Vintage Mopar Owners: Let' see your rides!!

Discussion in 'Wheels, Wings, Mud, and Water' started by jpdylon, Nov 17, 2006.

  1. jdurbin1

    jdurbin1 Tandberg enthusiast Subscriber

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    Don't think it would have fared quite as well against the performance versions of that MB, beating up on the Pinto engine size base model 190E is not much of an accomplishment esp. if it was the typical automatic trans version. The 16-valve models with Cosworth heads and Getrag 5-speed manual gearbox would have been a different story though the price would have been considerably higher.

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  2. DonC1965

    DonC1965 Member

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    My 1965 Plymouth Barracuda, 273ci Commando V8.


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  3. ZR9B

    ZR9B Active Member

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  4. slow_jazz

    slow_jazz Lunatic Member

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    This was my wife's car when we got married.

    Car was great on gas and great in the snow. Used to drive it to work on bad snow days. Kept it till late 97 when she purchased a Ford Probe.

    1987 Plymouth Duster.
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  5. Archguy

    Archguy Life's 2 short 4 plastic speakers Subscriber

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    Not mine but was a design I always liked.

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  6. Grady Cain

    Grady Cain New Member

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    Here's what is in my garage...
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    20170513_171503.jpg 1969 1/2 A12 Super Bee
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