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Author Topic: 4 door Concord  (Read 15593 times)

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Offline DaemonForce

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Re: 4 door Concord
« Reply #30 on: February 11, 2012, 03:42:56 PM »
I parted this bird... This old bird was in bad shape. It looked much better than it was. It is going to save an Eagle.
This was my first thought when seeing the photos. It's a late model Concord. Not like the '78 here that I've been aggressively parting until it was finally scrapped a few days ago. I'm betting the '69 Hornet is next in a few days. The sight of these cars in the junkyard makes me feel ill but reasons like paperwork makes me rage. :/
1983 Limited
AMC 258C {R2:27.Jun.13}
Carter 2681 {R2:28.Oct.12}
TorqueFlite A998 {R6: -20.Apr.12}
NP129 {R2:28.Apr.12}
M35-273 {???}
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Corrected Idle: 0RPM



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