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Offline twoterpilot

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Re: I Finally started my 70 Challengers Gen III Restomod!!
« Reply #90 on: January 24, 2017 - 08:28:57 pm »
Plumb Crazy Chris,
I like what you have done it looks great. what air box are you using? I have a 5.7 out of an 04 Durango and am looking for something other than a cone filter hanging off of the intake box.

Doug




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Re: I Finally started my 70 Challengers Gen III Restomod!!
« Reply #91 on: January 24, 2017 - 08:57:29 pm »
Thanks Doug,

The black plastic tubing came off a mid 80's diplomat cold air intake, and the cold air box came off a 95 trailblazer.  I had to cut a hole in the inner fender, to let the air in.  There is a water shield that came off the diplomat that works well to block out any direct shots of water that may splash up.  Haven't ever been out in the rain though...   I used plumbing sleave to connect all the pieces.  Looks almost like it came that way.
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70 Challenger 5.7, A518, A/C
70 Challenger 340 convertible (Gone to Sweden)
68 Barracuda (sold it too)
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Re: I Finally started my 70 Challengers Gen III Restomod!!
« Reply #92 on: January 26, 2017 - 02:32:15 pm »
Your challenger looks awesome!!  Good to see you got your problems fixed.


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Re: I Finally started my 70 Challengers Gen III Restomod!!
« Reply #93 on: May 17, 2019 - 03:36:04 pm »
Your challenger looks awesome!!  Good to see you got your problems fixed.


Thanks so much for the nice comments.  It sure has been a lot of work.  Nice to have the A/C cooling it now, works great.
PlumCrazyChris
Mopar Muscle Cars of Austin
Round Rock Tx
70 Challenger 5.7, A518, A/C
70 Challenger 340 convertible (Gone to Sweden)
68 Barracuda (sold it too)
www.mopar.org