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Registered: 07-2012
Location: Marquette, Michigan 49855
Posts: 5
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Back again...I'm not a racer, just a Mopar guy who likes F.A.S.T./F.S./P.S.


Not sure why I have to keep registering, but here I am again.
I've never been to a F.A.S.T./PSMCR race but I love reading through the forums about these cars.
I'm currently (albeit very slowly) building an A12 Super Bee 4-speed and a Duster 360 4-speed. They are being built with a F.A.S.T. theme. I can't afford to do a full on restoration or a real F.A.S.T. build on my cars so they are just as original & correct (appearing) as I can afford to make them, while trying to squeeze every bit of power/fun factor out of them.

I'm from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Marquette to be exact.
Always had a love for the Mopar muscle cars, and the early 60's drag package machines (from all manufactures).



My A12 Bee, 440 Six Pack, 4-speed. Original Butterscotch car with black bench seat interior, black stripe, tinted glass.

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'74 Duster 360, 4-speed: Mostly original. 360 HP, 4-speed, T5 body, sport hood, white & black bucket seat interior, fold down rear seat, in glass rear defogger, ...

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'73 Duster, 225 Slant Six, automatic. All original, Off white bucket seat interior, console, fold down rear seat, sunroof, in glass rear defogger, ...

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'74 Gold Duster, 225 Slant Six, automatic. All original with the FPAP concours correct rear spoiler, OEM '72 Demon hood scoop, and 15" slotted wheels/tires added. Fold down rear seat, ...

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'68 Coronet coupe (absolute base model).
Original small slant six, manual 3 speed on the column, 7-1/4" open rear axle. Now has warmed 1968 440 HP2 4-bbl engine, 4-speed, 8-3/4" sure-grip axle

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'72 Dart.
Original 318/904 car that now has B&M 177 supercharged '74 LA 360, 727 automatic, a-body 8-3/4" sure-grip rear axle. Everything is painted except the body.

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Nothing fancy, shiny, or wild, but they are driven hard and often. These cars are "daily drivers", though I do alternate between them.

Hopefully I am here to stay and will not have to re-register again.

Last edited by DanielDePetro, 7/7/2012, 3:01 pm


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1969 Dodge Super Bee A12, 440 Six Pack, 4-speed, Dana 60
1974 Plymouth Duster 360, 4-speed
1973 Plymouth Duster, 225 Slant 'Super Six' 2-bbl., automatic
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Registered: 01-2009
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Re: Back again...I'm not a racer, just a Mopar guy who likes F.A.S.T./F.S./P.S.


Cool cars! Seriously you own my personal, all time favorite car ever. If someone was to give me any car on the planet, a butterscotch 69 4spd. A12 Bee would be it.

Wanna trade for a butterscotch 71 Duster? lol.
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