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PICTURES OF YOUR CLASSIC CARS / Re: 1964 and 1938 Plymouths
« Last post by Mister Mopar Les Hastings on August 16, 2017, 11:12:31 am »
Beautiful!!!
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Gorgeous car!  I wanted one exactly like that, but I'm too freakishly tall.
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PICTURES OF YOUR CLASSIC CARS / 1964 and 1938 Plymouths
« Last post by kmrumedy on May 10, 2017, 10:23:58 am »
Cool site!  I'll play.

Here is my 64 Plymouth.  Car has built 360 bored .30 over, 727 with reversed valvebody, fenderwell headers, rollcage, trans brake, narrowed Ford rearend spool 4.11 runs high 10's low 11's depending on exhaust.





Here she is running.  Old school nasty... (Yes....I got rid of the "triangle of death air filter )

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uONebrRwgRE

Here is my first step into the hot rodding world.  In negotiations now to pick up this RUST FREE 1938 Plymouth Businessman Coupe.  This is a "Stealth Operation"!  Meaning if my wife finds out I am buying another car I am a DEADMAN!!  Lol!










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Cool site!  I'll play.

Here is my modern muscle from the year 1997.









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very cool pic with the SRT truck
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Just another shot
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Here's a few of my 300C SRT Let me know what you think.
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POST PICTURES OF YOUR MODERN MOPARS AS A REPLY TO THIS THREAD so that its easy to scroll through all members vehicles.
These are some pics of my 2012 Hurst 440 Challenger.







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