Brawl in the Family

Coolest car wars pits son’s twice made-over ’Cuda against Dad’s Road Runner. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros Second time around, the 1974 ’Cuda went from Rally red to Purple Rhapsody. AAR hood is a carryover from the first

Racin’ Richard

Musician Jeramy Gritter a/k/a “Beardo” found his ’72 Dodge Demon in the boondocks with nothing but problems. Being a musician first and a car guy second, Beardo recruited his girlfriend’s dad and car buddy, Paul Kenny, to help him fix

Demons Never Die

Mark Arsen calls his 2013 3.6L Dodge Avenger (Blacktop Edition), the “Demon 290” as a homage to the great Dodge Dart Demons of the early 1970s and a reference to the 4-cam Pentastar V6's output. He had the dealer install the Mopar CAI

King of Darts

A 2008 Chrysler 300 in a 1970 Dart wrapper. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros 1970 Dart shell covers a complete ’08 Chrysler 300C chassis, drivetrain and interior. David Copperfield couldn’t have ulled off a trick slicker than

The Beinekes at Bonneville

By Gary Beineke (www.71wingcars.com) Pam Beineke ran the fastest time of the Wingnutz duo. Gary didn’t have a chance to best her when engine problems shut him down. Guess who washes the dishes now? BONNEVILLE—SEPTEMBER 12, 1971:Harry

So You Wanna Buy A Car

Ralph C. Craig had the hots for a ’69 440-6 Super Bee, similar to one like this, on eBay. But he’d be setting himself up for some domestic issues. The 440-6 Super Bee on eBay looks like a steal at $30K. And if you wife was a Mo’girl

Daily Driver

This ’62 Valiant rises to new heights of insanity with a too-tall blown 605-inch Hemi. Story • AL DENTE + Photos • TheBRUNTBros The Hemi’s snorkel intake is good insurance against the dam breaking, the creek rising and any other epic

Seven Seconds To Glory

  Geoff Turk’s Blackbird leads the pack of America’s fastest stockers with record times in Florida and Georgia. Story & Photos • GEOFF STUNKARD THE MARGINS OF VICTORY in drag racing can be measured in thousandths of a

Shock Stock

A '68 Hemi Dart Tribute that stands out from the crowd of all the others out there. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros Hemi Dart clone started out as an Arizona rust-freebase model 270, just like the real ones.Original motor was

Fun Bird

Mike Berglund, from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, bought this ’77 Volare Road Runner from his paint rep’s girlfriend when he was 19 because it was painted Panther Pink at the time. He made several half- hearted attempts at customizing the car

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