Mopars For Sale

Hi all, I have a few cars that I am looking to sell. Knowing that this site is for serious Mopar Lovers like myself, This is probably the best site to list my cars.1) I presently have for sale a 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A that is all original and #s matching. The car is in Lemon Twist Yellow and has the original 340/ 6 Pack and the original pistol grip 4 Speed and the rear end is the sure grip 8 3/4 with 3.90:1 gears. This car has been completely restored and is a very sweet car.
2)I also have a 1972 Plymouth 'Cuda that is finished in Plum Crazy Purple, with a black vinyl top. There are alot of chrome accents on this car that make this car a very classy looking Muscle car. The interior is in Raven Black and has the Leather, high back bucket seats. The drivetrain in this car is a rebuilt 340/ 6 Pack engine that has just about 1500 miles on it since the rebuild. The transmission is a built slap stick shifted 727 automatic. The trans. was reworked with all Cheetah parts including the 2500 stahl speed converter. The rear end is a sure grip 8 3/4 rear end with 3.56:1 gears.
3) 1973 Hemi 'Cuda. This car was built to be the ultimate in both worlds.(Street/Strip) This car retains the look of a somewhat, stock 73 'Cuda but has been refitted with a keith Black 472 Hemi that is pushing over 850 H.P. The transmission has been built to withstand up to 1500 H.P. and the rear end is a narrowed Dana 60 with 4.11:1 gears. This car is finished in B5 Blue with a Black "HEMI" hockey stick stripe.
4) The only project car that I have is a numbers matching, Very Rare 1967 Dodge Dart GTS.According to the GTS registry, There are only 26 of these cars known to exist. Of these 26 cars, only a handful are #s matching. The 383 magnum Motor has been professionally built and is still at the machine shop(they just finished it). The transmission has been completely rebuilt and the rear end has been redone as well. The only thing left to do is the bodywork. The car was a southern car its' entire life and has No rot anywhere. I have the Mississippi Title to verify this. The bodywork has already been started as the doors, Hood, and trunklid have already been media blasted. This car will be worth a great deal of money when it is finished, but my current circumstances will not allow me to be able to finish the car myself.
I am selling these cars because of a very serious medical issue. I have to relocate closer to the medical facility to continue my treatment and where I am going, I just don't have the room or am I physically able to give these cars the attention that they have been given over the years. These cars have always been very pampered as they are housed in a climate controlled warehouse and are constantly being cleaned or upgraded or whatever they need. These car are like my children and are spoiled(lol)just kidding. I share the same passion for my cars as most of you have, and selling these cars is tearing me up inside but I know that the members here understand just how attached we get to our cars. Anyway, If you see something that interests you, give me a call at 860-417-3705 and I will be happy to tell you more about the cars. I also have a 56 Chevrolet Bel Air sport Coupe/ Restomod-Streetrod and a 1968 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray with a 427/4 speed all numbers matching. Thank You for looking and Happy Holidays to all my Fellow Mopar Fans.
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