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ap6 v8 318
1965 ap6 318 600 holley 340 torker man exstractors 2.5" exuast mild cam s/rail b/warner 4speed open3.23 diff e/t 14.788@97.08mph maybe -14.5 with 650d/p 3.5 lsd ? paid 3.2k for car as unfinnished project unlicensed stored for 10 years now owes me ubout 5k

Originally posted by 'steve hotchkin' on 2003-07-12.

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VG Hardtop
This is my VG Hardtop that I've owned for 10 years. It runs a mild 265 with a long ram pacer replica manifold, 465 4 barrell, BW35 and 3.55 BW diff. The motor must be haunted because its best ET is 13.79 at Willowbank which is quite surprising considering how much work hasn't been done to it. Body wise, it has been debadged, resprayed in the original beige and had a new vinyl roof added. The stripes are Dart and the Hubcaps are 68 Dodge Charger. I made the grill at home out of two VG grills to give it more of a U.S. look, and just for something different....

Originally posted by 'Simon' on 2003-07-18.

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cm regal
1978 valiant cm regal stock 265 3 spd b/w converted to electronic ignition

Originally posted by 'Darren Tonkin' on 2003-07-24.

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CL 360 REGAL SEDAN
this is my soon to be sold ride she looks pretty sweet and goes even better originally a 318 now she sports a mild 360!!

Originally posted by 'Kevin Kluske' on 2003-07-30.

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CL Panelvan
1977 CL Valiant Panel Van ,340 powered, 727 trans, 3.23-1 LSD ,
photo 2 is during the supercruise at summernats ,
photo 3 is at Eastern Creek dragway, best et is 14.3 sec.

Originally posted by 'Ray ( Snr )' on 2002-05-28.

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VK 770 318
VK charger 770 318 with 4 spd manual. just picked her up. will update photos as she progresses. as you can see, one side is perfect, and the other not. All parts tracked. Ready to roll.

Originally posted by 'Naze' on 2003-08-06.

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My Charger No. 7
72 VH Charger. Vitamin C Orange, new paint, fair interior, almost finished, but it is REGISTERED! My first charger registered! This is No. 7, I am not possessed with Chargers, just obsessed! :) A big thank you to Mopar Market. I went to buy a charger advertised, but the owner changed his mind (can't blame him really), but his mate had this one.

Originally posted by 'us against them' on 2003-08-07.

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318 CL Regal Wagon
This beast is dropped 2 inches at the back, and 3 at the front. Its got a 318-727-2.98 suregrip running gear. Factory jelly beans fill the gaurds. The stereo is a Pioneer deck, Boss Audio front splits, Kenwood rear 6x9's a Sansui AMX100 amp, a Clarion V-Net amp and 2 KICKER 12" Impulse subs in csustom enclosure in the floor, all done by me and my mate John.
We installed some door trim lights off a '74 LTD and some noeons under the dash. Future plans include some 18" rims, taking it lowrider style and some more horseys from the engine. I also got a 360 Chrysler by Chrysler buty no pics. Thats been in the family since 1974 and she flies.

Originally posted by 'David ' on 2003-08-08.

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RT 69 Charger
Dodge 1969 Charger stage 3 motor..727b drag box 4w disc
brakes 501 bhp at wheels 484ci. 486:1 posi-track diff.

Originally posted by 'Big block' on 2003-08-12.

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1970 Dodge Challenger R./T
440ci Magnum 375hp, 727 column shift with bench seat which is a rear option in the R/T models. 90% concoures condition,Full Matching numbers car. Came into NZ in 1971, White with black Vinyl roof and vinyl side body moulding. I love my Mopar and its different with the rear options and the black & white theme! TAKE ONE ELEPHANT ADD TONNES OF HORSES PLUS ONE BAD ARSE PENSTAR SERVE OVER RICE!

Originally posted by 'Carl' on 2003-08-19.

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