my mopar powered hot rod

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sebspeed
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my mopar powered hot rod

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my nearly finished hot rod.powered by a 354 chrysler hemi engine, mated to a th400 box with a narrowed chrysler 91/4 axle.
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Welcome to the Forum.

Great looking Car!!
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Welcome, what's the plans for paint, if any.
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i've made a start,hopefully gloss black.
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Wow that's gonna look the business :) Engine's great obviously but I love the wheels too 8-)
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Welcome, Rod looks good :thumbright:
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the rear wheels are ET's,one of many ebay bargains.

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Awesome! Welcome to the club.

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Very nice indeed. Does your TH400 leak alot of fluid like ours does??

Shifter seal on the left side is the main offender.
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it was my first TH400 rebuild when i built the car, and yes it does leak a bit ,but not bad enough to worry about.

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Love it :thumbright: :thumbright: Welcome!
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Great stance, and a supercharger !

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