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Webpage Created 20/03/08
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Name Mark Williams
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My 69 er
I have owned the car for some 32 years, when I brought the car it was my daily driver until I rebuilt it some fifteen years ago. Since then the car has purely become a cruiser that I enjoy driving as match as I can.

The power plant orginally was a slant six with an automatic. Part of the rebuilt was to install something the had a little more grit, so I replaced it with a 318 small block that has a few trick bits in it. The gearbox is now a 727 with a limited slip 2.92 diff. The front end including brakes are CL with 2' dropped studs. Wheels are Centre line 6' and 7'. The interior is all Chrysler other than the front seats which are ford. I have been building the car for some 15 fifteen years and like most of us the wholly dollar plays a big part in what might happen to the car next. Future plans not sure at this point however I have a 360 motor in the shed that might end up in the VF.

The car currently under going a total rebuilt and it is hoped that it will be at the Mopar Ramble Show in Nov this year. I have added a few photos of how the car how looks. I must say that it has been a long slow process as the car has been off the road for about 18 months but when it is finished, I ask myself at times why I started, it will be my pride and joy.

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