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    Ran across a car I always wanted so.......

    Seeing if there is any serious interest.

    I have a thread which goes through the full build, but highlights are built as a day 2 style 80s street machine.

    http://board.moparts.org/ubbthreads/...ml#Post2116859

    BB 383 warmed over, 727 trans, pwr disc, 2700 converter, 3.55 8-3/4, +++ complete ready to cruise, only needs a few little odds and ends $16k or Best Offer. Buy your kid or Wife their own Mopar, That can get beat and not lose your ass.

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    Outstanding build!

    A couple years ago we would have had a serious discussion.... Considering what you've done, I don't think your asking price is too far off the market. It would be interesting to get an assessment from Grundy or Hagerty.

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    Seems like almost yesterday that you could have had $20K in drivetrain alone and be laughed at for that price in a Volare. Today, I've seen them sell for a little more than you're asking even. GLWS!
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    Oh my, I went through the ten pages of that build. I needed a napkin to wipe my face. So you want to sell this, right?

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    I keep looking at your posts too!

    After I get the move behind me and everything settles down I plan to convert the front bumper back to steel from fiberglass. I will either tuck in and modify a 76-79 bumper or an early smooth Duster bumper (to go with my existing rear Duster bumper).

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