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Historical Mopar in Nascar - II

Discussion in 'Historical' started by Beentherebefore, Oct 19, 2013.

  1. Robert J Sublett

    Robert J Sublett Active Member

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    Eddie,

    In 474, is that a repaint of a car Nickels built for RP?? Think I see a faint "43" on the headlight covers.
     
  2. Beentherebefore

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    I don't know where or when this photo was taken............I just liked it.

    Certainly an interesting way to "frame" your shot.

    Petty winged car from rear.jpg

    (Photo shared from Pinterest)
     
  3. DC-93

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    The #99 Lorenzen Plymouth was built by Nichels for Fred.
    That car recently was sold and is being restored back to the red #99 scheme. It had a Magnum body on it.
     
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  4. Beentherebefore

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    Who raced it as a Magnum?

    Is that the same #99 that had the "thinner than spec" roll cage that was exposed after Lorenzen scraped the side sheet metal off along the wall at the old Ontario Motor Speedway (discussed in posts #476 - 478)?
     
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