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Here's "The Green Mammoth",my '80 TD sport. it now has a '74 318 w. a Edelbrock Performer Intake and Edelbrock 4 BBL, 727/208,and a 3.21 sure grip rear. it was a sno-commander but i've removed the plow stuff.

my upcoming plans for it are:
redo brakes
replace fuel system
get the motor running good

i hope this pic works. i'll have more when i get around to it. what do you guys think?

right side view:
 

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damn that thing looks really familair...lol mopar man, a while ago he bought my 80 r/c then i bought this beast, then i parked it down at one of my properties (my dads) and was gunna get around to fixin the ole girl up, but the stupid city tried to tow it, and i new since it was in good hands with nick, and i was tired of luggin it around from place to place (i was in the process of moving) and it was hard 2 move it bewcause it didnt steerin or stop lol...but i guess nick already has it running and sterring.
 

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That dash looks nice, the woodgrain and dash are in good shap,the wheel makes it stand out. what is a snow commander package, did the ramchargers have this and what was it called?
the sno commander meant that it came with a meyer plow straight from the factory and i think they also had thicker front leaf springs. it was also availble on ramchargers and pickups too.
 

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Nice, I love green trucks!
 

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it looks blue. it actually looks like mine just the old style. same clor scheme and everything. i think that light blue is twilight blue.
 

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according to the brochure,the colors are teal frost metallic (the lighter green) and teal green sunfire (the darker green). it does kind of look blue in the picture but in person it looks light green.
 

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i have two new pics now:


recently i put in a non-tilt column out of a '79 W200 because the column in it had some issues. i might just keep this steering wheel because i like it.


this picture is kinda blurry but i put in some '90 rc door panels i had laying around. i think it looks a little better now. i might dye these black and use them until i can find some green door panels.
 

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another person getting started on his trailduster and mine just keeps glaring at me as I hop in the powerwagon. No time, money, or warm weather. Looks good though.
 

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tell us more about the door panels!

did they just bolt right on? did everything line up?
 

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AZ-Trailduster said:
tell us more about the door panels!

did they just bolt right on? did everything line up?
those yellow clips just popped right into the existing holes in the door. i just have to drill a few holes at the bottom of the door to hold it on at the bottom i think. everything seemed to line right up.
 

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well here's a bit of an update.. i've been wrenching on it a bit since its been warmer out and got it running again. yesterday i moved it over closer to the garage. it runs pretty rough and i think i'm going to take the engine out and redo it. i'll have a few more pictures of it soon. i also put a '86 front bumper on it and i think it looks pretty good.
 
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