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Barracuda Fever

One man's recipe for frying a fish. By Scott "Instigator" Longman Photos by TheBruntBros Not one for a sleeper look, Mike wanted a full-boogey race car appearance that was super clean. His A-fish turns heads. The female

Buschwacker

Kurt Busch trades his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Dodge Charger for a 1600 horsepower street-legal 1970 Challenger Super Gas. By Cliff Gromer Photos by TheBruntBros

Changing Times

’71 custom ‘Cuda serves up a unique blend of past and present, and lets others worry about the future. By Jim Koscs Photos by TheBruntBros Money talks, so if you listen closely, you can hear this ‘Cuda sing “The Barber of

Repossessed

’71 416 stroker Demon is a cool exorcize machine that tries to avoid the curse of our wealth of  “devil” clichés. By Jim Koscs Photos by TheBruntBros Ron Lunt’s Sunday driver makes the show car scene in Canada and the U.S. where

The Quick And The Bed

Dak owner gets “clubbed,” wakes up at the track. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros 2001 Dakota is custom painted in original color. Brian designed the graphics that were executed by his father-in-law who shot the 3-stage paint

No Huffer For Puffer

Marital bliss starts with a stroked smallblock fuelie Duster. By Jim Koscs Photos by Paul Stenquist ’70 340 Duster was discovered at the 2010 Mopar Nats by Margi, who thought it would be cool to start off married life with a

Born To Break Wind

Gary and Pam Beineke build a Petty-inspired aero-honed’71 smallblock SuperBird to set yet another 200+ MPH Land Speed Record (ho-hum). Story and photos by Cliff Gromer Gary and Pam probably have been building cars since they were 8

Bonneville Bash

The attempt to match Bobby Isaac's 216.9 MPH flying mile record on the 40th anniversary of that run. By Gary Beineke Pam Beineke ran the fastest time of the Wingnutz duo. Gary didn’t have a chance to best her when engine problems

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