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Lets see all the cool 66-67 b-body mopar pictures.!!

Dako,

Are you running the stock gtx exhaust tips on your car? If so, could you post some pics of the hangers bolted to the unibody and the tailpipes? I am going to run gtx tips on my coronet. Thanks, Beautiful car!

Tim,
Sorry for the delay. Hope these help. The brackets came with the TTi pipes. They had a 90 deg bend, which I straightened out, then welded on an extension of flat stock. They attach to where the original shipping tie down points were mounted (car still had them on it when I got it).

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They help alot. Thank you for taking the time to crawl under there, take the pics and post them. It is definitely appreciated!
 
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67' Bellveder, 64K on the odometer. Other than the radio not working, she's pretty much road ready.
 
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Love the car Lemon! Do you have anymore pics?

I ran this car with Steelies and caps for about 8 years. Eventually needed something new and went with a set of Torque Thrust style wheels last year. I still have the steelies and caps though..... never know.
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The car was a time-capsule bone stock 383 2bbl car when I got my hands on it. It now runs a 452" motor making a little north of 500 hp. It's slowly becoming more at home on the strip than the street. Still looks fairly stock and includes every accessory it was born with, but now runs 11.60's. Its been a real fun hobby.

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My 66 satellite
Factory 383 4speed

Great looking '66, Joe! Man I'd love to row me some A833 in that bad boy!!
 
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Here are a few of the Late Great Ray Christian. RIP Bud

I just stumbled across the posting about "Ray Christian"on page #104 earlier in this thread. In 1966 when I was racing my AA/SA 1963 Plymouth Max Wedge Aluminum Nose car I pretty much remember Ray Christian having a white 63 Max Wedge Plymouth also running in AA/SA and just killing that class with 12.1 ET's. If someone sees my posting that can confirm this is the same fella please let me know.

The picture is of my 63 Max Wedge Aluminum Nosed Car. Picture taken circa 1963/64.
 
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