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  • New Stude in stable

    Recently brought home a 64 2-dr Challenger the former owner and I have been talking about for a couple of months. All the mechanical (and then some) has been done on what I was planning for the 66 2 Dr 6 cyl Commander I have. Car has a crate 350 HO engine rated at 330 hp, 4 speed Saginaw transmission and 2.73 GM rear. Interior has bucket seats and carpet with a fabricated dash. I will make changes to the interior and wheel color to red but for now - she's a DRIVER.
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    Wayne Elks

    66 Phantom Champ
    65 Cruiser
    64 Champ
    40 4-Dr Commander

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    Cute. Those wheels look to be exactly the same color as Richard Poe's entire 1964 Challenger race car he's building! BP
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    • #3
      I like the stance and overall look. Sharp. (BTW, Thanks, for changing the wheel color. LOL )

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      • #4
        Sweet. Black out the bumpers and the stainless and it's a sweet stealth ride.

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        • #5
          Everybody has red wheels.
          Klif
          55 Speedster/Street Machine
          63 Avanti R2
          64 Convertible R1

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          • #6
            Originally posted by klifton1 View Post
            Everybody has red wheels.
            Klif
            There's a young buck who lives up the street from me with fluro pink wheels on a black rice burner.... yuk
            Matt
            Brisbane
            Australia
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            • #7
              I hope to see it up close some day. You could always keep the green wheel color and call it "Kermit!"
              John Clary
              Greer, SC

              SDC member since 1975

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