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  1. PurpleBeeper

    My dad’s 1974 Dodge Coronet Custom

    That car looks good. You might see if someone in Normway can fabricate a piece of metal to fill that rust hole. This webite and moparts.com are good places to look for parts.
  2. PurpleBeeper

    The Prorac 1968 sport satellite convertible restoration thread

    If you need one, I think I've got and extra upper section of a 68 satellite convertible quarter panel (passenger side I think...I'd have to look)
  3. PurpleBeeper

    Intake vacuum port

    You mean Superbird or Road Runner? On my 70 Road Runner, that 2nd tiny little vacuum port is for the air grabber hood
  4. PurpleBeeper

    1974 Charger Project

    Beautiful! 400 or 440? Original engine? I love that interior...wow
  5. PurpleBeeper

    1974 Charger SE photos

    Wow..... I love the 71-74 Chargers and yours is PRIME example. Beautiful car!
  6. PurpleBeeper

    68 plymouth, I moved my rear axle.

    and I bet your pinion is big-time nose-down now, correct?
  7. PurpleBeeper

    Can you put in fuel system cleaner?

    Yes, you can and Techtron is my preferred brand
  8. PurpleBeeper

    Went and looked at one today...

    I like that wagon. OK, stupid question...if wagon tanks are that rare, why not just weld the crap out of them? I mean, I wouldn't car if I had big pieces of sheet metal welded in as long as it didn't leak. It's not a concours hemi roadrunner or anything.
  9. PurpleBeeper

    Will It Fit?

    I've run an under-bumper scoop on a Ford once...but back to your car. "Something" has to be custom looking. If you can't get to the inner headlights & you don't want to cut anything, then the upper control arm cam bolt holes you picked out make sense. I suggest you focus on that hole and see...
  10. PurpleBeeper

    Will It Fit?

    I was going to recommend the old school NASCAR cowl air induction too. But, if you really want to run the air inlets under the bumper, I'd guess there's about a snowball's chance in hell the charger valence will fit. How about a Plan B? Maybe get another 70 Coronet valence and build some air...
  11. PurpleBeeper

    1970 Roadrunner heater delete

    I think hemi2much wants to see a picture of the firewall on the passenger side from inside the car, down by the passenger's feet where the heater box "would" be. Also, please tell us about your electric air grabber actuator
  12. PurpleBeeper

    1968 Sport Satellite

    SCORE! Dude, that is a nice car
  13. PurpleBeeper

    Center Console resto?

    Are you going for top notch, or driver quality? For driver quality, I taped off & spray painted the black area. I also bought some woodgrain overlays that go on top of what's already there, reproduction boots and a reproduction door hinge. If your console key matches your glovebox and trunk...
  14. PurpleBeeper

    70 Road Runner engine call out

    I'm 100% sure they are exactly the same, turn signals or not.
  15. PurpleBeeper

    1968 SuperBee Fresh Air Mod

    Yeah....don't cut that hood. I like the flat hood and/or fiberglass to cut & modify. You're idea of using a N96 base is a good one. If you're making your own fresh air, you could really just do like the old NASCAR guys I've seen.... just use a cheap round aftermarket air cleaner that fits...
  16. PurpleBeeper

    through the fire wall came the cool air!, ore dd I go to

    Like Cranky said, I've seen that type of setup on old NASCAR cars. The front of the windshield is a high pressure area and you get a little bit of "ram effect". Hadn't thought about the interior backfire situation (good call Stanton)….but I like you're anti-backfire flap idea.
  17. PurpleBeeper

    1972 Roadrunner GTX 4-speed

    You mark the hinge locations for doors, trunk, hood, etc because the hinges are adjustable & you can put the door (or whatever) back on & have it line up right away instead of messing with it for hours to re-align it. In a perfect world, you would prime it with metal etching epoxy primer & then...
  18. PurpleBeeper

    1972 Roadrunner GTX 4-speed

    Not much rust at all and that's a very rare car.....don't stop until it's done!
  19. PurpleBeeper

    Help Needed with Go Wing Position

    I don't have exact measurements....but. There are two different trunk lids for a '70 and any lid could have come on any '70 Plymouth b-body model. One will accept a go-wing & the other will not (different skin underneath). My Roadrunner had the trunk lid without the go-wing cutouts, so I...
  20. PurpleBeeper

    Just Curious' 74 Charger SE 318 to 440

    Fantastic car to be working on and it looks like it's in really good shape... have fun!