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Re: Broadcast Sheets - L&F A Body [Re: KnuckleDuster] #2773695
05/11/20 09:06 PM
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i notice your vin number it is in found section on hamtramck site sorry misspelled it . so it very close to mine 72 340 duster VS29H2B208646

Re: Broadcast Sheets - L&F A Body [Re: blackie] #2973617
10/12/21 04:26 PM
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Looking for any information on this 1971 Duster 340 that spent most of its life in southern Washington. If you have any information, especially the fender tag, please please contact me! Thank you!

From what I can tell, it's originally a 340 automatic car, GY3 curious yellow, black hood (V24 option), A/C car, rear spoiler, etc

VIN: VS29H1E115200

719-339-5417


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Re: Broadcast Sheets - L&F A Body [Re: moparts] #3014778
02/12/22 06:22 PM
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LL29G5B221509 1975 Dodge Dart, Sport
@was a 318 (probably 2bbl-but had A/C also??? cause a 4 bbl???), white interior, A/C, A904 on the column, 8ΒΌ rear "non sure grip", one mirror drivers side, has a working AM/FM still, split bench buckets, fold down rear for package tray, bumper guards, came from OEM a "?" metal flake grey silver (that I actually like better than the red it is now, it looks more grey/light/silver in the trunk than the darker silver/grey under the hood)I'm sure the salesman put him in the right everything for the dollar...small town America is just beautiful, still today
I, like so many others, have no fender tag.
Probably taken by that Mopar owner that didn't know any better-you wouldn't remove your coil as a souvenir, and why that as one, yeah...
That being said I doubt it will ever surface.
I know the Dart was delivered to Hazeltine Motors, Hamilton, Montana 59840 April 22 of 1975, to one Tait Johnson of said village. (wish I had the info from this time period even if it was just routine) next stop was an Idaho title to the wrecking yard and rescued, and to Portland Oregon where I bought it from a real nice lady I can't find to ask-it wasn't the most pressing thing at the moment. It spent an unknown time on Hwy 91 in Ft. Hall, a wrecking yard I found some pics from and a list of things they dreamed about doing to it. I know there is at least one person out there that knows this vehicle, it's history, maybe even some old paper work, title from eons ago, a name, somebody knows something, hope your reading this!!! This link is the only history I have on her, the list of things done-ain't done, unless they put all the matching things back in place, I doubt...casting numbers are of the 905 variety, came with Edlebrock intake and heads-questionable stock cam and rotating assembly.

[img]https://www.classicdartclassifieds.com/1975-sport-318-ft-hall-id/[/img]

Sorry for long winded-hopefully tweaking someone's memory of this car, it still has the crack in the middle of the windshield, the drivers rear quarter glass is not what it came with and the rear glass has no PPG markings anywhere-may have been broken and replaced that other glass company.

Did find a build sheet under the back seat-really didn't think it would be there


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Last edited by Its_NOT_A_Duster; 03/23/22 12:18 PM. Reason: Change a numeric value...
Re: Broadcast Sheets - L&F A Body [Re: CuriousYella70] #3014781
02/12/22 06:24 PM
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I live in Southwest Washington, if there is some footwork you need done give me a yell, see if I can't help ya out some.

found broadcast sheet LM29H1B429599 - DEMON [Re: Its_NOT_A_Duster] #3096569
11/23/22 01:25 PM
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found broadcast sheet from 1971 Dodge Demon: LM29H1B429599 340 automatic (w/3.91s) FJ6 with M6X9 black buckets penguin

LOOKING FOR BUILDSHEET 71 DEMON [Re: 6bblgt] #3096686
11/23/22 10:34 PM
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Looking for the buildsheet /any paperwork for my 1971 DEMON GY3 - LM29H1B191870

340-4SPEED

Car did spend a lot of time in California in the late 90's early 2000's.

Last edited by ricomondo; 11/23/22 10:36 PM.

GY3 71 Demon 340
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