THE CHI-TOWN HUSTLER

The most famous funny car of them all--the Farkonas, Coil and Minick ’69 Charger. Story and photos by Paul Stenquist Screaming across the starting line with a huge cloud of smoke in its wake came the Chi-Town Hustler of Farkonas,

‘Cuda Creation

Reflections on designing the A-body Barracudas The stories are the neat part. Personal recollections and insights of folks on the front lines of Chrysler racing, engineering and designing back in the day. John “J.R.” Samsen in

Marvin’s Last Stand

Marvin Hughes has come up with an innovative way to mount an engine on a stand to give you access to the back of the engine in order to mount a transmission while the engine is still on the stand. He did it by mating two engine stands

The Art Of Driving

Highlights of an exceptional collection of cars at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum. The musclecars are packed nose-to-tail in "Boss Chrysler's Garage." The garage is located in the basement of the Walter P. Chrysler Museum, in Auburn

’36 Plymouth Rat Rod

We love rat rods. But then we love a lot of things. We'll just stick to Mike Reichard's '36 Plymouth on this page for now. Mike's dad bought the stock Plymouth back in 1978 for a grand. Mike was 8 years old at the time. Beginning a

‘Cuda Girl

Joy Curran from North Brunswick, NJ was hunting for a 4-speed Plymouth 'Cuda AAR when she ran into Joe O'Cone who had one. Joe took Joy for a ride and she said that she had to buy the 'Cuda. The product of a 17-year restoration, the

Nine Lives Of Neon

Passenger side shows fire damage and impact damage from Ford truck. Neon’s excellent impact protection minimized the damage while the Ford had to ride a tow truck home.   John Self himself. We’ve all heard about a cat having nine

Runner Up

Hi Webfans, Today’s special is a sneak preview of the cover car on our October 2019 issue. It’s Ron Lim’s outrageous 1970 blown Road Runner with more tricks than a magicians convention. To get the entire story on how this custom