Bonded Not Bondo

Some years ago, Darren Ellis andhis father purchased an original 1968Dodge Charger R/T 440 that seemedto be in great shape. The HuntingBeach, CA duo had done some minorcar builds but nothing on the scale ofthis project. It went from

Hard Corps

Todd Decker bought his 2010 Challenger R/T Classic afterbeing medically retired from the Marine Corps for an injury whilein Afghanistan. Not content with keeping the car stock, theYorktown, VA veteran has gone with some dress-up items

Mon Chérie

Antoine Cocco-Géoppa wants to invite all you Mopar Action readers to party in his big house in Genoble France, after which he wants to take all of you for a ride in his 1979 Chrysler LeBaron Medallion Coupé. Tony had a second Lebaron

Cold Rush

Tom Drewery from cold climate Ontario, Canada has owned this ’67 Plymouth Satellite for some 33 years.Not a pampered show car, this B-body gets regular workouts on the strip, while providing everyday transportation. Currently

Max’d Out Magnum

Ken Scharff from Colorado Springs, CO likes the Pro Street look, so he had is ’78 Dodge Magnum up (or down) graded (depending on your point of view) to fill the bill. The bill added up fast what with 7 months in the chassis shop for a

Waiting Game

Jeff Herron is only 15 so as far as we can tell he isn’t driving (legally)yet. But maybe you can slip in some miles in San Tan Valley, AZ withoutanyone being the wiser. So what we’re looking at here is Jeff’s dad’s 1984318 D-150. Jeff

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,

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