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    If I may introduce myself.

    My name is Nick Ware. I live in Central Virginia and have been intrested in classic and antique cars my whole life. I was probably genetically predisposed to Chrysler products because of my father. He was so Mopar that he bled blue when he scraped a knuckle replacing the waterpump on his 41 Dodge Luxury Liner. I currently have two older vehicles, a 1976 Plymouth Silver Duster I got for my son to restore and use as his first car and a 1961 Dodge Lancer 770 sport coupe. I also am the manager of an MSN forum dedicated to Early Mopar A-Body cars. I would be happy to her\ar from anyone with similar interests or information on these cars or the location of good parts sources for them. Tnank you.

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Oct 2001
    Mt. Penn, PA

    Re: If I may introduce myself.

    Hello, Lancer...Welcome to the AACA Forum.

    I am quite confident you will receive replies shortly. Check out the "Chrysler" Forum, too. (Scroll down the opening AACA Page and you will see it.)


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    Peter J. Heizmann

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Nov 1999
    Cheyenne, WY, USA

    Re: If I may introduce myself.

    You don't need to run off the another forum.

    I will talk to you about Lancer 770's.
    There is a 770 station wagon in our family.
    Are you havimg problems finding some parts also?

    See attached picture.


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    Past AACA National President
    Join Date
    May 2000
    Chesapeake VA

    Re: If I may introduce myself.

    Im sure our good friend Bob Kinker from Tidewater Region here in Virginia will be on the forum soon to talk Chrysler stuff. Where are you located and do you belong to a region?
    Terry Bond
    Tidewater Region
    Antique Automobile Club of America
    National President - 2010

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    Senior Member
    Join Date
    Sep 2002
    Salem, Alabama

    Re: If I may introduce myself.

    Welcome to the forum. I too am a Mopar-aholic as well as Packards. As for parts and supplies, pick up a copy of Mopar Collectors Guide from any big news stand, also for used parts contact the Bayer Boys in Austell Ga. Just outside of Atlanta, they are strictly Mopar, and they have the Austrailian equivelent to you wagon, an Aussie Ute.
    1965 Dodge Dart Gt ragtop - PALE RIDER,
    1964 Dodge Dart Gt Ragtop custom - THE COPPERHEAD,
    1955 Packard Patrician - BLACK DUKE,
    1955 Packard Patrician - DUKE JUNIOR,
    1956 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer - THE PINK LADY,
    1956 Packard Clipper - THE CLIPPEROD
    1962 Dodge Dart 440 4dr sdn - ROOT BEER FLOAT

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    Senior Member Bob Kinker's Avatar
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    Apr 2001
    Chesapeake, Va

    Re: If I may introduce myself.

    Glad to see another MOPAR nut on line! I have a 64 Imperial Crown Coupe, a 64 Belvedere 4 door, and a couple of 64 Fury parts cars. Welcome aboard!
    1962 Dodge Dart 2 door sedan
    1964 Plymouth Belvedere Station Wagon
    1964 Plymouth Fury
    1964 Plymouth Sport Fury
    1964 Dodge 440 2 door sedan Max Wedge clone
    1965 Dodge Dart 270 2 door hardtop
    1966 Dodge A-100 pickup

    AACA #472740, Plymouth Owner's Club, Tidewater Mopar Club

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