1970 Dodge Charger, 383 car, cloned to the General Lee (but with a 70 grill). Overall a very good driver, drum brakes, brand new tires, glass pack exhaust exhaust gives a strong sound to the car, dixie horn works great and is loud. Mechanical: Transmission seals take a little bit of time to engage when you first start the car and put it into reverse. After it "pumps up" there is no problem, just you will experience a delay on start up. I took it to a local shop that's been around a while, they told me it's a typical problem with the seals. Again, after about 10-20 seconds and thereafter there is no problem, just at start-up only. Shifter looks very nice, but is a little sloppy, probably could use adjustment. The exhaust has the short "glass pack" type mufflers on it, so it ends about 3ft after the headers. Sounds really good, not too loud but does rumble. A/C does not work, Radio doesn't work, I think turn signals etc work, headlights do not currently work - wiring is there so should be something easy. Headlight door motor is in the trunk, so you manually have to lift the headlight doors. All pretty easy stuff to fix. Car drives great, get in and go, no bad vibrations or anything like that, solid driver car. Paint: Has a good shine to it, but has many scratches here and there. 5 footer car. Interior: The front seats are from a '73 Charger SE, I do not have the original 70 buckets. Everything else appears to be original in the interior. Rust: Car has rust in the frame in the f...
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