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Well I don't have 70k, but I would give about $100 to sit in the passenger seat while you rip some donuts/burnouts in a parking lot lol :D
 

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Pornography is not allowed to be posted on the Forum sir...
 

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You know what I find so odd when I sit in these 1970 Cuda's and Challengers is that there just isn't any leg room. That has become a major factor in me not wanting to buy an old one anymore. I go to a lot of car show auctions and sit in many. I just can't see spending the asking money for such a small interior car. I think people in general were smaller in the 60-70's.
 

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You know what I find so odd when I sit in these 1970 Cuda's and Challengers is that there just isn't any leg room. That has become a major factor in me not wanting to buy an old one anymore. I go to a lot of car show auctions and sit in many. I just can't see spending the asking money for such a small interior car. I think people in general were smaller in the 60-70's.
I hear ya.These tend to be resto mods though, and most resto mods I have been in have modern seats. That is to say they go all the way back on a track. Hell some are even electric like ours.

Plus I am pretty sure a place like RKMotors would make sure your sitting in your car comfortably before you rolled out the door. They do some REAL high quality work over there. (just going by their videos and comments from owners, never been in one yet..... yet!)


Ever sit in an original Demon? It's like being in a CRV.
 

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Could not afford it, but that car brings back old memories. 73 Cuda "340" still sitting in the garage on jack stands where I left it ten years ago. Not by my choice.
 
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