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CashCowMoo  - posted
https://www.facebook.com/SpeedSociety/videos/1253813574635942/
 
raybond  - posted
I did rich kid in bagdad had one and let me try it out. Did a wheel stand in 2nd gear. I don't know how he ordered it I do know he had a 440 mag. with 2 four barrel carbs from the factory.

Those were the days you could order different rear ends , suspensions, brake sizes ,and transmissions just to name a few things, nobody was interested in safety just performance.
 
IWISHIHAD  - posted
Originally Posted By Raybond:

"Did a wheel stand in 2nd gear"
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Must have been a funnycar?

Two four barrels was unusual, the standard seem to have been the six pack, I believe more punch for the buck, but harder to keep tuned. Not positive about that issue, since I never owed a car with this option, although I am familiar with the three duce options on other makes

Never cared much for them, basically was a twin for the barracuda.

The Hemi had more punch, but added a lot more cost, which is the case in the new Hemi cars today.

I have had faster cars than the 1970 challenger, that could lay some rubber in second gear, wheel stand no way.

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raybond  - posted
well a bad choice of words the front wheels did come off the ground in first and second gears if you wanted to push it
 



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