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‘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

So You Wanna Be An Auto Journalist, Eh?

We get lots of requests from young aspiring writers, photog­raphers and folks running from the law on how to break into the automotive writing business. To these young car enthusiasts, writing about musclecars, drag racing, drifting and

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

The Joy of Six

Wendy White and her beloved '72 Plymouth Scamp. Love those jeans. She won "Best Pink Hair"award at the 2019 Chrysler Nats at Carllisle. Wendy White, a New York City-based artist, is originally from Connecticut. Her 1972 Plymouth Scamp

In Search of Stoplight Drags

TheBruntBros park the Mopar Action pickup at a motel somewhere in the Midwest on their way back from California to New York. Once in a while, we just can’t resist tooting our own horn. I mean we’ve assembled a staff here that is

The First Viper GTS-R

The first Viper GTS-R was a pilot or mule with the last 3 VIN digits “847.” Chrysler swapped the car even-Steven for a fabulous restoration/recreation by Ralph and Lynn Ronzello of Roger Lindamood’s Color Me Gone ’64 aluminum front end