Josh's Muscle Car Parts

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1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR Complete Antenna Package w/Fixed Mast
AN7250 AAR
1970 Plymouth Cuda AAR Complete Antenna Package w/Fixed Mast
1968-1974 A-Body Duster Demon Dart Antenna Wire/Base Kit - Correct 90 degree exit
SC41816-5
1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 A-Body Mopar Antenna Wire/Base Kit - Correct 90 degree exit
$59.99
1970-1974 Plymouth Cuda Barracuda Complete Antenna Package w/Fixed Mast
AN7230
1970-1974 Plymouth Cuda Barracuda Complete Antenna Package w/Fixed Mast
4.10 Rear-Axle Gear Ratio Tag fits 9 3/4 Dana 60 Mopar
FR10
4.10 Rear-Axle Gear Ratio Tag fits 9 3/4 Dana 60 Mopar.
$9.75
1968-1974 A-Body Dodge Fixed Antenna
ANT02
1968-1974 A-Body Dodge Fixed Antenna
1970-1974 E-Body Plymouth Fixed Antenna
ANT02.E Ply
1970-1974 E-Body Plymouth Fixed Antenna
Chrysler Dodge Plymouth ALL Air Temp Right Rear Window Decal
DD0510
Chrysler Dodge Plymouth ALL Air Temp Right Rear Window Decal
$5.25
1968-1974 B-Body Dodge Fixed Antenna
ANT02.B
1968-1974 B-Body Dodge Fixed Antenna
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1968-1974 A-Body Duster Demon Dart Antenna Wire/Base Kit - Correct 90 degree exit
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1968-1974 A-Body Duster Demon Dart Antenna Wire/Base Kit - Correct 90 degree exit
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1968-1974 A-Body Duster Demon Dart Antenna Wire/Base Kit - Correct 90 degree exit
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SC41816-5
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$59.99
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1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 A-Body  Antenna Wire and Base Package - Correct with 90 Degree Wire Exit

 

The only factory correct antenna wire/base on the market. Compare with all the other vendors selling the incorrect antenna setup with a straight wire exit. We own our own tooling for this part, we designed it from an NOS wire/base and it's correct. Our kit includes the wire, the wire base, the base chrome nut and attaching bracket as shown in the photo. The base features the correct markings "2889920-95660" and "WARD 7282 2C" as original. 

 

Again, this is the only correct wire/base assembly currently offered. This is correct for all 68-74 A-Body Duster, Demon, Dart, Valiant Models.

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1968 1969 1970 1971 1972 1973 1974 A-Body Mopar Antenna Wire/Base Kit - Correct 90 degree exit

Josh's Muscle Car Parts is a company that specializes in providing parts and accessories for classic and vintage cars. The company was founded in 1999 and has since become one of the most respected classic car parts suppliers in the Ohio..

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Overall, Josh's Muscle Car Parts is a well-respected and reliable source for classic and vintage car parts. The company's commitment to quality and customer service has helped it to earn a loyal following among classic car enthusiasts around the world.

The 1960s muscle car era was a time of great innovation and growth in the automotive industry. It was a period of intense competition between car manufacturers, as they sought to outdo one another with increasingly powerful and sophisticated vehicles.

During this time, muscle cars became increasingly popular, particularly among younger car enthusiasts. These cars were known for their large, powerful engines, aggressive styling, and high-performance capabilities. Some of the most iconic muscle cars of the era include the Chevrolet Chevelle SS, the Ford Mustang, and the Plymouth Road Runner.

The muscle car era was marked by a number of technological innovations that helped to push the limits of automotive performance. One of the most significant of these was the development of the V8 engine, which allowed for increased horsepower and torque. Other innovations included the use of lighter materials in car construction, the adoption of fuel injection systems, and the use of advanced transmission technologies.

The muscle car era was also marked by a strong sense of cultural significance. These cars were symbols of American muscle and power, and they were often featured in popular culture, such as movies and music. The muscle car era came to an end in the 1970s, as rising fuel prices and stricter emissions regulations led to a shift towards more fuel-efficient vehicles.

Despite the end of the muscle car era, these vehicles continue to hold a special place in the hearts of car enthusiasts around the world. They are celebrated as symbols of a bygone era of automotive innovation and power, and their legacy lives on in the modern high-performance vehicles of today.

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