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Well, you know the first thing to go......
We were in "Rod and Custom magazine on page 49.
http://backissues.com/issue/Rod-and-Custom-July-1970
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Matt, nice 71! Wish I could find a power bulge hood... 71 is my fave, love the flush side markers. My 71 Sebring Plus is wearing a 72 rear bumper and lower valance, love those tailights! Never cared for the 71 tailights, don't look right. I have the rear window louvers, looking for a chin spoiler.
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I'm still wanting to see pics of the slant six powered generator set.
This has broken down into a Mopar love fest.
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...71 is my fave, love the flush side markers. My 71 Sebring Plus is wearing a 72 rear bumper and lower valance, love those tailights!...
ARRRGH...I am the opposite, to me the 71 bumper and lights are preferable. I kept some rear parts just in case I find a 72.

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Now I did make a earlier comment about the Dodge brand but to be fair a Friend of mine from when I was in high school had a 1970 something Plymouth Volare. Was his dads winter car for going to work at the Bruce Nuclear Power Plant. Had a slant 6 in it. We could not kill that thing and as teenagers we tried. The car had no floors in the rear left. Rusted away they did. We loved that car cause we go beer touring the back roads of Huron and Bruce county.
Would get pulled over by the cops......we lift the rear carpet set beer case on the ground and flip carpet back. Subsequent search would not produce any open booze. Many years ago this was.
Loved that car we did.
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Haha John thats what happens when somebody says Mopar. All the Mopar guys come out of the wood work. When your a Mopar guy theres just nothing else.
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I'm still wanting to see pics of the slant six powered generator set.
This has broken down into a Mopar love fest.
See post #1 in this thread!
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