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Inspired Performance
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Here are a few pics from Hot Aug Nights in Reno.

View from the skybridge at our hotel (note: more cars WERE there, but we got up late!!)



ALL original with 79K on the odometer, a sweet car!!



A BAD @SS Hemi!!



Factory Mopar Race Car:



More pics available, just wanted to get a few up for now.
 

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The King Nitwit!
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Sweet Chris, lay more on us. You just gave us a taste, and you know our appetite!
 

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The King Nitwit!
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Come on! I'm starvin here. Give us more :not_worth
 

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Sheesh!! Patience, my good man,...:wink:





 

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GOOD MEAT TAKES A LONG TIME!
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Thanks for the pics Chris. I think we should all plan on doing that next year for sure!!! We're there many LX's representing?
 

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E skeud teñval tourioù gell
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Damn, that's my favorite body style - 68-70 B-body plymouth
 

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The cross rams were on the max wedges,starting with the 413 in 62 and continuing with the 426 wedges for 63/64 untill Hemi production started in 64. I owned a 62 max wedge 13.5 compression/425 hp and a 63 lightweight with the stage III max wedge. Actully some of the 360s from 60/61 had long tube cross ram intakes also. They were nothing like was to come in the next few years though.These cars sold for 3,200-3,500 stripped. I worked as a performance advisor for dealers in 69/70. Still have two of my original dealer/sales pricing books,Original Ramchargers parts catalogue,and other racing literature distributed to dealers at the time. Thanks for profiling the old Dodge,great views of the engine from another era.
 
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