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58 minutes ago, GaryR said:

...Did you guys not see the "1968" right on the photo?
 

Yup. And the photo has that washed out old color print film look. And I thought I'd seen it before, but didn't recall the story...which makes perfect sense now.

Thanks for setting everybody straight.  :D

Edited by Ace-Garageguy

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On 9/14/2019 at 4:17 PM, Scott8950 said:

1970-dodge-challenger-three-quarter.jpg

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1970-dodge-challenger-ls3-engine.jpg

That's a disgrace to that Challenger

 

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10 hours ago, Sledsel said:

That's a disgrace to that Challenger

 

yep i totally agree

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Posted (edited)

Then you have this:

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Edited by djflyer

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1 hour ago, djflyer said:

Then you have this:

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Now why would you do that? It’s like trading a Stradivarius for a Stratocaster...

best,

M.

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On 9/14/2019 at 5:11 AM, Greg Myers said:

Years ago a member of our model club (Moon Light Modelers, Phoenix AZ ) continually talked about the HEMI he was going to put in his '71 Challenger. This was way before the new generation. 

One meeting he showed up with his car running the HEMI he spoke of for so many months.

Jaws dropped when he opened the Hood and eyes saw the big ol 392 iron block HEMI nestled in the engine bay. 

Needless to say we were speechless. 

There is a lowrider Duster in Sweden that has a 392 hemi..... 🤣 I always thought that it was an odd choice of powerplant.....

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