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AspenSE’s 1977 Dodge Aspen

The Green Machine

  • Engine Size
    N/A
  • HP
    320
  • 0-60 Time
    6.2
  • Weight
    N/A
  • 1/4m sec
    N/A
  • Torque
    N/A
  • Top Speed
    135 mph
  • Exterior Color
    N/A
  • Interior Color
    N/A
  • Drivetrain Mopar Transmission

    Date Installed
    Apr. 25, 2010

    Installed 04/25/2010

  • Chassis & Suspension Mopar Springs

    Date Installed
    Apr. 25, 2010

    Installed 04/25/2010

  • Ignitions & Electrical Mopar Ignition

    Date Installed
    Oct. 18, 2009

    Installed 10/18/2009

  • Exhaust Hooker Header

    Date Installed
    Oct. 18, 2009

    Installed 10/18/2009

  • Air & Fuel Delivery Edelbrock Intake

    Date Installed
    Oct. 18, 2009

    Installed 10/18/2009

  • Engines & Components Mopar Engine Comps.

    Date Installed
    Oct. 18, 2009

    Installed 10/18/2009

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Comments (10)
  • AspenSE
    Well it seems I've been taking three steps forward four steps back. Get through with a whole page and "server is too busy" or some other random crash. So I've just been adding little bits at a time.
  • PureBusiness
    So how is it going for you with the new page that happens to be right in the middle of restorations to Car Domain? It must be a drag.
  • AspenSE
    My plans are to keep it a lot the way it is and do some things to the motor. (just heads and intake now) 1/2 the mods weren't done when the pictures were taken and the rest are invisible anyway. I'd just like to make it look like a factory 1977 318 4 barrel even though there weren't any. The rest I want to look true to the car's beginnings or to whatever I please. It's a cream puff and I like it as such. Just would like it to be a quick cream puff. Later I think I may make a few suspension mods and I am adding a few interior things. All the woodgrain looks so lonely with that semi-decent green wheel so I have a simulated woodgrain Barry Grant to match it. That and a small column-mount tach.
  • AspenSE
    Thanks. I'm still working on the page.
  • PureBusiness
    Cool car!
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