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    2068 dodge charger 300

    i found another 1968 dodge charger in a junkyard that was way too far gone to restore so instead i started combining it with a 2006 chrysler 300, i dont know if this looks complicated, but this was actually really simple. cost effective too, the charger shell was $750 and the 300 was $2200 so for $3000 i have a 68 charger with a/c 4 wheel disc brakes, overdrive and fuel injection.

    and for some reason im having problems with pictures.
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    Your build should be interesting. I hope you post a lot of pictures. That is so out of my skill level I can't even imagine trying to do that.
    Proud owner of several "time release" ferrous oxide projects.
    74 Thing 85 F250
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    84 Jetta 88 Corcia
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    69 Bug 01 International 20' box
    (added-82 Jetta -81 Rabbit truck-both diesel)

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