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Updated on Mar 05, 2013
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I’ve owned this car for seven years. It’s my third Mopar. I had a Slant 6 powered 63 Valiant convertible in college in the late 80s. I had a 383 powered 70 Fury III convertible in the mid-90s. To quote Al Pacino, "Every time I try to get out, they keep pulling me back in!"
Big Block B-body Rust-free California car with original drivetrain & paint 361 Commando V8 with floor shift 727 automatic Black bucket seat interior with center console Built at the Lynch Road assembly plant in Detroit, Michigan
Modifications Master Power disc brakes Edelbrock Performer 383, dual-plane, high performance manifold Edelbrock 600cfm carburetor with electric choke Hooker Super Competition headers Flowmaster dual exhaust Mopar Performance electronic ignition Accel Super Stock coil Street cam K&N Air Cleaner filter with chrome air cleaner cover 15 x 8 Magnum 500s BF Goodrich Radial T/A 235/60/15s front, 255/60/15s rear Juliano's retractable 3-point shoulder harness
At the Seattle Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup 2006
At the Seattle Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup 2004
Master Power disc brake kit
Goodbye scary single chamber master cylinder
Hello power disc brakes!
NOS 67 headrests
Dig the rusty valve covers
Trim is in pretty good shape
255s fit just right in back
Still, thinking mini tubs might be cool...
How to mini tub a 60s Mopar
Factory undercoating on a California car. How cool is that?
Juliano's retractable 3-point shoulder harness install (done before the headrests)
No build sheet, but no rust either
All original back seats
Trunk before with slight surface rust. Note the factory spackle paint. Chrysler started painting trunks body color later in the model year.
I need the rear-most section of the center console. Looks like this. Let me know if you have one for sale.
Next Torsion bars, leaf springs, shocks Auto Meter gauges Keystone Klassics
35,399 Satellites were built in 1966 4,149 hardtops were built with the 361 2-bbl (754 4-speed cars) 7,795 hardtops were built with the 383 4-bbl (3,929 4-speed cars) 817 hardtops were built with the 426 Hemi (534 4-speed cars) 384 verts with the 361 (73 4-speed cars) 489 verts with the 383 and only 27 Hemi verts!!!
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what Lori said I'm startled that a student able to make $5559 in a few weeks on the internet. have you read this website wow83.com
Very nice looking car !
Original paint? Amazing! What a beautiful car. What product did you use in the trunk?
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