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Username keithcuda (0)User has feedback score under 5
Name Keith Renouard
Location Jersey, Channel Islands (UK)
Website URL http://www.flatratracing.com
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I've stumbled upon this forum while searching for the previous owner of one of my cars. And as i have found some photos on his Reader's Rides Webpage, i am looking forward to talking to him.

I currently have 3 Mopar, the first was a 1972 Plymouth Cuda, then a 1968 Dodge Charger, and finally the 1970 Valiant VG 770 Regal.

I'll leave the details for the next section.

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1970 Chrysler Valiant Regal 770
Right Hand drive, imported to the UK in 2004 but never registered here.
318 Small Block
Header exhaust system (that my mate Noel has borrowed for his 69 barracuda, till he gets his own)
I want to make this my daily driver.


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1972 Plymouth Cuda
This car has a 440 HP Block
torqueflite transmission, w/ B&M ratchet shifter.
3.23 8 3/4 rear end
Autometer Monster Tach, elec oil press, elec water temp.
Lambda pickup in exhaust connected to Inovate Motorsport LMA1
MSD Digital 6, MSD Billet Distributor, MSD Ignition leads.
BeCool Ali Radiator and overflow.
TTI Headers and exhaust.
Trunk mounted Optima battery.

AND MUCH MORE

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1968 Dodge Charger
I got this car from the insurance company as a repairable rightoff. It had a rather unfortunate engine fire, lucky for me.
I picked it up for just 2000.

Currently with the 440 motor and manual trans out.
I hope to replace the manual for an auto (much nicer for the stop go traffic here in Jersey, and the car originally had an auto)

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