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I also have the rear glass and a passenger side door glass.
All clear glass.
I have a pair, but they are clear glass.
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Interesting as my 71 Clone runner was painted the same GY9 as yours.
It looks like the engine mounts were moved back towards the firewall. It's an old drag racers trick.
That's the reason there is reinforcement on...
I'm assuming that you kept the original outer wheel well housing.
If so, how was the fitment of the new quarter to the wheel housing?
This F-body was my first Mopar.
My 71 is in the body shop right now and it's at the same phase that yours is in .
Back in 2009 here is some Mopars leaving a Mopar only show.
My old F-Body is at the 20 second mark.
I think that car was originally in Ontario.
Leave it up to Engineering to dumb it down for everyone else...:rofl:
I too welded my US cartool support to the original one.
RustyRatRod kudo's to you for doin a leaning tower of power! :lowdown:
Keep posting pics!
I second the Amsoil being a true synthetic.
I use their Z Rod oil. It has the most Zinc in it.
Trust me - been there, done that.
Years from now you'll still find sand coming out of the nooks and crannies.......
But it's well worth it - it...
Got the 71 ready to go for body and paint!
Nice project - what's the final colour going to be?
Hey Kevin, good to see you on this site.
I missed you at Moparfest - did you go?
Keep up the good work on the GTX.
Does the drivers side have one of the pipes (the front one) go down under the main steering link?
Or are the header pipes block huggers?
Yes, biggest Mopar show up here.
I've been going for the past 20 years. Always a good time.
Here's a couple of my buddies Mopars that attend.
The isolators used on your Charger are similar to the ones used on Aspen/Volare F-bodies.
Firm feel in Washington state carry solid isolators for...