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    1. #1
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      Project Cottonmouth

      This is just the beginning of my latest project. It a 1967 Dodge D100 shortbed that's getting a Gen III Viper engine, trans and rear end from a 05 Ram SRT10 chassis I bought. I also hope to use the brakes and anything else I can.

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    2. #2
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      What is the difference in wheelbase?
      Michael Mosley
      1968 Barracuda
      Plano, TX

      https://www.pro-touring.com/threads/...in-Plano-Texas

    3. #3
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      You look close at that frame and you can see that the front section with the 4 body mounts is spliced into by the rear rails with the rear 2 body and box mounts. Point being, the front sections are all the same for all wheelbases of the 1500's. I would use that new frame and do whatever needed to make it work unless you're wanting less weight. $$$ wise that would be an excellent choice since the SRT10's have a huge following as far Mopar aftermarket support goes. Edit: I've been wrong many times before, actually upon looking closer, there are 2 splices and the middle section is what needs taken out and the rear cab mounts would still be the rear cab mounts on a standard cab and the middle cab mounts would get the boot.

    4. #4
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      iŽa m 67-72 c10 fan but you project is awesome

    5. #5
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    6. #6
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      Awesome project... really looking forward to this one

    7. #7
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      Saw a long bed today. Yours is going to be an awesome build.
      Stephen

    8. #8
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      Tin i cant wait to see the progress of this build.Your 63 Dart is 1 badass car.You need to sneak this build in somewhere on Forabodiesonly too.

    9. #9
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      I don't think a direct bolt on is in the cards. Not only is the wheelbase off by a mile, the track is wider, plus the height is a major concern. The chassis is being delivered tomorrow, I will be doing a lot of measuring to see what my options are. I probably won't get started on it till the winter, I have to finish two other cars first, then I will be able to hit it hard.

    10. #10
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      This is the same swap ive been wanting to do to my 72 d100 cant wait to see more of this
      72 dodge D100, 66 Plymouth Sportfury, 98 Ram SS/T

    11. #11
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      Do you have a build thread on your dart?

    12. #12
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      Quote Originally Posted by low68 View Post
      Do you have a build thread on your dart?
      Here you go..

      http://www.forabodiesonly.com/mopar/...ad.php?t=63294

    13. #13
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      I love that rendering. If you pull it off in that style it will be awesome.

      Dr G

    14. #14
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      This is going to be pretty bad ass when completed, good luck with her!
      Robert R.
      1988 S10 blazer 5.0L SBC 700R4 body off build.
      1991 S10 Blazer 4.3L too low daily.
      1975 Cutlass Salon currenlty 350/th350
      Stupidity should be painful.

    15. #15
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      Not a lot to update, but I did have the Dana 60 narrowed 6", and I have been trying to figure out how to use the large (15") front brakes on an aftermarket Mustang 2 type suspension. So I decided to design up my own spindles to use the SRT front hubs, discs, and calipers, but they have the same geometry as a set of Wilwood Pro spindles.
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    16. #16
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      Very cool project ! Even so my garage is "Ford only" I always liked the looks of these Dodge trucks. Looking forward to see more.

      Kai
      Hanau/Germany

    17. #17
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      Who did the rendering? It is fantastic!

    18. #18
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      Quote Originally Posted by Street-Garage View Post
      Very cool project ! Even so my garage is "Ford only" I always liked the looks of these Dodge trucks. Looking forward to see more.

      Kai
      Hanau/Germany
      Thanks.

      Quote Originally Posted by Peter Mc Mahon View Post
      Who did the rendering? It is fantastic!
      Ben Hermance from Hermance Design did the Photoshop, that is my actual truck.

    19. #19
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      looking forward to your progress Tin. check this link out

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    20. #20
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      I've seen this build before, it was on a European website ( the text was in Swedish ). It's a cool build, I was hoping to steal some ideas....;-)

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