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Show Buster Duster

Unearthing the ’70-’71 Rapid Transit System Caravan Duster. Story and photos by Cliff Gromer 1970-’71 Rapid Transit Caravan Plymouth Duster, as it exists today (in 1971 trim.) From some front angles there's a resemblance to certain

The First Muscle Truck

The street 426 Wedge did better in trucks. Story & photos by Cliff Gromer The 426W D100 was a real sleeper. There were no exterior badges or emblems indicating what was under the hood. This truck is one of only three base ’64 HPP

The Art of Driving

Highlights of an exceptional collection of cars at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum. By Bill Woods Photos by TheBruntBros. 1928 Chrysler Model LeMans Race Car (replica) The auto industry adage about the sales effect of racing

Don’t Go Near The Water

A very special 1958 Dodge Power Wagon for a very special Mo’fan. By Cliff Gromer Photos by Paul Stenquist 1958 Dodge Power Wagon rides on a custom-built frame with a driveline (trans back) from an 1986 Dodge Ramcharger 4x4.

Pump It Down

Cheapskates’ guide to feeling firm. Story and photos by Richard Ehrenberg (1) Love those twisties…IF yoursteering is firm and precise. We’llshow you a lowbuck secret way toget yours up (actually, down) to snuff. QUICK FACTS•

Brawl in the Family

Coolest car wars pits son’s twice made-over ’Cuda against Dad’s Road Runner. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros Second time around, the 1974 ’Cuda went from Rally red to Purple Rhapsody. AAR hood is a carryover from the first

King of Darts

A 2008 Chrysler 300 in a 1970 Dart wrapper. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros 1970 Dart shell covers a complete ’08 Chrysler 300C chassis, drivetrain and interior. David Copperfield couldn’t have ulled off a trick slicker than

The Beinekes at Bonneville

By Gary Beineke (www.71wingcars.com) Pam Beineke ran the fastest time of the Wingnutz duo. Gary didn’t have a chance to best her when engine problems shut him down. Guess who washes the dishes now? BONNEVILLE—SEPTEMBER 12, 1971:Harry

Daily Driver

This ’62 Valiant rises to new heights of insanity with a too-tall blown 605-inch Hemi. Story • AL DENTE + Photos • TheBRUNTBros The Hemi’s snorkel intake is good insurance against the dam breaking, the creek rising and any other epic

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