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- Mar 24, 2011
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1972 Charger se now 440 4sp 8 3/4 3:55sg.It’s getting there!
If you search the posts by me there is photos, receipt and what I did.i have the factory box in my car for heat and ac, but i have nothing under the hood., condenser, compressor, line, nothing
Thank you for sharing your story/pictures and sorry for your loss.Here's my grandpas 72, very long story with the car, I am 30 now and located this car when I was about 15 looking for derby cars. Found this sitting in a dry run, in the woods of Wisconsin. Contacted owner and drug gramps over to check it out and next thing ya know we traded a 64 imperial crown that was in the derby row out back and brought the charger home. All sheet metal is original besides the bulge hood we added, car has super bee decals because thats what he wanted. We arent crazy about the tire and wheel package but thats what he picked and was proud of so they remain on the car today. Original engine and trans (400-4) bone stock. Cleaned up detailed and put back in. Restored interior and paint and body work was done. In under the 1st year. We got the car 6 months before his unexpected passing of a heart attack the following spring... he got.to enjoy a whole summer of driving the wheels off the car and its untouched since his passing and my dad drives the wheels off it now and maintains the car. Grandma even jumps behind the wheel every.now and again. We lost him 12 or 13 years ago Rip gramps miss you everyday!!
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Mine- perhaps see you at Carlisle!Also, thank you to everyone else so far who has shared their stories/pictures.
Mine- perhaps see you at Carlisle!
Nice car. I wish I could make to Carlisle but, not in the cards this year anyways.Mine- perhaps see you at Carlisle!
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