Drove over to the local cars & coffee this morning. A lot of cool stuff there today, 4 or 5 chopped hot rods, one could have passed for the American Graffiti car. Some cool 50's vintage Chevy's, a really old Bonneville that I'm guessing was early 50's, 2-Vipers, a big ole 69-Polara with the paisley brown top and matching interior. A Daytona pulls in, but upon closer inspection it was cloned from a Charger 500, which I thought why? Wasn't the 500 was a more rare car? It was very well done though. A spattering of various corvette's, they're everywhere. A really cool 66 Charger with the rear bucket seats. Only one other 69-Road Runner, so I made my nest next to him. This car was new to me, I'd never seen it around before. You green fans will like it, it was F8. The guy popped the hood for me so I could get a snap of the fender tag. He had the Air Grabber Air Filter but not the Duct work. The vents were screened, but painted green. I asked him about the duct work, and he said he had to take it off as it wouldn't fit. When I asked him why, it was then he told me that the car had a 440. When he first opened the hood I wasn't expecting to see a 440, and didn't notice until he said something, I think they look pretty much the same as the 383. Stock intake and carb. He said the Air Filter was the same size as what was on the 383, but due to the 440 the hood would not close. I didn't know that. Is the 440 taller? I guess so. Not a N96 car so the prior owner must have added it. Anyways, good to be out on the road. The car ran beautiful. I took the long way home.