Crankin’ Coronet

5.7L Hemi adrenaline quickens the pulse of a ’65 Dodge. By Bill Woods Photos by TheBruntBros ’65 Coronet is a real sleeper, with just the Cragars giving a hint that all is not stock. Originally from Hawaii, the Dodge wasbought off

When Is A Valiant A Dart?

Hey there great magazine! I justbought a ’66 Valiant whichwas made in Canada. The carlooks more like a U.S. Dart. Whatis the difference? When orderingbody parts from the U.S. should Ibe ordering for a Dart?To the best of my knowledgeand

Color Me Blue

My car (’73 Cuda 318) is in rough shape but is basically solid. The resto books and variouswebsites do not list a paint code for Petty Blue. The fender tag is there but in bad shape so I can’tmake out what it says. I just want to verify

Last Ride

Searching for the hidden beauty in a ’62 Chrysler. Did they find it? By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros Elwood Dapp outdid himself with his final custom. How could he have topped this? So, what does a body shop guydo in his spare

Dodged The Crusher

Seve Hinckley from Salt Lake City, Utah always wanted a Dodge Monaco—had to be a 1972. That model was the very first brand new car that Steve rode home in from the dealership—his dad’s ’72 Monaco station wagon. Must’ve made quite an

Heal My Wheel

I let my ex‑girlfriend borrow my mint ’97 Neon R/T for a few days. Big mistake. She crunched the front fascia, which I’ve replaced. But, and this is maybe more annoying, she pretty well soaked the leather steering wheel and shift knob with

In A Pickle

Craig Pickels from Phoenix, Arizona intimidates everyone with his ’71 Duster that originally started life as a Slant-Six. It now packs a 383 bored out to 400 cubes topped with a big 8-71 BDS blower and twin Edelbrock 1407 carbs.

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