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Old 08-06-2017, 09:44:12 PM
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I would love to tour his museum!!!!
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I was wondering if I could mount the intake in the pictures to the slant 6 to give it more KW output or, quicker responce??

This is my MOPAR thread![/QUOTE]

A little machine work and they might fit but would be a little over carburetored. Are they both 66 carbs and would you sell them?
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I've definitely owned many Mopars over the last 45 years.. We currently have 3, 1992 Ram W350, 1993 Ram D350 and a 1998 Ram Quad cab (wife's hot rod). all are Cummins powered.
Here are a couple pics from over the years, gray one 1970 Cuda 440 Magnum, Black one was a real 1970 "V" code 440 6 Pak, 1971 Charger RT 440 magnum.
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I had a 63 Impala convertible with a 283 a power glide automatic trans. I got for $50.00 The guy I bought it from thought the motor was frozen, It was a bad starter. I had a buddy who had a 65 or 64 SS I took all his parts and put it in my 63 I converted it to a 3 speed manual. Never did get the linkage right on it. Had to be careful not to shift into reverse. I put fuely (sp) heads and a Holley high rise with 750 double pumper. I remember picking a bunch of parts at Warshawskies (sp) and driving the the car to school the next day. The muffler fell off and I had a secondary exhaust leak let off on the gas when going by a cop to hide the noise and it backfired and the cop turned around pulled me over and gave me 7 tickets.

Wish I had that car today.
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What fun is a car thread without some bs thrown in.
MOPAR. Most original parts are rusted
MOPAR. My other Plymouth ain't running.

I had a 63 Polara with the olivetti transmission. Horribly designed vehicle with 10" brakes and a useless heater. I did put 100,000 miles on that $50 car though.
I do miss my 48 Power Wagon.
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Old 08-06-2017, 10:13:08 PM
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A little machine work and they might fit but would be a little over carburetored. Are they both 66 carbs and would you sell them?
I can't remember of they are 1966 or 1967 carbs. In my basement I have a 1966 426 engine that I bought in 1980 that was rebuilt but never started, I pulled it apart a long time ago and it's still sitting there, since then I have acquired a 1966 Coronet (needs rear quarters amd paint) bought a new AlterKation complete front "A" frame suspension,

https://www.reillymotorsports.com/Al...Handling-Kits/

TTI headers and a DANA 60 also in the basement. Missing time and more money! $$$$$$$
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Missing time and more money! $$$$$$$[/QUOTE]

Well it would look good in my brothers coronet wl21h. If you decide to get rid of it let me know.
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I did have a WS23J7 67 RT HEMI, Story of another kind though. I believe the guy I sold it to had to use at least another car or two to restore it, When it was completed it was a BEAUTIFUL car though. A White Hat Special.
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72 Duster, 360. 12.20ET
85 Shelby Charger...very custom. 2.2 Turbo @ 28 PSI. 12.36ET
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darts, This might get you some extra KW! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zzODTFqLTU

Those little 6's were darn good runners for their displacement.
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