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Take a look at this 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T with a 440 Magnum mated to a 3-speed automatic. The big block puts out 375 horsepower and a whopping 480 ft/lbs of torque. This girl is covered in factory “Dark Burnt Orange.” The owner said the carb is a factory Carter in the 800 cfm range. The massive breather mating to the functional hood scoop makes the size of the carb pretty obvious.

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No classic car page is complete without a 1969 Dodge Charger General Lee replica. This car has the 440 Magnum kicking out 375 hp and 480 ft/lbs of torque. It has an automatic transmission, a CB radio, the “Dixie” horn and the American Racing rims, roll cage and the battle flag on the roof.

John: So, you and Molly, huh?

Sherlock: Uh… Yeah

John: Yeah, everybody knows. I mean, I’ve known forever. I could tell by the way you stare at her in English… I was just waiting for you to tell me.

Sherlock: Oh, sorry. I’m going out with Molly

John: Why didn’t you tell me?

Sherlock: I figured you knew

John: I did know, but, you know, we’re friends. We’re supposed to talk about these things

Sherlock: I didn’t think you’d get it…

John: I don’t get it. No offence. Molly still scares the crap out of me. But if you’re getting it- you know, *getting* it- I want to know about it. I want the whole freaking report.

Sherlock: This, actually. This is why I didn’t tell you.  

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1968 Plymouth GTX with a 440 Magnum delivering 375 horsepower. This model came with only one other engine choice and that was a 426 Hemi. This car has a 3-speed automatic and is cloaked in “Mist Green” factory paint. Notice the two-tone seats. This car is for sale for about $60,000.