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Fun weekend at Mopars At The Strip 2017 Las Vegas, slant six class champion.
the buzzin half dozen.
Ok Slanters! I believe I've posted my SL6 car here before, it's not an A-body, but it's the only classic car I own and it is a Slant-6 Mopar car. Hope you lean over folks like it! This car was built on the first day of production in 1969 off LA assy. line.
Here is mine
225, headers, 500 cfm, cam 490 lift, 8 3/4.
moparman73 - What kind of headers and intake manifold. Any issues installing
Moparman73, great looking Dart Swinger, 70 I believe, really looks good in the blue color. You've also upped the performance value of your 225, that really makes for an interesting combination. I too increased the efficiency and maybe gained some HP along the way with mine. I added the Super Six and a 2bbl carter from a 318 with open element K&N to breathe a little easier. Mopar elect. Ign., orange box, Accel coil. Hooker Headers 3 into 1, real dual 2.25" alum. Exhaust w/ H pipe crossover. 2 glasspacks, chrome tips out the back. Auto.(904), B&M Shift Improver, and Quicksilver shifter. In the back an 8 3/4, 742 case, 3.23 gear set. It all works, I'm happy with car and engine choice.
Heres another picture
Moparman73, beautifully detailed, what year is the 225 you used? CFM on carb, who makes your headers? I have an Offenhauser alum. 4 bbl intake w/ a 390 CFM Holly 2 bbl Holly carb. But, with no real internal changes to my 225, it's still sitting on garage bench. I believe I'm fine where it is right now. Mildly warm. This was my daily driver for years back and forth to work. 125K on engine now. 3rd engine. Thanks, Al
/sixchall, clifford headers, edelbrock 500 cfm. Early 70''s engine.
Form somewhere in North Dakota, on a road trip a few years back.
66 Valiant 100, /6 three on the tree. A Plain Jane survivor in almost unmolested condition. All original paint, exterior, interior, engine, drivetrain, etc. other than some idiot that cut out the radio tabs for a modern stereo.
Taken yesterday at work: 1968 Dodge Dart Overlooking a Field by aholter, on Flickr
Slant 6 225 in my 69 Vert.
Mike, hey buddy great looking Barracuda, love the color. We're the exterior and interior colors factory? I'd like to see what you did with the engine, maybe some pics. Especially if it's the SL6. Thanks, Al
Hello all here is my 1972 Scamp. This car has 49,000 miles on her,got it when my aunt passed away.She had 32,000 on her when we got her.
Wow! That is one clean Scamp. Something really great to inherit, the wheels add a sporty touch. She's a keeper alright. Engine bay is really clean. 49,000 miles is barely broke in, I wish I could claim a low original mileage like that on mine, but mine is like 562,000 Again a beautiful looking car.
The previous owner had it painted a close B7 blue. The fender tag shows B7. The white interior is now cleaned. It was filthy. Under the hood is the org. slant 6. I haven't done anything to it yet. I'm working in trunk right now, then the underside( Rust proofing it), then the under the hood and then I'm going to do a Formula S Grille treatment. I restored my back panel to look like a Formula S. I'll post a veideo if I can figure how to do it. That's my orignal plain Jane rea tail panel I resotred and turned into a Formula S. I found a NOS Fish emblem for the rear panel. Fishy emblem cost me $100. View attachment 1715053901
Very nice looking paint job on the slant 6. What did you do for prep before painting it Corporate Blue??
I agree that blue paint on there really gives it a I just purchased it new yesterday look. Mine was also the same corporate blue w/ black accessories, until I messed with it with all the bright work. Engine will be painted, race Hemi orange, I like the way it compliments the engine bay color.
Here's my 1974 with original paint.
That's a keeper!
This is mine, fresh amber poly sherwood