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mikiemo83 01-29-2020 08:40 AM

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Originally Posted by bideau (Post 2634315)
My first car was a '68 Dart. It was handed down from 2 older siblings. The only thing holding the body together was the rust. We didn't dare wash the car in case the rust came off. But the Slant 6 engine couldn't be killed.

When the floor rusted through so that fumes were coming in the car and I could have attempted a Flintstones brake, my dad took my older brother's '71 Plymouth Fury with a failing engine and put the Dart Slant 6 in it, and that became my "new" car.

and we were grateful to be driving it!!!!


love those engines. My 1st car was a 64 dodge Polara conv. witrh a 318.

The old Mopars ran like no other for a kid who has no clue.

I could, remove the hood and sit on the wheel well to work on the motor.

1970Dart 01-29-2020 09:08 PM

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Originally Posted by Joolz (Post 2634312)
:Lwelcome:


I once had a 1970 Dodge Dart. Wish I still had it. :)


It's my dream car. 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger in Sublime (Slime) Green with a black vinyl roof and a 340 with the 4spd.

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Originally Posted by bideau (Post 2634302)
A big welcome. We try to have some fun and hopefully you'll find it to be that way.

I noticed that with the assclown forum..lol

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Originally Posted by bideau (Post 2634315)
My first car was a '68 Dart. It was handed down from 2 older siblings. The only thing holding the body together was the rust. We didn't dare wash the car in case the rust came off. But the Slant 6 engine couldn't be killed.

When the floor rusted through so that fumes were coming in the car and I could have attempted a Flintstones brake, my dad took my older brother's '71 Plymouth Fury with a failing engine and put the Dart Slant 6 in it, and that became my "new" car.

The slant 6 was bullet proof. Great engines.

Big/Sky/Fly 02-02-2020 10:52 PM

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Originally Posted by 1970Dart (Post 2634420)
It's my dream car. 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger in Sublime (Slime) Green with a black vinyl roof and a 340 with the 4spd.

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I noticed that with the assclown forum..lol

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The slant 6 was bullet proof. Great engines.

I had a Lil Red Express...could have owned a 70 Charger 440/nitrous. 69 Roadrunner 383/6pack.

My favorite car was my 68 Chevelle though. It was mint. Silver/blue. 327. Should have never sold it. Dumb...didn't have a dent. No rust. Ugh...

1970Dart 02-03-2020 10:00 PM

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Originally Posted by Big/Sky/Fly (Post 2635013)
I had a Lil Red Express...could have owned a 70 Charger 440/nitrous. 69 Roadrunner 383/6pack.

My favorite car was my 68 Chevelle though. It was mint. Silver/blue. 327. Should have never sold it. Dumb...didn't have a dent. No rust. Ugh...

My first car was a 73 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SD with the 455 Super Duty and muncie M-22 stone crusher transmission. I wish it had the M-21 rock crusher, I thought it was a slightly better transmission. I geared it completely wrong though, I had 273's in the rear end and I kept blowing out the rear end..lol I was young and had no idea what I was doing. If I still had the car, I would have gone with 373 gears.

BostonTim 02-04-2020 04:58 PM

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Originally Posted by 1970Dart (Post 2635158)
My first car was a 73 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am SD with the 455 Super Duty and muncie M-22 stone crusher transmission. I wish it had the M-21 rock crusher, I thought it was a slightly better transmission. I geared it completely wrong though, I had 273's in the rear end and I kept blowing out the rear end..lol I was young and had no idea what I was doing. If I still had the car, I would have gone with 373 gears.

If you still had it (in decent condition), what's it worth. 100k +-??

1970Dart 02-04-2020 08:13 PM

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Originally Posted by BostonTim (Post 2635279)
If you still had it (in decent condition), what's it worth. 100k +-??

Well it was a numbers matching car. But closer to probably 55 or 60K I would imagine.

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BostonTim 04-08-2020 07:06 PM

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Originally Posted by beckybv69 (Post 2642920)
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:wave: ba-bye Becky

mikiemo83 04-09-2020 12:55 PM

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Originally Posted by BostonTim (Post 2643224)
:wave: ba-bye Becky

I never met a becky who could follow the rules including Aunt becky on full house


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