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'67 347 Mustang fastback vs '68 440 R/T Doge Charger.avi

American Sunday 2009 dragraces. One of my first runs ever down the 1/4-mile. Brand new home-build 347 was running great, but the C4 trans was shifting in to 3rd 1200rpm early. We were both on street radials, and there was no track prep, so 60ft's were in the 2.3's. I managed to beat the 440 Charger (Performer RPM heads, Crower HFT cam, headers, etc) 13.3@107MPH vs 14.2@99mph.


 


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