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Vietnam Vet67

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    Ed Poplawski
  1. Ford Friction Shock question

    Ford shock absorber guide:http://www.fordgarage.com/pages/shockidentification.htm
  2. 1970 Dodge Challenger Deputy 225ci slant six

    The low priced Challenger Deputy (Option Code A93) was a mid-year introduction (March 1970) and continued until the end of 1971 model production. This version of the Challenger was unique in several ways. The car was similar to the base Challenger hardtop with the following exceptions ; The rear quarter windows were fixed in place by leaving out the regulator and bolting the track. The rear window winder was deleted and the hole plugged with a chrome button. The standard engine was the 198 6 cyl. with the 225, 318 and 383 (2v and 4v) optional. The seats were the cheaper standard Plymouth Barracuda seats in black or white only. The steering wheel is coachman grain like the Barracuda. Things like dual horns, cigar lighter and night/day rear mirror were optional.
  3. 1970 Dodge Challenger Deputy 225ci slant six

    Love the engine compartment.............
  4. Refurbish of Merit Lotus XI, 1/24

    Loved the styling of this car............reminds me of the D-Type Jaguar that was around in the 1950's. Nice build.
  5. Apollo display

    Very cool display. Just got done watching a new 3 part series on PBS called Chasing the Moon celebrating the 50th anniversary. Lots of new videos and info.
  6. Formula One Ferrari models made from paper

  7. Kasey Kahne Mtn. Dew Pitch Black Gen6

    What's good or bad about the Pattos decals?????????
  8. 2018 Jimmy Johns K. Harvick Build

    For you baseball fans out there come to my home town of Utica Michigan to see Jimmy John's Field and see some great minor league baseball.
  9. My Michigan Car Haul!

    I get a lot of my NASCAR die casts there...............awesome place. It's about 10 minutes from my house.
  10. IMSA Mustangs

    Interior of Roush IMSA Mustang
  11. Continental Mark II Convertible

    I like your "wise men" quote. Reminds me of the one: It is better to be thought an idiot than to open your mouth and remove all doubt".
  12. The Spam Can

    We used to make Spam Omelots in Vietnam for breakfast................
  13. what everyone favorite mopar car post photos here thanks

    Bought these new in 1970, 1974 and 1978.
  14. Beach Boys Song. Shut Down Dodge Dart

    In theory that is true. But back then they were worried that the fuel wouldn't vaporize completely going through those long runners to the engine. We installed heating tubes from the exhaust manifolds to the bottom of the carburetor mounting area to help atomize the fuel and make sure it didn't cool down too much. I worked on that project in the Performance dynos at the Chrysler Tech Center back then. Check out the picture in the above post by GTX6970 and look under each carb and you will see a pipe going into the intake manifold. Here is another picture showing the heating tubes.
  15. MPC '69 Impala Hardtop restoration

    What do you use for a paint stripper?????? Nice build!