Growing up, Dale Renner was surrounded by Mopars that would play an important part in his childhood and shape his passion for cars. “For as long as I can remember, I have always been into Mopars. When I was young, my Dad had a beautiful ’73 Road Runner and my Mom had a ’73 Duster 340 that I absolutely loved!”, says Dale.
I'll be picking up cars in Florida in April, also Arizona in April or May, so I can haul your stuff between Minnesota and those places, or could pick up somewhere in between. 28' enclosed trailer, dually truck, I'm not in the hauling business so I don't insure your stuff, but I have a CDL with 100's of thousands of miles accident free. Please contact Joel at hemi67gtx at yahoo.com
I was going to stick this in the G3 thread, but thought I would put it out there separately so as to not get that one too far off track. Opinions are welcome, real world experience appreciated
Drag race (not a TnT car, real racing) 400+ inches, NA, carb, reasonably flat torque curve, 800-850HP, mid 8s @160MPH at 23-2400#, reliable, 150-175 runs/year changing oil and adjusting valves and a freshen over the winter. None of this is exotic or unusual.
Starting with nothing, LA, LA/P7 or G3? Why? Budget needed for each? I will assume a Ritter or R3 block for an LA combo.
The dash panel is the quintessential part of any vehicle interior. You do not want it to just be there and function, you want it to be talked about. Going to a show or cruising down the road, the dash is something you can’t look away from. With companies creating reproduction parts with new materials and technology, the dash panel is now an area that can be a true stand out. Classic Dash gives you that creativity with their ‘67-’69 Barracuda, ‘70-’71 A-Body Rallye Dash Panel.
I'm trying to figure out what color the grille needs to be on my 68 GTX project. Some of the pictures I see show the grille being black and others show it more of an argent silver color. Can anyone provide any insight as to what is correct or were both used during that year? Thanks for any help.