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12-19-2012 06:10:48

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My fun before the tractor is and was my Mopar. I have 3 the first is my 66 Dodge Coronet I purchased in 1979 at the age of 15. The 66 remains in race trim from my days at the strip. I have a 67 Coronet R/T purchased in 1982 (shown in the photo) and I have a 67 GTX I purchased in 92 that some day will be completed. The Tractors I have restored have put that project on hold for a few year now but someday I will get back at it.

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Don Rudolph

12-19-2012 09:51:57

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 Re: New toy in reply to kevsdodge, 12-19-2012 06:10:48  
Nice looking machine! The only bad thing about the 66 and 67"s was the small rear wheel wells that you could only get a 9" tire in. I really like that angular styling. Don

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12-19-2012 16:08:53

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 Re: New toy in reply to Don Rudolph, 12-19-2012 09:51:57  

You can get 11 rubber under the 66 with the right wheel and offset hangers and a little work. the hard put for me is getting past the 3 long wheel studs. The photo I have is of my 66 running today BFG draw radials. She runs 12.10's and pulls the left front about 2 inchs

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12-19-2012 07:11:09

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 Re: New toy in reply to kevsdodge, 12-19-2012 06:10:48  
Sweeeeet! ADB

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