FrankenDart

Here’s one for all you readers who complain about all the “show car” Mopes we feature in our mag. This one is real-world—it’s Mike Saunders’ barn find 225 slant-six ’67 Dart GT convertible. Mike and his son Stephen dragged it home back

Home On Wheels

Now here’s a Mopar fanatic the likes of which we’ve never seen before. Steve Makinson, from Sweet Home, OR, tells us he bought his ’70 340 Hemi Orange Challenger with the A66 340 Performance Package back in 1972 for $2100. The clock

Derby Roller

Ray Lyon, from Derby, VT sent in these pix of his father-in-law Raymond Parenteau’s ’69 Charger which was purchased new by Raymond’s grandfather. Originally a 383 Magnum car, it is now a 498 stroker with Edelbrock Performer heads,

Hauler in the Family

Danny Welge’s grandparents purchased this 1984 DodgeRam Custom 100 new. He says he has tons of memoriesgrowing up with this truck. When Dan trained to become amechanic, he worked on the Dodge and became even moreattached to it. A few

Play It Again, Sam

“Uncle” helps build this ’Cuda with 20 years of tax refunds.Story • Al Dente • PHOTOS • TheBruntBros Christine Glinski aka the “wrench wench” sez: “You toucha my car and I breaka your face.” (Funny, she isn’t even Italian). You can’t

Whizzer of Oz

Whizzer of Oz Glenn Huxley, from Wodonga, Victoria, Australia says he loves our mag but it’s a bit price at 18 bucks a copy what with the Aussie exchange rate (that’s nothing compared to the black market price in N. Korea). Glenn’s

About Time

Joe Sharkey has owned this ’67 Barracuda for 27 years. The engine is a 1956 354 ci Chrysler (1G) Hemi. Joe was 13 years old when his father let him buy an  old dragster for $50.00. During the next 50 years it all went away but he

Big Bang Theory

Farm life and beyond in Canada in case you’re interested. STORY • JJ DeCorby PHOTOS • TheBruntBros ’70 Hemi Super Bee creates a lot of “buzz” at Mope shows. Rear is the original 3.54 Dana. Previous owner saidthe Go-Wing was added by

Chromatose Challenger

Jeff Zerbe started “cleaning up” this sadmouth Challenger in 1990. Before he knew it, the car was stripped “down to nothing.” Putting it all back together, Jeff swapped out the 318 and swapped in a 340-6 out of a “busted” T/A. He

Learning Curve

When Tony Mazzeo acquired this original 440-6 ’Cuda, it was down on power. An inspection revealed that not only the motor was missing, but also the entire front end. A replacement 440 filled the void between the frame rails, and Tony