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Old 12-02-2019, 03:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1970 Dodge Challenger Drag Car

Selling my drag car, would trade for a comparably built rock crawler/utv plus cash

Car runs 9.6 @142 in the 1/4, all motor, full steel and full glass car, ford 9in, etc the car is setup professionally and well, no drama runs straight down the pass.

Paperwork on motor with dyno sheet from Indy.

Looking for 38k obo or trade for a fun offroad toy. Located in Sacramento, CA















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Old 12-02-2019, 03:59 PM   #2 (permalink)
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sweet ride, not a bad price at all
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Sweet ride X 2.
I used to work for Indy Cylinder Heads...How was your customer experience with Russ Flagle?
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Old 12-04-2019, 06:32 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Ordered the motor nearly 10 years ago now, can remember who i talked to but i had a very positive experience with Indy, no issues with the motor runs just as it should and is dead nuts consistent.

Motivated Seller, looking for a well built RZR/Maverick or Jeep/Buggy that will fit in my enclosed trailer
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i would DD the shit out of this thing.

Interested in a trade for a sweet 40ft enclosed gooseneck race trailer? 80k sticker new, its a 2006

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i would DD the shit out of this thing.

Interested in a trade for a sweet 40ft enclosed gooseneck race trailer? 80k sticker new, its a 2006
No thanks, i have a double decker trailer that this is stored in that suits my current needs.
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I'm assuming this is a typical drag car rear suspension setup... but what are the links coming off of the back of the axle housing attached to?
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I'm assuming this is a typical drag car rear suspension setup... but what are the links coming off of the back of the axle housing attached to?
Wheelie bars
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I'm assuming this is a typical drag car rear suspension setup... but what are the links coming off of the back of the axle housing attached to?
He is correct those are for the wheelie bars
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Wheelie bars
Doh seems obvious now
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Bump, great christmas present to yourself
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