I'm looking for an expert Mopar engine builder in or near the Las Vegas area. I mean someone who really knows and loves Mopars!
I have solid 383 block out of a 68 Dodge pick up that ran great and I want to put a 431 stoker kit in it along with alu heads and all the right performance parts. I...
Belonged to a close friend. He would very much like to find it.
He bought new and when he picked it up at the dealership and stared home he got in a drag race with a mustang and they got chased by the cops! He was ahead and kept going, the mustang got caught. I guess it has always paid to drive...
You'd think I'd remember all these details by now but I've forgotten a lot more details than I realized. Gettn't old ;/
Anyway here are the paint codes for 1970.
Paint Codes for 1970: Roadrunner, GTX, 'Cuda, Duster and Sport Fury GT.
1. Citron Gold Metallic FY6 / 2. Citron Mist Metallic FY4...
Looks almost identical to the original 70 RR I purchased new in June of 1970. Does anybody know where this photo came from and can hook me with the current owner. Thanks.
You don't see many that color. Original VIN RM21N0E132917
I know it looks like that but that's a shadow. It does sit flush. Regardless of any of that, the old rubber bushings are long since worn out, dried up, hard and crumbling with chunks missing. I am going to replace with new. I like the idea of the new tubular A arms. My only actual question now...
The cam bolts are NOT loose. But I can see how you might come to that conclusion. The rubber bushings have dried out and crumbled over all the years and mostly fallen out. I've taken up all the slack possible. Red x simply means I 'disagree' with your assumption. Not meant as an affront to you.
The rubber is gone. The other side has a gap where the rubber bushing was and makes a clunking sound when I drive so YES I'm sure. Do you have any experience with the new tube type A arms? Are they worth changing over to?
The upper control arm bushings on my 68 road runner need to be replaced. Apparently they've never been changed. I'd like to get some of those new tube style ones I see advertised at POL in Mopar Action. Has anybody tried them, any advice? Thanks, RRDon