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73 Javelin 360/727 Original Survivor

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Mopar_guy Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/15/2019 at 4:09pm
Congratulations! Thumbs Up Start a thread to keep us updated. You'll be a happier person to keep it a driver - trust me on that! Wink
I'll be adding more to mine here soon with the stuff I've been working on.

"Hemilina" My 1973, 5.7 Hemi powered Javelin
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Gotcha.  Yes, I put waaayyy too much $ into my 69 Rambler (mainly the body and paint) to ever get it back out.  But one of my sons will hopefully enjoy it when I'm pushing up daisies.

The Jav will be driven often with slow progress on some of the things I mentioned.

Curious about the Hemilina, is it mainly a show car or do you drive the snot out of it?

One more question, besides peeling out, is there a tag on an AMC 20 that would allow me to determine if it is a limited slip?  In other words, what is the best way to tell from inspection?  Thanks.


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Just brought it home.  Put some wax on it by hand on the hood, driver fender and driver door.  Shines up pretty nice.  Will power buff it this weekend.

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Wow... now that's a class ride if I ever saw one! Congrats on the sweet purchase. Enjoy yourself.
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That looks better already!! Clap

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