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#2515361 - 06/30/18 03:40 PM 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter
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Loc: Norwich CT USA
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#2515644 - 06/30/18 09:19 PM Re: 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter [Re: moparts]
Jet Doc Offline
enthusiast

Registered: 03/02/07
Posts: 225
Loc: Wisconsin
1962 Dodge Dart Model 440

Beautiful rust free car with original cowl, floor pans and sheet metal. This car was built back 2000 and has been freshened since. The motor has 4 passes on it and maybe 50 street miles, the car is registered and titled in my name. The paint is still very presentable with normal wear for it's age. The windows are fully functional and it has a full finished black interior with headliner. There are 2 race buckets installed with custom TIG welded aluminum brackets and no back seat. The factory dash and steering wheel are installed, with a Tach, oil pressure gauge, temp gauge and ammeter (currently not connected).

Engine:
- 400 block half filled, bored .040,
decked align honed, aluminum mains
and full ARP hardware throughout.
- NEW Bill Miller aluminum rods
- NEW Ross pistons
- custom ground Cam Motion solid
roller cam
- Trend pushrods
- Harland Sharp roller rockers
- Mopar forged 4.15 crank
- Mopar Stage VI heads ported by
Modern
- Newly coated Indy 2x4 intake with 2 Carter 750cfm
carbs and Indy linkage
- Newly coated Hooker headers with flowmaster
collectors and evac system
- NEW Valve covers
- MSD box, Mopar distributor, Tailor
wires
- Milodon oiling system with Charlie's
oil pan

Motor made 771HP@6700 and 671TQ@5300, best pass so far has been 9.82@137mph and runs consistently in the 9.90 range.

Fuel System:
- NEW Aeromotive 15gal fuel cell with built in A1000 pump
- NEW Aeromotive regulator
- NEW billet filter
- NEW braided fuel lines front to back and NEW AN fittings

Cooling system:
- NEW Meziere 55GPH water pump, NEW aluminum radiator and NEW dual 11 in electric fans

Transmission:
- fully race prepped push button TF727 with reverse manual valve body, deep pan and Turbo Action J converter.

Rear:
- Dana 60, spool with 4:56 gears, Wilwood disc brakes, SS springs (US made) and Caltrac adjustable shocks.

Chassis:
- 10 point Moly cage TIG welded, frame tied

Front Suspension:
- fully rebuilt with all NEW ball joints, bushings and tie rod ends.
- all parts have NEW powder coat
- NEW Strange double adjustable shocks
- Wilwood disc brakes
- Hurst line lock
- steering shaft knuckle rebuilt and fresh alignment

Wheels/Tires
- NEW Sander wheels 15x4 and 15x10
- NEW MT Pro Bracket Radial slicks
- front MT ET fronts

$32,000 or possible street pump gas muscle trades plus cash


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#2515829 - 07/01/18 11:18 AM Re: 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter [Re: moparts]
terzmo Offline
top fuel

Registered: 03/12/05
Posts: 1890
Loc: Pendleton NY
1967 GTX with mid 70's block. Pump gas friendly heads. 750 Edelbrock carb on high rise manifold. Stock exhaust HP manifolds. New exhaust from front to back with correct tips and crossover. Chrome is nice on entire car except sail panel chrome. (have anotherr very nice pair included.) Underside is solid with no rust or repairs,just road dirt. Body is straight and paint is good. 8 3/4 rearend,4 speed. Newer clutch. Interior is great, no rips tears or cracks anywhere. Western scroll material. Drum brakes.Power steering. newer BF Goodrich radial TA's on 14 inch magnum wheels.Electronic ignition. Real RS23L7xxxxx code car. Fendertag. No build sheet.
$26,000.00 or Reasonable offer. Located outside Buffalo NY.

Car has 80 pounds of oil pressure at start. 75 when warm and 45 at idle. Runs extremely cool...Rearend gears are highway gears and I have driven the car on long distance and it's fine. It's not perfect but it's a turn key and enjoy cruiser.
Old engine picture but car has new aluminum radiator. Old one was fine(no numbers on it) until it leaked.


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#2516790 - 07/03/18 08:10 AM Re: 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter [Re: moparts]
dcastine Offline
enthusiast

Registered: 12/29/04
Posts: 399
Loc: New England
1970 Dodge Charger - REAL FC7 Plum Crazy Car - 440, auto, 3:55 SureGrip

A very nicely built, show worthy 1970 Dodge Charger R/T tribute. Born as a real FC7 Plum Crazy 318 car and transformed into what you see here. Mostly original sheet metal, 1969 440 Block, dual quads, HD727 Auto, 3:55 8-3/4 Suregrip, frame connectors, PS, PDB (Wilwood in front), carpeted trunk area, electric exhaust cut outs, 17x9 and 17x8 Billet road wheels, BFG Radials, LED lights everywhere, halo's up front, all new interior with upgraded, modern gauges, 6 way power seats up front, and original back seat. Body is LASER STRAIGHT and the paint is incredible - it was a cloudy day when we shot these pics - you should see this bad boy in the sun - talk about POP! No trade offers please - thanks for your interest! Signed by Richard Petty and Mr. Norm when the car was displayed at Chryslers @ Carlisle - how cool is that?!?!

Asking $64,900 obo - no trades, thanks.







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Vintage Cars Online, LLC.
Wakefield, MA
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#2516795 - 07/03/18 08:17 AM Re: 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter [Re: moparts]
dcastine Offline
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Registered: 12/29/04
Posts: 399
Loc: New England
1965 Plymouth Belvedere A990 Hemi 4spd - RARE! 1 of 9 original Hemi A990 cars built!

ALL REASONABLE OFFERS CONSIDERED!!

I am very proud to be offering one the the original NINE Hemi 4-Spd Plymouth A-990 Belvederes! There are MAYBE only two or three left IN THE WORLD! I'm looking for a very discerning Mopar collector, this car MUST go to a good home.

Super Stock, VIN RO51193546, was scheduled for assembly at the Lynch Road plant on Friday, December 22, 1964. It was later transported to Ferris Motors in Savannah, Illinois. (Note: This dealership ceased operation on June 30, 1965.) It had nothing inside except van seats and a steering wheel, manual brakes, no radio, heater, or seatbelts for that matter. In a time when the Mother Mopar had its favorites on the dole, this Super Stocker was campaigned by privateer owner/driver Larry Griffith as the ?Hurst Tornado IV.? Not many unaffiliated racers could afford the luxury of extra equipment, so Griffith?s car originally ran steel wheels all around instead of lightweight magnesium.


Complete history and documentation of vehicle is included.

BODY:
Factory ACID DIPPED front fenders, hood, scoop and doors.
Corning lightweight window glass.
Original Superstock weight - 3,210 lbs. (approx.)

ENGINE:
426 C.I. Hemi built by Ray Barton Racing Engines.
NO "RACE" MILES ON THIS ENGINE.
1965 standard bore block (all the finest parts available).
1965 NOS factory correct ALUMINUM "K" Heads
1965 NOS Magnesium Cross-Ram intake manifold with correct R3116A Holley 770 cfm carbs.
Bullet Solid camshaft with NASCAR lifters.
T&D valve train.
Correct 1965 S&S Headers - ceramic coated, Flowmaster mufflers, stainless steel exhaust - ceramic coated.

Transmission:
Factory correct aluminum cased 4-speed transmission.
Center-force Clutch (for drive-ability).
Hurst shifter and knob (original as delivered).

Rearend:
8-3/4 Mopar 4:56 SureGrip Posi rear, Moser 31-Spline axles.
Factory SuperStock leaf springs.

Interior:
Interior is the factory SuperStock - in as delivered condition.
4-Point roll cage (removable).

Wheels and tires:
Front - 5 spoke American Magnesium Wheels / 7.10-15 BFG Silvertown Tires.
Rear - 6" steel powder coated wheels / 15x10 Radar/Mickey Thompson notched slicks.

THIS CAR IS READY TO RACE or SHOW! Must be seen to be fully appreciated!

The car's owner believes that even extremely rare tin ought to be out vulcanizing the pavement, not turning green in some kind of still-life exhibit. And since hot rodders tend to be individualists, this icon is the epitome of a steel-clawed monster: a stick-shift Hemi racer. "No one else has anything like it on the street!"

This unusual ride is one of three authentic Plymouth A990 factory four-speed S/S cars known to exist. As a matter of fact, the ultimate factory-built doorslammer is more than alive? It flatout thunders. Though it hasn't the cache of a Ferrari or a Cobra, it's a whole lot more exclusive!

Asking $179,000 obo










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Dave Castine
Vintage Cars Online, LLC.
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#2516818 - 07/03/18 09:30 AM 62 Belvedere [Re: moparts]
sixpackbee Offline
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Registered: 11/02/03
Posts: 2965
Loc: Western New York
For sale. 1962 Plymouth Belvedere. This is a car you have to drive. 318, three speed manual transmission, manual drum brakes and manual steering. This car will not do anything for you. Nor will it tell you what to do or when to do it. If you want to remember what it was like to really drive and not just be a passenger this car does it. Presentable paint. Interior is nice. Mechanically great. Have over 10k in receipts from the previous owners. Body is solid with the drivers floor area needing a little attention. Wheel houses, door lips, trunk all solid. Slight damage to left rear quarter have pictures. Trim is mostly decent. Gauges do not work but has AutoMeter gauges under the dash for oil, water, & charging. Speedometer cable needs to be replaced. This car gets driven quite a bit and has never let us down. Rebuilt Trans. Clutch, master cylinder all new recently. Front end redone and aligned. New tires too. Being it is a manual brake/steering car, a post car, and has clutch pedal I was going to make a Max Wedge clone but really too busy right now and have too many other projects so this one is up for sale. Offered at 9500. Could not load pictures as they are all too big. Feel free to contact me for them or any questions at hek@supercarrestorations.com or PM me here.

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#2516856 - 07/03/18 11:23 AM Re: 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter [Re: moparts]
mopar-addiction Offline
enthusiast

Registered: 01/23/03
Posts: 324
Loc: N.H.
1968 Plymouth Road Runner

Previously raced in New England in the 70's by John Taylor, owner of Taylors Texaco in Dracut MA as THE COAL MINER.
I've owned this car for 32 years and have decided it's time to let it go.
The car currently only has 32,000 miles, all original sheet metal including quarter panels, always in heated garaged since I've owned it.
Have clean NH title
Have broadcast sheet
Original 383 numbers matching engine
727 manual valve body, reverse shift pattern, high stall convertor
Hurst dual gate shifter
Mopar Purple Shaft P4452993 (280 duration/.474" lift)
Edelbrock DP4B intake
Aluminum heads
Aluminum water pump
Holley 700 mechanical secondaries
FBO custom curved electronic vacume advance distributor w/FBO Black box regulator
Front disc brake conversion
Flaming River steering box
Magnum Force tubular upper control arms

k-c@comcast.net
603-296-5738
26k or best offer
Car is located in Hudson NH



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#2518951 - 07/07/18 05:42 PM Re: 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter [Re: moparts]
Demonbrad Offline
mopar

Registered: 08/05/03
Posts: 461
Loc: Phoenix, AZ
1967 Belvedere I

This is a pretty decent AZ car. Don't let the weird splotchy paint job fool you, it really is pretty straight. This is a mostly complete car. Originally a slant 6 auto trans. No engine or trans now, just about the only things missing. Comes with a 1974 car 440 with forged crank and 727. Manual drum brakes and manual steering, 8 3/4 rear end, no ac. All the glass is good, all the interior is there, all wiring is there and looks good. Interior floors have rust! The rest of the car is decent. Good trunk. Minor rust here and there. Hard to find 2 door post cars anymore. Would make a sweet super stock car. Or throw a 440/727 or a 4 speed in it and go beat on it as is.

$1500 clean AZ title

https://phoenix.craigslist.org/cph/cto/d/1967-plymouth-belvedere-with/6623804819.html
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#2519226 - 07/08/18 03:11 PM 1969 Sport Satellite Convertible [Re: moparts]
70mopars Offline
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Registered: 11/25/03
Posts: 48
Loc: Florida
1969 Sport Satellite Convertible Numbers matching motor, tranny, body, buildsheet, fendertag, original invoice, window sticker. 318 column auto, air, buckets, PS/PDB. Reliable driver, older restoration needs TLC. $17,000 or best reasonable offer. (Also selling my entire mopar parts collection, posting in another section, Parts Collection, contact me for details. $18,000 or best reasonable offer.) Take everything for an even better deal. Car is located in South Florida. Henry 70mopars@bellsouth.net 786-508-1957 Text or leave message.

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#2519481 - 07/09/18 11:16 AM 1969 ROAD RUNNER [Re: 70mopars]
moparmafia Offline
mopar

Registered: 01/01/07
Posts: 534
Loc: Ky
Selling my 69 roadrunner but dont really know the going price. The original floors and trunk pans are almost rust free. The frame all looks great except 1 spot. Its an original orange car and i have a clear Ky title, vin tag, fender tag and body numbers all match. I dont have the motor or transmission but i do have a core 383 that comes with it. The fiberglass hood and wheels dont go with it. I have a stock hood but it is rusty. The only thing i done was put a nice deck lid and passenger door on the car. There is one spot in the trunk pan from something hitting it. I do not have the front seat. I am asking 6500 but will listen to offers. Located in leitchfield, Ky 42754 and i can store the car for 90 days if needed. Might be able to have delivered.
call or text 270-230-3272.


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#2520198 - 07/10/18 06:46 PM 1969 Charger 383 Magnum. Texas clean car $53,500 [Re: moparmafia]
Dartman440 Offline
pro stock

Registered: 12/02/04
Posts: 1332
Loc: Southern Michigan
I am bringing this to Carlisle Thursday and leaving Saturday afternoon @ 4 pm. This was bought new from Garland Motor Company in Littlefield, Texas on April 14th 1969. It is a real H code 383 Magnum. Air Conditioning. Bucket seats. Column shift. AM 8 track stereo. Power steering. Manual brakes. Rally 150 speed with clock. 84,000 original miles. Both owners were in their 80's. Original owner passed away in 2008. All owner history. All matching numbers drivetrain and body numbers. Still has the original carb, point dist etc. Runs and drives awesome. This is one of the quick 383 magnums not the 15:8 ones. Very unmolested. Original tan interior. The car was Honey Bronze T3. Original owner painted it F5 red in 2003. New black vinyl top. New 17" mags and new tires. I have the original 14" magnum 500's. This car is super clean. Still has all the markings on the rear end housing etc. I have the buildsheet and some dealer paperwork. 1969 Chargers are hard to find in this condition. Still has the original jack and spare wheel. Still has the glove box owners manual etc. 3.23 open rear end.
Truly a good hard to find car.


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#2520833 - 07/11/18 10:47 PM Re: 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner [Re: Dartman440]
Greg Offline
super stock

Registered: 05/24/04
Posts: 789
Loc: SC
I am helping sell my brother's car located in Northern Illinois. He is selling the car complete and is also throwing in the 383 motor and all the original parts to put back to stock. He has owned this beautiful roadrunner since 1987. Original air grabber hood, original radiator, everything to put back to stock. Original Vitamin C paint and burnt orange interior car. Original invoice and paperwork available. Currently: 499 stroker 700 HP - Mid 10 second car at 3700+ pounds. Have all the engine build information Stage 6 Heads with port work 1050 Dominator Carburetor Aluminum radiator 727 Transmission - reverse valve body w/griner trans-brake Calvert Caltracs Split mono leaf springs Rancho 9 way adjustable shocks 8 3/4 rear end - aftermarket axles Weld draglites Car is located in Northern Illinois and is available by appointment. We can FaceTime, text or email additional photos for out of state buyers.

$35,000
803-554-6648

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#2521521 - 07/13/18 03:03 PM Re: 70 Back - B Body Cars For Sale - 3rd Quarter [Re: moparts]
67R/T4speeder Offline
pro stock

Registered: 02/03/07
Posts: 1493
Loc: Pismo Beach,California
1966 Coronet 440 station wagon:
This has been my wife's do everything daily driver for many years, and she bought it from the original owners here local San Luis Obispo. The original owner was a traveling musician and put just under 500,000 miles on him and gave us pile of maintenance receipt's which are fun to go through. It still has the Poly 318 and the 727 and the 8 3/4 which have all been gone through and they all perform like a top.It does leak oil some and does not smoke. It could go on a long trip right now if needed. Certi-card still present along with fender tag.
It had a cheap Maaco paint job on it before we got it and there prep work wasn't very good as it has some bubbling now in different areas, but is very solid California car, I believe the tailgate is the worst around the hinge area. I do not find any floor rot at all. The paint still shines and is a 10 footer.

The interior is worn as its a daily driver car it needs seats redone. No one has ever smoked in the car. We have a ton of pics of all the flaws we can share along with stories of this survived long roof.

asking $14,500.00 or best offer

1 805 441 1348 or pm message
Andy


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