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    Cool car, I've restored a few of them myself. I don't think anyone made a quarter panel any longer than that.

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    Thanks Len! Yea she's a whale of a car. I was fortunate enough to find her garaged kept mostly. Body is fairly straight and rust free.

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    Looks to be a nice old car. And yes use to work on those when almost new!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len View Post
    Cool car, I've restored a few of them myself. I don't think anyone made a quarter panel any longer than that.
    no kidding! break out the long board for that one...
    b marler

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    Quote Originally Posted by tommie.b View Post
    Looks to be a nice old car. And yes use to work on those when almost new!!!!
    Thanks! This is an original west trenton NJSP car with the HP 440 engine. She LOVES gas lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmarler View Post
    no kidding! break out the long board for that one...
    Lol I've invested in a 30" durablock it should do the trick👍

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    A few more photos. My 440 built by Medford Speed and 727 built by Ziggy👍

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    Is that Medford Speed in Vincentown NJ ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Len View Post
    Is that Medford Speed in Vincentown NJ ?
    Yea, red lion rd. right next to McCarter Alloys...right up from red lion inn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 71Fury View Post
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    A few more photos. My 440 built by Medford Speed and 727 built by Ziggy👍
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    That one picture with the exhaust going through the wall looks like it's on a dyno. If that's the case then how much hp is producing ?

    I see it has an Edelbrock carburetor and I have had excellent experience with those carbs. Much better than the original Carter carb. I had a '71 Charger R/T with 440 magnum that scooted right along, loved gas also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil V View Post
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    That one picture with the exhaust going through the wall looks like it's on a dyno. If that's the case then how much hp is producing ?

    I see it has an Edelbrock carburetor and I have had excellent experience with those carbs. Much better than the original Carter carb. I had a '71 Charger R/T with 440 magnum that scooted right along, loved gas also.
    Yea i had it dyno'd after the cam was broken in. The low rise intake and HP exhaust manifolds are holding it back, but the mill made 488ft/lbs of torque at 3400rpm and 410 horsepower at 4900rpm. The 750 edelbrock worked ok, but I'm going to use a holley street demon 750 once the engine is installed in the car. Should push the old girl nicely with 3.23 rear gear. It's a highway road cruiser

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