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"Just a ball of confusion without a brake."
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HarleyD wrote: It's a dated term but sure, I've heard of it.Never had it directed at me. I'm a real swell guy with a sparkling personality.
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Lowcountry Browns Backers Charleston,SC
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olecowboy wrote: actually, I have. . ..
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MHill wrote: olecowboy wrote: actually, I have. . .. They didn't call you a "bounder". They called you a "blunder". Totally different.
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Browns fans getting screwed since 95 '
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olecowboy wrote: that's one of the reasons GM sucked so much: they took Chevys, slapped different tail lights or head lamp assembly components on them, and sold them as Buicks, Olds, Pontiacs, and Cadillacs.The Cadillac Cimarron was a Chevy Cavalier with leather. . .
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donnyunitas wrote: If a bounder is what you kids are calling pimps now a days then so be it.
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kosartoslaughter wrote: donnyunitas wrote: If a bounder is what you kids are calling pimps now a days then so be it.I know you like Mopar; are you also on Jalopnik, The Truth About Cars or Autoblog? There is a guy from NE Ohio that is into Mopars that posts there frequently named MoparMan426W and owns a Fifth Avenue.
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Spirit R/T, Daytona R/T, Shelby Omni GLH-S. ViperTom Gale is why Chrysler had a resurgence in the '90s. Good man. The '60s Mopars are great too; I like underrated ones.Challenger 340 would hold its own vs. the 440 six-pack and 383 "intermediates" like Coronet, Belvedere. Polara/Fury were the top of the line and even bigger. Chargers were ok, but I always liked the simple lines of the Challenger, Dart and Demon series.Darts had 273 V8 and went up through 318 and even 340. Later on, toward the end of the run, the '75-76 had the 360 E58 police-pack V8 (290 lb/ft of torque!). (The 318 block was the E48) Some Darts had the 426 and 440, but those were either rare or modified.Plus, the little cars could handle!
The LA-series block is durable and adaptable. The 340s were a high-winding motor that had better breathing than a 360, but the 360 had more torque deep down and was more responsive to the changing needs of the '70s of emissions controls. The 340 had higher compression and was more finicky.
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