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Old 11-07-2017, 04:42 PM   #14386  
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This is #59 of the 69 1969 ZL1 Camaros and the only one ordered with RPO: NC8: Chambered Exhaust.
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HIGHLIGHTS
1 of 22 produced for drag racing
Sponsored by Brinsfield Lincoln Mercury in Greensboro, North Carolina
Originally campaigned by Ronnie Sox and Buddy Martin before being purchased by Wally Bell
Notarized statement by Wally Bell attesting to car's authenticity
Restored in period Red, White and Blue livery
Fiberglass fenders, hood, doors, trunk lid and bumper
Original floors
Plexiglas side windows
427 CI V-8 engine

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HIGHLIGHTS
1 of 101 Coronet W051 Lightweights produced for Super Stock racing in 1965
Mostly original sheet metal
Original VIN plated with W051 model designation
Original lightweight doors, fenders, hood and bumper
426 CI Race Hemi engine
Magnesium cross ram intake
Dual Holley 4-barrel carburetors
Aluminum cylinder heads, water pump housing and oil pump housing
Factory tubular headers
Original air cleaner and valve covers
Torqueflite automatic transmission
Finished in WW1 White with Beige interior
Lightweight seats
Radio and heater delete
Sun Super Tach
Corning side glass
Color-matched wheels

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Frederick Motors 'Big Bad Dodge' 330 Lightweight
1 of 34 Factory Lightweight 330s produced in 1963
Campaigned by Bob Frederick of Frederick Motors in Lisbon, Ohio
4,730 original miles
Restored in as-raced configuration
Original sheet metal
Original data plate
426 Max Wedge V-8 engine
13.5:1 compression
Cross Ram intake
Dual 4-barrel carburetors
727 pushbutton Torqueflite transmission
Aluminum hood with scoop, bumpers, bumper supports and front fenders
Radio and heater delete
Sound deadener delete
Trunk-mounted battery
Full roll cage
Dash-mounted tachometer
Stewart Warner auxiliary gauges
American Racing wheels
Racemaster drag tires
Featured in Larry Davis' "Super Stock: Racing the Family Sedan"

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Old 11-08-2017, 05:24 AM   #14393  
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GT350-R prototype at Willow Springs… 1965

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Did you know . . .

Back in the late 1940s AT&T was planning on a very big expansion of it's services throughout the USA. To accomplish that they invented Area Codes. There were only two hard fast rules: First, similiar codes had to be geographically far away from each other to prevent misdialing and second, if an area code covered an entire state the second digit would be a "0" while if more than one Area Code was used, the second digit would be a "1." For example, at one time all of Florida was covered by a single area code (305) while NY had multiple Area Codes so NYC was 212.

What does this have to do with Muscle Cars? Absolutely NOTHING!
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Old 11-08-2017, 03:21 PM   #14397  
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Old 11-09-2017, 12:38 AM   #14398  
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HIGHLIGHTS
Originally owned by Mercury Astronaut Gus Grissom
Matching numbers L71 427/435 HP Tri-Power big block V-8 engine
4-speed manual transmission
4.56 Positraction rear end installed by Gus Grissom
Red with Red interior, White Stinger and soft top
Headrests
Power windows
Rally wheels included
Teakwood steering wheel
AM/FM radio
Soft Ray tinted windshield
Extensive documentation
Featured in many magazines

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One of the Holman & Moody 1965 427 AFX Mustangs.
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