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  1. Chris Cartech
    05-03-2017 05:56 PM - permalink
    Chris Cartech
    I am Chris with CarTech Books. We are the leading publisher of aftermarket and tech manuals for domestic muscle. I wanted to see if you might be interested in writing a review on here if we sent you a free book. No obligation just an honest to goodness review containing your personal opinions of the book. Please let me know. My email is [email][email protected]

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    Chris Fierek
    Cartechbooks.com
  2. 71RR383
    11-21-2015 11:25 AM - permalink
    71RR383
    Need some help if you are available in diagnosing a stall problem. Have a LA 318 with a 904. Idles in "P" and "N" great, goes into gear and it nearly stalls out. Put into D1 or D2, forget about going anywhere. Not sure on any of the engine specs.
  3. fivefivem
    05-18-2014 06:47 PM - permalink
    fivefivem
    just bought a 69 dart; have a 440 & 727 i was thinking about putting in the dart. understand you have done this? wondering what i would be getting into? thanks, mike
  4. tylerrogers
    02-19-2013 07:12 AM - permalink
    tylerrogers
    hey I was just wondering if you could help me out? I need help with my 1983 Plymouth duster, I wanna fix it up or restore it, but idk where to start can you help me out?
  5. Gorts 5th
    12-11-2012 07:16 AM - permalink
    Gorts 5th
    i was thinking the "my big time swap"would be a good one for starters what's your opinion? i'm not really clear on how a post might work to help a visitor or a member?
    a few members from Farley diplomat wanted me to post my swap at there page, but i would rather them visit or join here to read the post, that's probably why we got the m-body influx the other week. some complained they couldn't see the pic's. as a visitor, i asked them to join hec it don't cost you nothin! And there is allot of good advice here.
  6. bremereric
    04-15-2012 09:17 PM - permalink
    bremereric
    klayton9 Visitor messages are easily missed and not a good way to contact someone. You should PM someone. Guage cluster will be a eggbay or wanted parts find. The Dash pad can be had at Year One.
  7. klayton9
    04-15-2012 12:44 PM - permalink
    klayton9
    or not lol
  8. klayton9
    04-10-2012 10:09 PM - permalink
    klayton9
    Hey man, I am new to the forums and everywhere I look for advice or something to read and learn, it seems you have posted on it. So I decided to message you. I am building a 1974 Duster, and am getting pretty close to getting her running. Swapped out the slant6 for a 318 .30 over. Now, I am trying to complete restore the interior, and am solely focused on my dash area. Know anywhere I can find whole instrument clusters or gauges? And a new dash. Mine is ripped and torn. Any advice would be great. Only 19 and trying to learn the ins and outs of the mopar life. thanks a ton
  9. bremereric
    04-03-2012 08:54 AM - permalink
    bremereric
    Justin someone has to nominate your car.
  10. Justin Ward
    04-03-2012 08:23 AM - permalink
    Justin Ward
    Hey brem, Just curious how do I get on mopar of the month? Id love to see a duster on there regardless mine or another. Seems to be missing on there haha

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  • About bremereric
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    Houston, Texas
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    Cars and women
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    Vice President of Production
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    1977 Dodge Aspen R/T
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    1977 Dodge Aspen R/T...318 with four speed tranny....8 1/4 rear with 355 gears....20,828 original miles...



    1968 Dodge Dart 440....final lift .580 roller motor...8 3/4" rear with 355 Auburn posi unit..727 tranny with reverse manual valve body what a blast to drive....

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