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Old 02-12-2018, 12:45 PM   #1  
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Just bought a 1969 Roadrunner. It has a 383 and an automatic and 4 speed trans with it. it has been disassembled for restoration and has most of body work done. Needs some repair around both sides of rear window and a little on pass. side windshield pillar. I am retired and doing this for enjoyment. I had a 1969 Roadrunner with a 440 4 speed in the late 70's and sold it for $1200 running, sure wish I would have kept it. May need some help as I go through this and any help would be appreciated.
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I'm a new member, with a 66 charger in the same condition, Also retired with lots of questions. This forum is great.
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Welcome Steve and Kit..... Great projects....

Steve, Any up dates on your project?
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Taking it slow. Gonna take a while. I am putting in rear window corner patches and rear passenger quarter panel patch. Only major body repair needed,
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Taking it slow. Gonna take a while. I am putting in rear window corner patches and rear passenger quarter panel patch. Only major body repair needed,
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Good that you caught the window corner leak.... It sure makes a mess out of the trunk when a little water gets in that way... Keep us posted....
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I'm pretty fortunate, As my charger is rust free, It just needs a good paint job, some interior work, And a lot of putting things together correctly mechanically. All the right parts, just shabby installation. This one's going to be fun!!!!
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I'm pretty fortunate, As my charger is rust free, It just needs a good paint job, some interior work, And a lot of putting things together correctly mechanically. All the right parts, just shabby installation. This one's going to be fun!!!!
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