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Awesome reproduction of the long extinct #2951653 choke assembly for 1970-71 383/440 and 1971 440 Carter AVS equipped cars. Has the correct part number "53" stamped on the choke housing. Yellow zinc dichromate and zinc finished parts as original. Includes carburetor attaching clip and two correct mounting screws.

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Name Todd
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Bought the 1970 340 Swinger clone off Derek Rowen from Rye in Victoria in 1995. I put in a rebuilt 360 (outta my CJ CxC), new 727, 2500 histall, Pro rachet shifter, 8 3/4 3.55 LSD, twin exhaust and Toyota 4-spot calipers on front, koni shocks all round, Alfa Romeo Sprint Veloce bucket seats, new carpet and a few other bit n bobs. Did 13.5 at Kwinana.

AB Performance Engines finished building something with a bit more poke. Just run 13.0. Going to do a few mods to air intake and carby ....should see around 12.8 sec 1/4.

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1970 Dodge Dart Swinger
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1973 CxC "Super B52"
June 2006 will mark the 10th anniversary that I have owned this car. It has never driven in that ten years and remained a shell for most of it life at my house.

Then, I had a vision. The E57 (Limelight Yellow) driving once again. Restoration work is well under way. Having stripped the car to a shell many years back, it was off to Bruce's (A Mopar nutter) for all the necessary rust/panel work. He is an enthusiast and very skilled tradesman and owns a couple or five mopars. He also has a VJ hardtop in Limelight with white roof. Veeery nice with steeeroker 417 ci SB.

After being soda blasted by Western Soda Blasters, Scott Morely from Magnum Restorations found a bit more rust and dings to fix up. He also did a great job on the rear tubs and a bonnet scoop. Final paint came up a treat.

Time to get cracking on putting it back on the road. A 426 small block stroker from Hughes engines is going into the beast. Still not sure of the induction side but a 727 and suregrip will go in the rear.

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1971 Valiant Dart
Okay last of my mopar additions was in 2005 when I purchased a soon to be crushed 1971 4dr Valaint Dart, which was made in South Africa. Someone has migrated to Australia and brought the old Val aswell. As I have a 2dr I thought the parts would come in handy, however like most mopar people you tend to get attached to their indiviuality and I've decided to keep it and turn it into a project car some time down the track.

It has a /6 with 350 Holley and 904. I have a 360/904/8.75 ready to go in but would like to go manual. We'll see how we go (read missus!!!).

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300C SRT8
2007 300C SRT8 bought August 2008

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