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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 (6.3%)
1970 Cuda 6 Pk original
11 (1.5%)
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
29 (4%)
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
11 (1.5%)
1972 Cuda
26 (3.6%)
1973 Barracuda
19 (2.6%)
1973 Cuda
29 (4%)
1974 Barracuda
16 (2.2%)
1974 Cuda
24 (3.3%)
1970 Challenger 6 to 318
23 (3.2%)
1970 Challenger 340 to
33 (4.6%)
1970 Challenger SE
21 (2.9%)
1970 Challenger R/T
66 (9.2%)
1970 Challenger TA
14 (1.9%)
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
11 (1.5%)
1972 Challenger Rallye
23 (3.2%)
1973 Challenger 6 to 318
19 (2.6%)
1973 Challenger Rallye
26 (3.6%)
1974 Challenger
9 (1.3%)
1974 Challenger Rallye
13 (1.8%)

Total Members Voted: 601

Author Topic: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's  (Read 24588 times)

Offline Aussie Challenger

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #15 on: July 29, 2011 - 09:02:38 am »
I ticked the '70 Challenger 318 as this is what is in it and it came out with. I do intend to upgrade, somebody in the past has already started fitting R/T hood and other options, even a 340 hood badge, I will be fitting a 360 which is the only motor that wasn't available in my model so I will leave the 340 badges on as only a MOPAR person will be able to tell.   :burnout:
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Offline AARuFAST

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #16 on: July 29, 2011 - 03:12:27 pm »
Down Under
all members
if u are driving it or restoring it,  enter it...   :thumbsup:

it is a hard choice    :dunno: to make to enter ur ride in the correct  :nono: Year & Model   :clueless: if it is cloned .  :1zhelp:
 
No one is going to know  >:( who entered their ride in the correct selection.  ::)

All we want is a count of the members rides and the ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challengers.

I could have just had a poll for Cuda and Challenger
This poll we get a close break down of the members rides with their choice of Year & Model  ........

Submit ur ride get it  counted.

Gran Coupe Convertible

 
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AARuFAST
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1970 Gran Coupe Ragtop. 1 of 66
Gran Cpe Convertible 1 yr only.

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Offline purple1

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #17 on: July 29, 2011 - 03:21:21 pm »
One Challenger 318 but it will end up with much more.
One Challenger 383 will stay a 383.
Now how do I enter half a Challenger?  :clueless:

J/K. Nice job on the poll.  :2thumbs:

Dave


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Offline Challenger6pak

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #18 on: July 29, 2011 - 03:55:52 pm »
Down Under
all members
if u are driving it or restoring it,  enter it...   :thumbsup:

it is a hard choice    :dunno: to make to enter ur ride in the correct  :nono: Year & Model   :clueless: if it is cloned .  :1zhelp:
 
No one is going to know  >:( who entered their ride in the correct selection.  ::)

All we want is a count of the members rides and the ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challengers.

I could have just had a poll for Cuda and Challenger
This poll we get a close break down of the members rides with their choice of Year & Model  ........

Submit ur ride get it  counted.

Gran Coupe Convertible

 
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You still only have two choices.  I ask again.  Can you change this?   :horse:
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.

Offline MEK-Dangerfield

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #19 on: July 29, 2011 - 04:10:24 pm »
I chose what my car was from the factory.   :2cents:

Mike

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Offline AARuFAST

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #20 on: July 29, 2011 - 04:15:43 pm »
CHallenger 6pk
NNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.   :dunno:
The website Poll cannot be previewed like u can preview a thread,  :chatting:
Web master locks it once it was posted...........
 :banghead:  I've deleted this thread twice already. :banghead:
If u have 3 or more sori!!!!!!!!  :walkaway:

Purple1  split yur entryl :eek7: Dave,  U going to Marley Saturday night?????

Congratulations MEK.    :cheers:  Hey MEK if it kools off Sat, bring yur Old school to Marley.

I will be there about 6 pm w/Gr Cpe Con
« Last Edit: July 29, 2011 - 04:33:49 pm by AARuFAST »
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!!!!"

Offline brads70

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #21 on: July 29, 2011 - 05:13:02 pm »
I chose what my car was from the factory.   :2cents:

Same here.
Brad
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Barrie,Ontario,Canada
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Offline purple1

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #22 on: July 29, 2011 - 06:10:32 pm »

Purple1  split yur entryl :eek7: Dave,  U going to Marley Saturday night?????


Not this weekend. I got to make a trip to Virgina Saturday evening. Hopefully I can get up there next weekend.

:wave:

Dave


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Offline Challenger6pak

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #23 on: July 29, 2011 - 06:11:42 pm »
CHallenger 6pk
NNNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.   :dunno:
The website Poll cannot be previewed like u can preview a thread,  :chatting:
Web master locks it once it was posted...........
 :banghead:  I've deleted this thread twice already. :banghead:
If u have 3 or more sori!!!!!!!!  :walkaway:

I just was asking.  It was tough to get an answer.
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.

Offline joelson6

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #24 on: August 03, 2011 - 09:15:47 am »
still didn't vote........................................i don't have a '72 rallye. and it's not a /6 or 318 car either  :dunno:

my original idea was just to have

70 barracuda or challenger
71 barracuda or challenger
etc, etc

meaning all barracudas whether it was a barracuda or cuda was all put into the same year, regardless
of the engine size. the details are cool but like some said, what if they changed the engine? this way it
makes no difference. it's just how many 70's, 71's, 72's, 73's and 74's. with that you could include the
'64 through '69 barracudas too.

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #25 on: August 03, 2011 - 11:32:56 pm »
I have the cars in my signature in Fl. and 3 others in IN.  I'm in the same boat Joelson.  I still didn't vote.
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.

Offline RB2929

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #26 on: August 04, 2011 - 08:09:53 am »
Why isnt there a selection for a 1972 Hemi Cuda? :poopoke:

Thanks for setting up the database  :clapping:

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #27 on: August 08, 2011 - 12:18:36 pm »
Mopars always Rock at car shows I go to!
My '72 resto-fied 360 powered Challenger with a rare factory sunroof always gets lots o' looks and comments everywhere I show it!
With an award here and there to back that up!  :bananasmi

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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #28 on: September 08, 2011 - 05:39:41 pm »
wow, still no hemi cars counted...
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Re: Poll Members ratio of Barra-Cuda to Challenger's
« Reply #29 on: September 14, 2011 - 02:28:00 pm »
I clicked convert & R/T cause they both fit.........  :dunno:
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