3 GUYS & A SAWZALL – Mopar Action Article Extra
With a power cutting tool in hand, there’s no limits to where your imagination can take you, as evidenced by the uniquely distinctive ’70 ‘Cuda that you see here in various stages of assembly, along with a couple of completed views. Presented here in no particular order of importance or sequence, these photos are part of Mopar Action’s ongoing program of challenging readers’, and viewers’ minds to make some sort of sense out of the hodge-podge of pictures and words that we spew out every two months, in print and on the web—also in no particular order of importance or sequence.
In an unusual display of magnanimity, we will tell you that the images here show the fuel cell located in the trunk (in case you’ve never seen a fuel cell before [we never met a fuel cell we didn’t like]), various views of the custom dash, the nice 6.1L Hemi engine, lots of Dynamat sound insulation, unibody modifications, chassis details, roof surgery etc. We didn’t have room to show you all the gauze bandages, tourniquets, sutures, band-aids etc. that were stocked up on by the Halbachs (watch for the upcoming movie: “Meet The Halbachs,” a sequel to “Meet the Fokers.”)
If you have any questions about anything you see here, or anything else, including questions you might otherwise send to Dr. Phil, send them along to our tech editor, Rick Ehrenberg. He’ll be happy to help you out ($5 for the first minute, $2 for each additional minute. Have your MasterCard or Visa handy—and talk fast).
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