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What Do You Think Of This "1969 Dodge Daytona" Owned By Craig Sullivan?
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Matt Leischer Shares His 2006 Chrysler 300C SRT8, ""The 6-71 kit was home-built over a year while daily driving it to work. After 50K miles on the blower and 192K on the engine, a failed intake valve forced a new engine build. It now sports the salvaged 6.1 block stroked to 398 cid with 9.5 Wiseco Automotive pistons, Molnar rods, a forged K1 crankshaft, and full ARP stud treatment. The OEM heads were heavily ported and fitted with oversized Manley valves, COMP Cams steel retainers, and PSI springs. A custom blower grind by Bullet Cams operates the valve train. The GMC 6-71 pulls through a pair of OEM drive by wire throttle bodies and a vintage Scott Injection scoop all while 8 Ford 80 lb injector feed E85 through this non intercooled combo."
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Thumbs Up For This Blown BBC 23T Alterted Owned By Dan Martin?
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Daniel Wilkerson Just Had Some Fun In This Photo With His 1932 Graham Rat Rod. The "454 big block, mild cam, high rise with two 600 carbs" Helped Make It Happen :)
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Ethan Hubbard Shares His 2000 Pontiac Trans Am, "LS370, billet S484 turbo, RPM faceplate, T-56 6-speed transmission, full MWC stage 5 front suspension and rear axle/suspension, & Haltech elite ecu. Car is gunning for the record of fasted manually shifted LS car. Car can be seen on facebook under "Project Stormtrooper"."
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Danny Andrews Shares His 1967 Chevy Camaro: "I have a 565ci big block Chevy with an Induction Solutions nitrous kit making around 1400 horsepower. This car is all steel with all factory glass. We are currently racing in the Midwest 8.5 tire class."
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Carly Jo Ellingson Shares This Wheel-Pulling 1970 Ford Mustang, "523 Big Block Ford. Alum Super Cobra Jet Heads. Edelbrock Performance Victor 460 intake for QuickFuel Alcohol 1150 Dominator. Lunati solid roller cam, Diamond pistons hooked to an Eagle Specialty Products rotating assembly, covered by Milodon oil pan. MSD Performance 7AL box and crank trigger directs the spark to the Champion Spark Plugs. All held together with ARP bolts squeezing Fel-Pro Gaskets"
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John Long Jr. Shares His 1968 Chevy Camaro With "434 Pratt Racing Engines SBC, Powerglide with Hughes Performance torque converter"
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"This is our twin-turbo 1966 Chevrolet C10 built by us at Classic Car Studio in Saint Louis, MO. It has a LS1 V8 with LS6 heads and a set of mirror image 64mm Nelson Racing turbos. It features a Holley Performance Products Dominator EFI system with a Sniper intake manifold, Dominator ECU, 105mm throttle body, 7-inch touch screen display, and a VR2 brushless fuel pump. The truck also has a flex-fuel sensor, so while it runs on pump gas for the most part, so we can fill it with E85 without having to change a thing. It also has a Porterbuilt chassis, RideTech air ride suspension, Vintage Air, 22 Inch steel wheels, and a custom leather interior. All work was done by us in-house at Classic Car Studio."- Tim Peeler
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“You JEGS folks are AWESOME! We have a Drag Car that ALL of our parts come from JEGS! I call my nephew my mini crew chief!”
-Robert Hoffman and his 3rd Gen Camaro.
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Chris Gibbany Shares This Sweet "1974 Super Charger",
"My name is Chris and I was a Chevy addict. Three years ago that changed when I admitted to my husband Gabe that I wanted a Mopar. Thinking that this might end in divorce, I was happy to hear that he wanted one too! I set a goal to own a Mopar by the time I turned 41. The car I had dreamed about for years was a Dodge Challenger. On July 1st I sold my Corvette and we drove 10 hours to purchase a 1973 Challenger that was painted Panther Pink. When we got there, the car was in such poor shape for the huge asking price that we walked away. Walking away without buying the Challenger sent me into a month long depression as all of the other Challengers I found were out of my price range. I decided that I had to open up the possibilities of ""other"" Mopars if I was going to meet my deadline. Gabe had spotted a 1974 Charger listed on Craigslist that he referred to as a ""hidden gem"". The seller only answered my call because he recognized the phone prefix from working in this area. When we arrived, I saw potential in the car and my paint and bodyman Jim Crabb agreed to work on it for me. The car had been painted white; had a vinyl top that had completely rusted the roof; a blown tire had destroyed the driver's rear quarter panel and it had velour seats. I knew that I could build a nice car with the money I made from selling the Corvette, so just two days before my birthday I decided to ""settle"" on this Charger. Besides the roof skin, the car was very solid. Once we got it home, we discovered the ""hidden gem"" that it really was; it had Hotchkis front and rear sway bars, Hedman headers, 2 1/2"" dual exhaust system, stainless brake hoses, Mopar performance cam shaft, Crane gold roller rockers and a quick ratio steering gear box. It was a complete running and driving car with a 360 small block, a 727 automatic transmission and a 8 3/4 3:23 gear suregrip posi. I found out later that several people wanted to buy the car just for the bulge hood, but the seller never answered their calls. My goal was to build a true 1970's era car that resembled a full size Hot Wheels car. I was originally going to have the car painted Plum Crazy Purple but decided to go with Green Go. I just love the retro styling from the 1970's; skinnier wheels up front, white letter tires, splash guards/mud flaps, spoilers and lots of eye appeal. When my painter did a complete color change, I also had him spray the dash and console top plate green which really ties the car together. I put American Racing Outlaw wheels on, wrapped them in Cooper Cobra tires and then added rear splash guards. Gabe re-upholstered my front seats with new covers from Legendary. I purchased the Rallye side strips, hood stencil, rear Go-Wing, and a front spoiler which gives the car its genuine Hot Wheels stance. Jim Davis from Davis Upholstery put the new vinyl top on and we painted all trim pieces black including the opera windows. A few of the interior pieces were missing so I traded a motorcycle tire to a friend to make my upper door and sail panels. I had the ""Super Charger"" emblems custom made from a guy I met online. The windows were already tinted and the icing on the cake will be when I find a set of rear window louvers. I just had my blue Chevy bowtie tattoo covered up with a MOPAR tattoo. I am officially all Mopar; in 2014 I shocked everyone when I sold my '78 Z/28 after 23 years and purchased a 1973 Rallye Challenger. In true '70's fashion, it is getting painted flat black so that I can hang a Dyer's blower out of the hood. While my original goal was to own a Corvette before I turned 30, I ended up owning three of them before I turned 29. I bought my first Vette, the '81 on minimum wage and I have now turned that investment into a super sweet 1974 Dodge Charger. Most people don't like the third generation Chargers (71-74), but I have built a car that grabs people's attention."
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1 More Lucky Winner To Go! Could You Be Next?
Today, Glen Mullinax Has Won One Of The Items He Added To His Wishlist: An Officially Licensed 3 3/8" GM Tachometer With Shift Light! Congrats Glen!
To See The Give-a-Way, Click Here: http://www.jegs.com/Wishlist #jegswishlistwinner
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