Discussion in 'Classic (70's) Dodge Challenger' started by 67 Mopar, Jan 5, 2018.
Little progress today on the engine bay.
Well, looking better ever day. I be glade to see you start on your 70 challenger.
Looking sweet, man that brings back memories!
Nice project, except lyrics way to avoid the honeydew list lol.
Looks good, are you keeping the vacuum operational? Lot easier to maintain if you do.
I hear once you go 6 PAC you can never go back . Nice looking setup mate I'd love to see and hear a bit more about the car .
I'm doing a 6 PAC set up myself over winter , a little different than yours but still Mopar .
I love those old 440s !!
Can't beat the Webers ...........Love em.
Very Nice! Nothing like a 440 6 pack!
Father and son project 67 GTX 440 4 speed. B5 blue. I hope to paint it this coming weekend.
You have a really cool setup. What is it going on?
Awesome your your doing a project with your boy . I must say I'm a bit jealous as my 12 year old is horrified by the prospect , but I have a 6 year old thats car mad so there is hope . Love those wheels they remind me of a mk 2 Cortina I had . Looking forward to seeing it painted and shiny.
I have a VG Chrysler Valiant Pacer from Australia. I've always wanted to do the triples but the car is a stock original car so it's taken some time for me to get there . My car never came stock with the Webers but the next model did and the induction sound is hypnotic. I drove it up the road the other day with open headers to get some welding done ( only in America) . Next step is the Webers but I have some linkage and other stuff to work out yet .
Here's what they are supposed to look like from the factory
6 BBL it is a Plymouth LOL
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