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Webpage Created 29/08/05
Webpage Updated 29/08/05
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Name brad
Location hobart (TAS)
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the car is(or was a) 74 charger....poverty pack and was my first car that i brought around 12 years ago for the sum of four hundred dollars (registered and going) from a electrolux salesman, hence it had roof racks and big electrolux stickers on all panels. Factory equipt with a 215 three speed ,it served well as a learners vehicle until i became bored with it and installed a 265 with a four speed. After a few 265,s fell apart i had a more robust unit installed with a tripple dollorto set up on it. this set up also served well until its imminent death at a symmons plains raceway. At this point i became fed up and yanked the car from the road after many engine/box/and diff replacements and made the decicion to build it into a road rally/circut and hill climb vehicle. mods now include a nine inch disc braked back end with the addition of panhard rod and sway bar, a top loader,commodore rack and pinion p/s,6 point cage,vello seats and harnesses,koni suspension, gtr front skids and a neat little all alloy top ended 360 ( still to be put together)....so now im itching to get it going again so my road car can get a rest.



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in the begining.....
as mentioned in the inro....the car was a first car and was treated as such(or mistreated as such) but it had no rust at all and hadnt had anything more than a dented gaurd and door on the passanger side...not bad for 400 bucks. i brought a few other chryslers but always kept this one

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as a road car......
the six banger always handled reasonably nothin flash but a lot of experimentation went on....with wheels, engine configs
suspension etc...i found with a standard cast heads on a 360 ,chargers become very nose heavy sometimes alternating between light understeer to outrageous oversteer....running it with its nose down and a couple degrees of camber seemed to help.

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pieceing back together
after five years of sitting idle , finally found the time to get the old girl painted and peiced back together. and a handy hint...label everything cause 5 years is enough time to forget where most things go.

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