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Getting the Project Car Bug Again

Discussion in 'Gearheads' started by SMS, Feb 5, 2021.

  1. Okie4570

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    I've watched several 66'-77' broncos roll across BJ and Mecum and the announcers and have given out incorrect info and stats before. I have zero idea what's correct on the 11 you guys are referring to, just that what they say isn't always correct.
     
  2. Profreedomokie

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    I can't say either way if the Cuda was one of the 9 or the 2. The Mecum announcer wasn't the source I quoted in my first posting about the car. So someone other than the Mecum guy thought it was one of the 2. I don't know if a one of nine car would be worth 3.5 million dollars or not. I wouldn't mind owning the only 1970 Sport Fury GT built with a hemi.
     
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    I believe the Cuda was 1 of 2 four speed Hemi convertibles sold in the U.S. that year. They didn't mean only 2 Hemi convertibles were sold in the U.S. that year.
     
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    I believe the Cuda was 1 of 2 four speed Hemi convertibles sold in the U.S. that year. I didn't mean only 2 Hemi convertibles were sold in the U.S. that year. According to Dodge & Plymouth Muscle Car Red Book. There were seven convertibles sold . Five had shaker hoods and two were 4 speeds.
     
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    Still haven't been able to go check out the stash. Been catching up on episodes of Graveyard Cars to keep my interest up LOL
     
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    Mark F is a human encyclopedia of anything MOPAR.
     
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    Who is Mark F??

    The Mark on Graveyard Cars is Mark Worman.
     
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    I have a stash of muscle car books I use to verify car facts.
     
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    Typo. Mark W.
     
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    I might finally be able to go check out the prospects this weekend. Wish me luck...pictures always make them seem better than they are. Praying for not a lot of cancer or costly damage/lost parts and that the prices are as good as were relayed initially (wishful thinking, I know).
     
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