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my first 67 cuda as far as i know was shipped to liverpool syd NSW in 1967.
it was converted to right hand drive at the dealers & sent to the 1st owner in camden. he owned the car untill 1999 2000 then sold it to a guy in manly.
he then spent 35k on buying & restoring.
he then sold the car to me for 25k cash in 2003.
at that time i had never held a licence or really driven a car.
nice start hay.
i had my mate drive it home then some time after i got my L's. done my 52hrs & 6 mounts in the car then got my P's.
after a few sets of tyers and some close incounters.
i thought it would be a good idear to let someone with less of a heavy foot.
not that i thrashed it or any thing.
but when i smoked them up it was always on the spot & never round corners.
when i did them i would go all three in short bursts reving out to about 3 to 3.5k rpm.
every gear had a lot more to give but i did not wont to hurt the engine.
or look like some tool that thinks doing a burnout is all about reving your car right out & trying to get it side ways.
so in jan 2005 i sold it to a guy in SA.

then my 2nd cuda was a 66.
i picked it up in QLD the sunshine cost in feb 2005 for 15k.
i had that car for a few years.
being a slant it was pretty much a cruser to me considering the other cuda had a big block 383.

allso have CH chrysler by chrysler, AP5 & vg sedan no pics yet.
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