3-Q-70 date coded plug wires 71 MOPAR 383 440 GTX cuda
EXACT REPRODUCTION SPARK PLUG WIRE SET
Exact reproduction spark plug wire sets are manufactured to the original blueprint NOS specifications. These sets are identical to the spark plug wires as they would have appeared on the vehicle when it shipped from the factory. They will look, fit and perform exactly as original. Our exact reproduction spark plug wire sets are manufactured to the original blueprint specifications, and are correct in every aspect: wire type & length, terminals, boots (shape, angle & color), factory script, & braiding (when applicable). Our Mopar reproduction sets are also date-coded (1st or 3rd quarter).
In order to satisfy the most discriminating enthusiast/restorer, we offer these authentic reproduction spark plug wire sets. These wires provide the finishing touch for any original or restored vehicle. They are built using original MOPAR blue prints, cut to the exact lengths to provide a tailored look, and contain the correct factory script on the wire as well as the correct spark plug boots. These reproduction sets are identical to the spark plug wires as they would have appeared on the vehicle when it shipped from the factory. For those of you concerned about having your car judged, our reproduction spark plug wire sets will pass all judging standards. They will look, fit and perform exactly as original.
Research has shown that most cars had spark plug wires installed that were dated from 1 to 4 quarters prior to the build date of the car. This would validate that a vehicle having a spark plug wire set dated from 1 to 12 months prior to the build date of the car.
These fit following 1971 MOPAR models with 440 383 Chrysler Plymouth Dodge Belvedere Savoy Satellite Challenger GTX cuda barracuda super bee coronet charger daytona road runner super bird
1968 1971 68 69 70 71 72 19721969 1970
Dated 3-Q-70 (thrid quarter, 1970)
SPARK PLUG WIRES
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These would be used on all V8 Mopar engines from 9/1/1970 to 3/1/1971