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Wearing my WWII helmet
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No plans to change the interior other than new seat covers. It's just a cruiser for the family. The plan for this year is to finish the side moldings and start driving it again. I'll work on the interior over the winter. I have a nice 440 waiting in the garage to be assembled. Might throw that in this winter as well.
 

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Thanks. It's far from perfect but it's also far improved from where it started. I'll post some better video when I get it insured.:smt083:smt077
 

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COOL CAR thats my fav. mopar- i like that its a wagon- put some rims on it:)
Rims are going on it as soon as the budget permits. Nothing crazy, probably just some drag stars or similar design. Maybe some Torque Thrust D's later on.
 

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The TQD's are expensive (for my budget). Anyone got any idea why they are so much more?
 

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I've run about 10 gallons of gas through that thing over the last 6 months, just idling in the garage and the driveway! I have loaded the kids up and putted around the subdivision a few times. I think all the plugs are fouled.:p
 
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