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in new york i worked at for since i was 16.funny i worked at ford but drove dodge my whole life.i always go for the underdogs but i built some beautiful cuda and chargers but i built a rare 1978 dodge ramcharger convertible.from frame up 30 inches of lift all spring.dana 60`s front and back with 513 gears.replaced the automatic with a four speed.360 police interceptor motor with rv cam,side pipes,ladder bars and 44 inch tires on custom made eaton wheels that where 14 1/2 inches wide..1970 amc pacer big bad orange and replaced all the brown interior with black interior and had a custom soft top made.any one else build or buy any cool car or truck post it would be great to see them.i had to put 35 inch tires on it just to lower it enough to take off the metal top.but that is not a truck you would see around it came convertible from 76 to 79..
 

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Thanks shooter

awesome build mopar !!
god gave me a gift to be able to work with my hands and patience and determination.i just rip things apart. Anything and i will get it back together.i never see myself fail.i have not.i strive for excellence in everything i do and work very hard at it.i have many hobbies,i fancy myself a writer and an artist.i could basically build a house and i can tear anything mechanical down and fix it or restore it or make it like i did my ramcharger.this is not a muscle car board but i have many beautiful cars i refinished or rodded out all mopar.hence moparman1911.i love mopar,i am a man and my favorite pistol is a 1911 so go figure.thanks again shooter.
 

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god gave me a gift to be able to work with my hands and patience and determination.i just rip things apart. Anything and i will get it back together.i never see myself fail.i have not.i strive for excellence in everything i do and work very hard at it.i have many hobbies,i fancy myself a writer and an artist.i could basically build a house and i can tear anything mechanical down and fix it or restore it or make it like i did my ramcharger.this is not a muscle car board but i have many beautiful cars i refinished or rodded out all mopar.hence moparman1911.i love mopar,i am a man and my favorite pistol is a 1911 so go figure.thanks again shooter.
MoparMan, you and i are a lot alike in many ways! here are some of my favorite things.

fist set are my current 1911's. an American Classic II Commander in hard chrome that i did some mild custom work to. the next is my Remington R1 Enhanced that is a very good shooter, and my SA Loaded Micro Compact 45 that is one of my favorite 1911's i own.

my Dodge team at home. my red 2010 Ram 1500 Q/C and my 1999 Ram 1500 Q/C 4X4 lovingly called around the household, "The Blue Beast"!
 

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very impressive...

MoparMan, you and i are a lot alike in many ways! here are some of my favorite things.

fist set are my current 1911's. an American Classic II Commander in hard chrome that i did some mild custom work to. the next is my Remington R1 Enhanced that is a very good shooter, and my SA Loaded Micro Compact 45 that is one of my favorite 1911's i own.

my Dodge team at home. my red 2010 Ram 1500 Q/C and my 1999 Ram 1500 Q/C 4X4 lovingly called around the household, "The Blue Beast"!
axxe55 i also see the connection we both have a strong love for things,you have to be great first you love dodge then 1911.that is hard to come by.i would like to get to know you better and i try to look through every post and thread to see if i can add a compliment or help in any way.like i said how could i not like a guy who loves his dodges and 1911`s axxe55 your a cool kat in my book and i would stand with you in any way i can if you are in need my fine mopar 1911 friend...
 

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axxe55 i also see the connection we both have a strong love for things,you have to be great first you love dodge then 1911.that is hard to come by.i would like to get to know you better and i try to look through every post and thread to see if i can add a compliment or help in any way.like i said how could i not like a guy who loves his dodges and 1911`s axxe55 your a cool kat in my book and i would stand with you in any way i can if you are in need my fine mopar 1911 friend...
thank you MoparMan! i have always liked Mopars and 1911's. my brother is even a bigger Mopar fanatic than i am, but he's not really into guns as much. here's a project of his we have been working on for over 13 years and it's finally getting closer to completion.

1966 Dodge Charger. originally a 383 w/2bbl carb and automatic transmission, factory A/C, P/S, P/B, full gauge package.

engine has been upgraded with an aluminum intake painted factory engine color, 4bbl Carter carb, little larger than stock camshaft, ported and polished heads, plus newer electronic ignition, newer type starter and alternator, Magnum cast iron exhaust manifolds, ect. will have A/C.

car was painted in the original color, dark green metallic, but we used a basecoat/clearcoat instead of a single stage. interior will be redone back in the factory color of black. has the rear bucket seats and full length console.
 

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I like to say I was saved by cars once. It's a long and personal story, but the results were a life long love afair with hot rods and auto racing. I prefer Fords but this is my latest and greatest.



It's real built to SCCA general competition rules. I can't afford to race it, so I put lights back in it and drive it on the street. It's great for advertising the business.;)
 

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love them

You guys are awesome.those are two beautiful cars.a good running dodge will beat anything out there and i worked at ford for 12 years.my pants are getting tight,lol. I am so excited at looking at two great looking mopars.the old addige mopar or no car or if you can`t dodge em ram em.i am so proud to see your mopars.i did not know what to expect when i posted my dodges but all you guys brought me back mopars.i am very,very impressed.you can`t see but i am smiling.you guys are the bomb.this board is really opening up.you should be proud, two beautiful mopars.i like you used base and clear as i painted my whole life any laquer based paint with no catalist burns up in the sun really fast,clearcoat was the way to go.i can`t say enough about your dodges.lol,this is starting to turn into a marlin,1911,mopar board i love it. You guys are great!!!!!!!!
 

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Don`t like. Love

i like to say i was saved by cars once. It's a long and personal story, but the results were a life long love afair with hot rods and auto racing. I prefer fords but this is my latest and greatest.



it's real built to scca general competition rules. I can't afford to race it, so i put lights back in it and drive it on the street. It's great for advertising the business.;)
i love it like is not enough.i love the old mopars.great car.
 

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Awesome!!!

thank you moparman! I have always liked mopars and 1911's. My brother is even a bigger mopar fanatic than i am, but he's not really into guns as much. Here's a project of his we have been working on for over 13 years and it's finally getting closer to completion.

1966 dodge charger. Originally a 383 w/2bbl carb and automatic transmission, factory a/c, p/s, p/b, full gauge package.

Engine has been upgraded with an aluminum intake painted factory engine color, 4bbl carter carb, little larger than stock camshaft, ported and polished heads, plus newer electronic ignition, newer type starter and alternator, magnum cast iron exhaust manifolds, ect. Will have a/c.

Car was painted in the original color, dark green metallic, but we used a basecoat/clearcoat instead of a single stage. Interior will be redone back in the factory color of black. Has the rear bucket seats and full length console.
what a great car we are cut from the same stone man.what a beauty she is georgeous.i had a 63 barracuda fastback with a 273 v8 but that car is a work of art.dodge lovers are the underdogs but richard petty sure loved them and he is the godfather of nascar.i can`t say enough.yes i can,lol.have your friends if they have any to post mopars.that would be a blast to see cool dodge cars and trucks.loving it!!!!!!!!
 

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I just couldn't resist:D

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Only car I have left is this one, the '72 RS/SS Camaro


1979 Z, super, super clean and nice, sold 10/2011


'70 RS Camaro with a very nasty 406ci small block and Borg Warner Super T-10, 4.56 possi 12 bolt. Way over geared. And a '67 Chevelle that has too many changes to list. Both sold to help pay for the '72 Camaro drag car.
 

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there u go...

Only car I have left is this one, the '72 RS/SS Camaro


1979 Z, super, super clean and nice, sold 10/2011


'70 RS Camaro with a very nasty 406ci small block and Borg Warner Super T-10, 4.56 possi 12 bolt. Way over geared. And a '67 Chevelle that has too many changes to list. Both sold to help pay for the '72 Camaro drag car.
beautiful cars boys,mopar,chevy,ford,refinish,not refinish show em.it would be great to see them all.those are some beautiful pieces you have there very nice.love to see the old muscle cars,hot rod trucks or monster trucks even a clean daily driver from past years would be nice.thank you for posting you should be proud of your fine machines.mopar
 
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