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Mopar Lowliner Concept

1968 Dodge D200 Sweptline Customization of classic trucks continues to be a hot trend in the aftermarket world, so Mopar designers rescued a 1968 Dodge D200-series heavy-duty pickup truck to transform it into the

1959 Imperial Speedster

A snazzy luxo-sport Vette and T-Bird stalker in the Exner style of design. Story and photos by Paul Stenquist It was several years ago that Murray Pfaff and his father peered into the dark recesses of a crumbling carriage house in

C’mon Baby… Flite My Fire

Ed Britz takes the ’55 DeSoto’s “advanced styling” and Hemi power to the next level and beyond. Photos: Paul Stenquist Ed Britz built this ’55 DeSoto Fireflight all by himself working daily for two years and eight

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,

Ride With The Devil

Chrysler built the Diablo as a devilishly huge concept to fork over its GM show car competition. Conceived by Exner, and executed by Ghia, the Diablo was the biggest, boldest factory concept/show car of its day. Jacking tabs (under

Hartbreaker

Comedian Kevin Hart was in no joking mood after driver Jared Black put Kev’s custom ’70 ‘Cuda through a fence and down an embankment on LA’s notorious Mulhulland Drive. Kevin had bought the ‘Cuda as a 40h birthday present for

’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

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