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That's what I thought too....but I gotta check the numbers below the driver's side head to solve this mystery. If it was made in Canada for US...
Just installed a set of monroe load leveler shocks. Gave me an extra 1.5" at the bumper.
The US-built 1967 LA 318 has
engine number prefix C318, while the Canadian 1967 poly A 318 has engine
prefix CC318. (The first "C"...
Its up to the owner but since the certicard was still there i'd like to see if the original owner is still living and get the scoop on the drivetrain.
Selling price ended up at $11k. Got it home and put it on the lift and he couldn't find rust anywhere underneath. Probably sheltered most of its life.
I offered to do exactly that for the owner once everything is checked over and repainted. Possibly next year.
I assumed the same thing before opening the hood. If it has a build sheet would that specify whether it was made with an A or LA?
It was sold new in Pa, probably here its entire life.
My sister bought a new red GV in 86. Within the first few months the rear view mirror fell off, a window crank broke, and needed bulbs replaced....
You're exactly right. HH1 paint code.
UPDATE---The second owner of my Charger asked me to look at the Coronet tonight and it turned out to be pretty much of a time capsule. Rock solid...
Totally agree. Still running the same condenser for years with no problems, and the spares are all over 20 years old but never used.
That may depend on the amount of spring tension. When I used to race the car back in the 90's I never experienced point related issues, even...
Agreed Bob. I use nothing but MoPar NOS 2098244 sets. I think I have enough in stock to last me until I'm 104. A few spares in the console, a flat...
Ah, ok the one from saturday was a nice looking trophy and sunday was a small plaque. Just the honor of being picked for any type of award is...
Thanks Eric, took a quick shot of the car in post 16 :)