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Iron Woode

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Looks sexy with those rims dude :)

My 1974 Dart sport had the 318 with the factory carter bbd 2425 2bbl carb and this one had the 8 3/4 rear. I miss how that thing moved but i had issues cranking at key. I would have to put key in the on position then use a screw driver and jump it at the starter relay lol. Close the choke manually every other i started it as the electric crap stopped working who knows when.

I had plans to put on a Holley Double pumper 650cfm to replace the carter but the electrical issues galore had me getting rid of it. LOL was a bad time i had much going on and was not in the mood for this car. I do miss it kinda. I traded the 67 for a 51 desoto with a flathead 6 with plans of a rebuild on the motor but lost interest in that about the time the dart sport was running. Dude who got that ended up doing a 350 swap, which was a shame.
thought I would post an engine bay pick of my car:

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That is a legit chrome box ignition module on the extreme left side on the fender.
 
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mopardude87

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thought I would post an engine bay pick of my car:

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That is a legit chrome box ignition module on the extreme left side on the fender.
Not sure what they had for this year carb wise for stock, that looks like its a 4 bbl? My 74 had a 2bbl. :p Nasty dank ass carter bbd 2425, my favorite was the slant 6 Holley 1920. One screw for adjustments and it takes a licking and keeps on ticking.
 

Iron Woode

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Not sure what they had for this year carb wise for stock, that looks like its a 4 bbl? My 74 had a 2bbl. :p Nasty dank ass carter bbd 2425, my favorite was the slant 6 Holley 1920. One screw for adjustments and it takes a licking and keeps on ticking.
That's an Edelbrock Thunder Series 650cfm spreadbore carb. Very similar in function to the thermoquad. It's a fantastic carb with great throttle response. I bought that on Ebay back in 2008.

My 318 came with a 2bbl.
 
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