ted sweet

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  1. try asking at www.moparts.com
  2. ted sweet


    i thought its was illegal to make a VIN tag?
  3. email: tsweet@superior.net
  4. NY as tried to get a 1 time Historical plate fee, it nevers becomes law. We still have a $23 annual fee.
  5. And that is also wrong. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"><div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Now, can this 70 Dodge get top awards at a Mopar only, probably NOT! There are too many Dodge experts on hand that would pick out the problems right away. One last possibility is that the Dodge owner is just ignorant about his car. Maybe he was sold a bill of goods by the previous owner (or dealer) and the proper research was not done.</div></div> This very same car received 1st Place - E-body Dodge Stock at the 2000 Mopar Nationals. In the owners's defense, he admits that he did in fact add the RT badging. It is a genuine Challenger convertible equipped with the 340 package. Dodge did not begin badging 340's as RT's until 1971. Even if the judge was aware of this bit of history, the point deductions would be for the unneccessary RT badges the car is wearing (grille, front fenders, trunk lid)only. Everything else on the car is quite legit. The judges at the Mopar Nats were well aware of this fact but the quality of the restoration is just too much to deny. The car is absolutely dead-on with the exception of the extra badging. While I think it is quite worthy of its national 1st and AGNM badges, it does seem a little awkward to have this particular hybrid as a national award winner (Chocolate Town, if I am not mistaken). </div></div>
  6. ted sweet

    YOM Plates

    nothing on the NH DMV website
  7. I didn't get a chance to go there during Hershey. Is it worth a 5 hour drive?
  8. i can't understand how a model never built can have a senior award, I saw a 70 dodge challenger 340 R/T convertible at Hershey, that had a Senior on the grill. There was no 340 engine in a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T. And thr car wasn't a real R/T either.
  9. i think one is cooked and the other is raw? LOL
  10. yup, over load it and blame the part.
  11. I BEILEVE "yes". You need to install the original type support if there was such.
  12. i was also at the Good Guys show, too bad it rained around 4pm on Saturday. <div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body">WELCOME to the forum! You and I would get along just fine, but most AACA members would try to drive a stake through your hart if you mention Hot Rods.I think you'd have just as much fun on the forum as you would have as a card carring member, nothng in the club magazine would cover the vehicles you mentioned. The internet is the "Car & Bike" club of the future. I like to see people with interests in diffrent parts of the hobby. I just got back from the Goodguys meet in Rhinebeck, N.Y., went to an Antique Motorcycle Club of America meet in the spring, will be at Hershey next month. If it was made before 1940 I like it. My favorite aircaft from WWII are the B-17's & P-51 Mustangs. </div></div>