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Record Creation: Entered on 10 March 2009.

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Exterior Photos (5)

Uploaded April 2011:

2011-04-27
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Uploaded April 2011:

2011-04-25
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2009-03-10 18:52:15 | Rob Reilly writes:

info ex-CJA
owner listed as
William L. Jones

2011-04-25 21:06:46 | Rob Reilly writes:

The car has turned up in 2011 with a Chevy small block V8 conversion, now being converted to a Chrysler 300C engine.

2011-04-27 07:54:15 | Rob Reilly writes:

The street rod V8 automatic conversion was on the original chassis, modified with coil spring front suspension, different rear axle, part of chassis center bracing cut away.
The body has now been removed from this chassis, and has been cut apart into sections for grafting on to a late model Chrysler sedan, on which most of the body has been cut away, leaving a floor pan with drive train, which is intended to serve as a chassis.

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