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For A Bodies Only
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Just wondering if we have anyone with dual citizenship of the Ford and Mopar sort. Anyone else go on For A Bodies Only?

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runninpony 
I used to have dual citizenship, American-German!  Big Grin

71-73 Mustangs never die, they just go faster!
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When my son graduates university in two years a big block Mopar will be had. I really am impartial Ford, Mopar and Chevy. They all made great cars.
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I'm trying to get an underground infiltration going

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American and Italian dual citizenship here (Ford/Ferrari). I love cars in general, including Mopar and the GM marques. My father in law restores 40's and 50's US cars and sells at Carlisle. He's presently finishing up a Packard with a straight 8. You might not think it, but a straight 8 is a extremely smooth running engine. My problem with Chevy offerings is that there are just too darn many of them around. Can't look at another small block Chevy engine. I still have a soft spot for some of the more rare offerings like a '69 or '70 Chevy Nova SS 396 4 speed. I was looking for one of those as a teenager in the late 1970's, but ended up with a '68 Pontiac GTO 400 4 speed which was certainly no slouch.
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(09-22-2018, 01:07 AM)donkost Wrote: American and Italian dual citizenship here (Ford/Ferrari).  I love cars in general, including Mopar and the GM marques.  My father in law restores 40's and 50's US cars and sells at Carlisle.  He's presently finishing up a Packard with a straight 8.  You might not think it, but a straight 8 is a extremely smooth running engine.  My problem with Chevy offerings is that there are just too darn many of them around.  Can't look at another small block Chevy engine.  I still have a soft spot for some of the more rare offerings like a '69 or '70 Chevy Nova SS 396 4 speed.  I was looking for one of those as a teenager in the late 1970's, but ended up with a '68 Pontiac GTO 400 4 speed which was certainly no slouch.

How long is a straight 8

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