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From: Daven Anderson
Date: August 29, 2000
The fact that brake drums became unavailable from general suppliers after the early '70's has also contributed to the attrition rate,although it may have 'saved' a few that were just parked instead of scrapped. Many '62 Dodge/Ply's survive today because their mechanical relation to later B-bodies means that their brake drums,etc. have stayed available all this time.