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Webpage Created 06/09/05
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Name David
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I bought this car in the mid 80's, usual story had to sell her (broke my heart) because of family commitments. Happy ending though, bought her back off the same guy 15 years later.She will not be sold again!

Specs: 1974 VJ 770 charger, 360 or 5.9 litres, 727 Torqueflite, shift kit to be added & Pacemaker headers fitted when I get the chance, True blue mettalic in colour Black vinyl interior with black & white check cloth inserts,

I also have a 340 motor currently in a Cm Chrysler sedan that's another project though.

Just purchased a one owner Cl Ute 245, three on the tree sure grip. still in pretty good nick, drove her home over a 100klms ran like a dream, photos to follow, it's never had a radio in it!!

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Charger VJ 1974 back in 1987
This is what she looked like back then before I sold her, the third photo is how she was when I got her back. The car was still in good condition except for a few dings here & there, the paint (few shades of true blue met) was also looking pretty sad. So I stripped her back and had a go at painting, never sprayed before so it was a big learning curve, I'm happy with the result (will post a pic shortly) but I know where i made mistakes.

The last picture is how she is now

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