Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby hard charger » Fri Mar 20, 2015 3:52 pm

no offense taken.
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby meangene83 » Sun Mar 22, 2015 4:35 pm

https://www.yearone.com/Product/chrysler-b-body/amf52

Any ever used this radio? It has updated connections for Ipod/cdplayer etc. But looks completely factory.

Year one has it for 700$. which to me is ridiculous. Any ideas on where it is available cheaper? I have been searching google and can not find an alternative.
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby moparmike » Sun Mar 22, 2015 5:06 pm

Www.retroradio.biz. Year one is over rated and over priced
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby 68383 » Sun Mar 22, 2015 6:26 pm

Ditto on YO. The send me two six pack hoods and both were damaged.

I'm done with them.


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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby T. Top Volare » Sun Mar 22, 2015 7:32 pm

This is my goal to do work on MOPARS in my hoby shop but I live in Maine, need to finish the inside off then the outside, a lift and such.
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby T. Top Volare » Sun Mar 22, 2015 7:35 pm

What body are you looking for a hood for Dave 68383?
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby T. Top Volare » Sun Mar 22, 2015 7:36 pm

There's one on eBay for a 68-69 rr
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby meangene83 » Sun Mar 22, 2015 8:12 pm

That is at least an alternative. That site shows the radio I need for $600 instead of Year one at $700...

Maybe I stick with the factory radio and have FM only...
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby moparmike » Mon Mar 23, 2015 7:14 pm

You can try instrument specialties too. They are local out of RI
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Re: Experiences with New England Classic Cars?

Postby meangene83 » Wed Apr 08, 2015 9:49 pm

Great News!

I picked up the Roadrunner Monday. Gary at NECC did an amazing job getting all the mechanical work done.
New brake lines, new master cylinder, new radiator, fuel lines, electrical work under the dash, engine bay electrical work. Painted my engine bay black.

They also hammered out some swaps from my parts car. They moved the brake booster in (previously there was none), swapped my K frames for the Big Block K-frame (previously a small block/modified K-frame). They also dropped in the parts car's 400ci Engine. Runs like a champ! Like a rocket ship. Previous owner must have tuned the engine up, some how. Gary told there is an upgraded cam in it, at least. The engine doesn't like to sit and idle, it wants gas! Thumps loud when you stomp the gas. Wish I knew what was inside the engine...

The list goes on and on and that is the best part. These guys not only delivered SOONER than quoted. But delivered right on budget. No add-ons $.

I highly recommend them for any work you need done. Very professional, but also really make you feel like part of the family. Great group of guys to be around with.

I will put up some pictures of their work next chance I get.
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