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  1. #1
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    Default 70 Challenger - White Whale

    Challenger.

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    More Pictures
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    A few more.
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    400 block? What is inside?
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    It's a 400 block with a 500 stroker kit in it. It pretty much gets it on!

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    I vote for Challengrrrr... hah

    Antagnist?

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    Oppugnt!

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    Default 70 Challenger (haven't came up with a cool name yet)

    Wahoo! Always good to see another E body on the board!
    "No he's not a mechanic, just hired help..."

    1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe
    GEN III 5.7 Hemi - A-833 4Speed ~ CANbus integration

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    Awesome start! Whats with the funky steering shaft? I recommend the newer Borgeson steering box. And I also know some one who can make a bracket to adapt a GM Type 2 pump to your BB.

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    This is sweet! Im a diehard ford guy but next build will be a charger or challenger! Subscribed.
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    The funky steering shaft is I had to make it because someone in the passed welded the old manual stuff solid so I had to cut it out because the power steering is shorter than the manual gear box. Its a firm feel steering box, I haven't picked up a power steering pump yet so I would be interested in going with a gm pump. PM me with the details please and thank you.

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    As a MOPAR guy, I'm in love with it. Always wanted an early 70's Challenger. Great find.
    Evan

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    Best color for it! Looking good so far.
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    Which color is best? White/black or lime green?

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    I don't know, the new Sublime is pretty freakin sweet...
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    This is the pump bracket I have one more of...

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    Looking to sell? Yeah the sublime is a great color.

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    Been a while since I've gotten anything for my challenger since I've been putting so much attention toward my nova but I did get some new coil overs in for it. Not sure how long before I order a ridetech 4-link for the rear and put them on the front but I got them now.
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    Nice coilovers. What size tires do you have on with the Boss 338's?

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    Thanks. My front tires are 245/45/18 and the rears are 305/50/20. They are way to tall so I have been meaning to down size to 295/45/20 so I can run a KDW in the rear.

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    Waiting on my pulley to come in so I can finally have power steering. It's a close fit with me keeping the battery under the hood but I'm not ready to move it to the trunk just yet so I'm glad it fit for now.
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