 pm »
Bought in April 2004 locally in Rockingham, Nc.  Have been working on her for 3 1/2  years.  Had non original 440, auto and is R/T S/E model.  Have done all the work myself in my house garage execpt the painting.  Website is maintained by one of my sons and is  .... http://www.papadaveonline.com/index.html     .  This shows the progress and I also have a thread in the restoration section.   I am closer that I was and am trying not to get in a hurry.  I am posting a  pic when I got her and one  more recent.   But there are changes every couple of days.  I enjoy this forum and appreciate all the help and information I have gotten here.  There are a lot of good folks here and know their stuff...........David

Put tags on her 1st of Feb...08....Been doing some driving since then..... :burnout:

Added the hood blackout ..........7/10

 













« Last Edit: March 10, 2011 - 11:20:24 pm by DAYLEY/CHALLENGER »
Dave or David

Website was expensive.........will do something with Photo Bucket soon........


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« Reply #18 on: November 25, 2007 - 07:35:50 pm »
70 Challenger undergoing restoration. Getting painted original EV2 (hemiorange) with a rebuilt 70 date code 340. what it looked like, the motor and what it looks like now.....
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« Reply #19 on: November 25, 2007 - 08:09:24 pm »
Got my 71 Challenger RT in 1989 and picked up my 70 Cuda in boxes in 2000. Both cars were restored back to close to stock in my garage.
71 Challenger RT Lt. Gunmetal metalic black stripe vinyl top & interior
340 4 barrel, automatic, console, slap stick
engine has J heads with 202 valves with stock exhaust and intake manifolds along with stock thermoquad carburetor
power disc brakes
power steering
light group
performance axle package 3:55 change out to 3:23 suregrip
Air conditioning
Rallye wheels
Hood pins

70 Cuda Tora-Red Black strip and interior
340 pistol grip overdrive 4-speed
Engine has X 202 heads with stock intake and exhaust manifolds along with stock AVS carburetor
Rally dash
power steering
power disc brakes
Rallye wheels
performance axle package 3:55 changed out to 3:23 sure grip
Hood pins
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70 Plymouth Cuda 340 4-speed
71 Dodge Challenger RT 340 automatic
1973 Dodge Challenger 360 automatic EFI
2002 Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide
2003 Dodge Stratus RT coupe
2009 Challenger RT Classic B5 Blue
2014 Ram Express 5.7 Hemi 4X4

Offline 70challrtse

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« Reply #20 on: November 25, 2007 - 08:24:43 pm »
Mine.
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« Reply #21 on: November 25, 2007 - 08:39:44 pm »
I picked up my 1970 Challenger from southern MO in March 2004, after looking for 2 years. I wanted either a Plum Crazy or Panther Pink car, but my wife told me in no uncertain terms that she would not be seen in the same car with me if it was pink car, so to keep peace, I went with FC7.

Originally a 318 SE car, cloned to a 440-6 RT Slapstik convert. Previous owner did most of the work, I finished it up when I got it.

3.55 Sure Grip

Original California car, all original sheet metal.

Original FC7 Plum Crazy paint with white bumblebee stripe
Rebuilt the engine - a '67 block, align bored, balanced and blueprinted; decked the block and heads; stuffed it with forged pistons, steel crank, hotter than stock cam - she purrs when idling, and screams when I let all the ponies loose :grinyes:

New dash, new carpet, rebuilt gauges

Couple of minor things to do yet, but by and large, I am very happy with how the car looks and how it drives. Judging from the thumbs up when I drive it, so do a lot of other people!
« Last Edit: October 26, 2008 - 11:53:27 pm by 4Cruizn »
1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440-6 convertible
1966 Ford Mustang convertible  - numbers matching (wife's car )

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« Reply #22 on: November 25, 2007 - 08:43:15 pm »
1972 Dodge Challenger

Painted EV2  BC/CC
T/A Hood, Rear and Front Spoiler along with modified Side Stripe and Fender callouts.
422 Stroker SB Doug's Headers Summit 2.5" Exhaust
727 Auto and 3.23's
Best 1/4 to date at 12.77 going 108+
17" Foose Nitrous II rims
Custom Carbon Fiber inserts and Shifter Handle from Gunslinger
Custom made Speaker Box in Trunk Sony Head unit with IPOD interface hidden in Ash tray
Subframe connectors
All assembly work done by me!  Only thing I didn't touch was the exterior paint and body/exhaust.
Motor by MOPER on the board




When I bought it it was Red, White and Blue and in need of some work....

Been working on it off and on for 2.5 years.

Tom


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« Last Edit: January 30, 2011 - 11:43:22 am by 72challorange »
Tom
12.77 @ 108.87 15" Street Drag radial tires 3.23 gear

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« Reply #23 on: November 25, 2007 - 08:53:44 pm »
Here's "the story."  I wuz 4 yrs. old (1974) My dad took me to a sport show/car show in Milwaukee.I got lost.Came up to all these people gathered around something.I was scared,pushing through all the people I found myself on stage with a purple 71 HEMI 'cuda. My fear turned to awe.My dad grabbed me off the stage.I knew I would have one. Later on I fell for the AAR. I got hotweels and toys.I'm a nut case. In highscool everybody had cars...Chevy...Fords... Just wasn't me. I had a 72' Dodge Demon and a 67' Coronett 440. Now I'm building my dream 'cuda.


1973 Plymouth 'cuda 340. Date/factory correct block.Car was metallic brown with white side stripe black gut.Auto now replaced with Keisler 5 speed.375 h.p,3:91's,frame connectors,XV rad. support,alterKation front end,TTI headers,Baer brakes X4,17" VWW V48 wheels.Rallye guages,White faces,red lights,racing buckets.  AAR tribute  guess  :worshippy
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'73 340 5 speed,RMS,BAER,... "Supercuda" (O[   ]||||[   ]O)  
'69 Dodge Charger 383,Auto                  (OiiiiiiiiiiIiiiiiiiiiiO)
13' Challenger R/T BlacktoP  6spd. (OO________OO)
71' Demon
75' Duster
87' Conquest TSI
56' Plaza
Boulder CO
Robert    "cuda bob"

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« Reply #24 on: November 25, 2007 - 08:56:50 pm »
I bought this car on E-bay in July of 2005. It came from Fargo North Dakota.
I am in the process of buying parts to finish now and plan to put her in the paint shop before spring. I will be replacing the fenders, hood, rear decklid and both valances before paint. I also will be adding a 2800 stall converter and a set of Mopar Rally wheels 15X7
Rebuilt 440 ci engine (1976 block)
 Holley 750,   Aluminum radiator, electric fan, headers, cam (.236 duration at .050),  Flowmaster 40 series mufflers.

Rebuilt 727 automatic transmission -
3:55 gears open soon to be suregrip. I have bought the diff but am waiting for my new Espo springs

Body

Full Quarter Panel and wheel house replaced on the passenger side. Lower Quarter Patch panel replaced on the driver side Front driver floor pan replaced, passenger just needed a small patch. Rear floors were solid.
Front suspension was rebuilt and rebushed. 
New gas tank and sender installed.
Fiberglass fenders on the front that need some finishwork. To be relaced with steel.
The engine bay was sandblasted and painted rally red with an acrylic urethane, same with the door jambs.
The underside of the car has been sandblasted and painted with a red enamel.

Interior

New headliner, carpet and dashcap installed. The front seats are very torn up and the rear seat has a spot where the seem has torn about 2 inches. Will be redoing the seats and carpet soon. carpet has faded badly

Sunpro tach with shift lite.

Car has a Sony CD player and an amp and subwoofers

Weld Draglites with new BF Goodrich Radial TA's  235/60/15 on front and 275/50/15 on back. New front brakes and lines. New master cylinder.


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1973 Challenger (OO/=====\OO)  440 
Hemis and Harleys
2008 Dodge Ram Big Horn Edition  5.7 Hemi

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« Reply #25 on: November 25, 2007 - 08:58:26 pm »
1971 Dodge Challenger

Engine:
(Originally a 318 car)
360 + 0.030 over
10:1 Compression
RPM Heads and Intake
Comp Cam XE268H
600cfm Edelbrock
Hedman Hedders

Tranny:
904 - Stock rebuild
Original 318 converter
(stalls about 2000RPM)

Rear:
8 3/4
3.23
(currently open)

Other:
Disc brakes off a 76 Dart
Manual steering gear off of a 70 Dart
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1971 Dodge Challenger:  360/904/3.23
   
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« Reply #26 on: November 25, 2007 - 09:25:04 pm »
500 stroker
727 automatic 3800stall
4.10 gear
low 11 sec. street car



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« Reply #27 on: November 25, 2007 - 10:17:30 pm »
The barracuda and the challenger, both projects.
« Last Edit: October 26, 2008 - 11:55:00 pm by 4Cruizn »
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1970 Barracuda driver

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« Reply #28 on: November 25, 2007 - 10:34:15 pm »
MISS NIKKI
True numbers correct 70 R/T (cowl /door/firewall/trans/rad/ect)with one exception.
2001 MP 426 HEMI   I perfer to think of her as a "one off" I hate the "clone" word.
750 Holley DP
8 3/4 Sure Grip
727 Trans
2 repaint - (1) repaint (outer only)                                                                                                            Power Steering/Manual Brakes
Converted to SSBC front discs (slotted) Summer 07
New top and interior before I bought her. Legendary seat covers/top/top boot
YADAYADAYADA she is what she is and happy to be part of this site!  :2thumbs:
More updates next year!!!!
BIG
(for those that dont know - Chris)

UPDATE for 08
New trunk floor
new floor braces
new gas tank
sender (3/8 line for HEMI)
new fuel lines ans seperator (HEMI)
seals body plugs (trunk related)
anti rattle clips for the top
washer nozzle kit
New gaskets front on motor /  Crank seal ect

UPDATE 09
rear seatbelts restored
pistol grip for shifter
new chrome shoter plate
« Last Edit: January 24, 2009 - 01:03:23 pm by BIGSHCLUNK »
70 Chally R/T Convertible- Yes she's really got a HEMI, no she's not a Charger!
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« Reply #29 on: November 25, 2007 - 10:41:52 pm »
  I bought my car in July 1977. It is a # matching 340/AT/3.55 suregrip.  The engine has been bored .030,10.5:1,292 purple shaft cam, Holley 770 street avenger with Elderbrock RPM Airgap manifold.  TTI X-pipe exhaust. Trany has full manual transgo shift kit with 3000 stall converter.  This car is a two tag car with  A/C,PS,PDB,6-way seat,rear window defrost,front & rear spoiler pkg,road lamps,rear window louvers, with the full ralleye pkg. Nicely optioned car.  I parked it in the garage in 1985 with a broke transmission and it sat for 21 years.  One day on the computer I stumbled upon C-C.com and this re-ignited my interest to get it fired back up. Got it started in late fall 06 and spent this last summer (07) going to all the cruises and shows I could. This winter I plan to start striping it down in preparation for a paint job this spring(I hope). Staying with orig. FC7 color but will probably add a billboard stripe.
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