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Tasha and the Ten-Year-Old

Twin-turbo injected 451/6-speed ’67 Charger is just the ticket for daily transport. By Scott Longman Photos by TheBruntBros Functional aluminum hood vents are the only body mods on the Charger. Randy could paint ‘em white for

Royal Class

6.1 Hemi for a '33 Chrysler CT 8 Royal By Scott Longman Photos by Paul Stenquist ’33 Chrysler retains its classic Royal persona. Only the custom Dayton wire wheels are a nod to the rod. 1933 pretty much sucked. The first giant

Home-made Mod Top

Sticky situation for a '70 Six-Pack Road Runner By Jim Koscs Photos by TheBruntBros Factory Mod Top Road Runners are rare. NOS roof material is all but vanished.  Some repops are now available, but Rhonda Hatzelis took a more

Breaking Point

Inside an 8-second street Duster By Scott Longman Photos by Paul Stenquist High 8-second pass for this street-legal Duster is just one stop on this car’s journey to the twilight zone of acceleration, speed and the grocery store.

Road Runner Hemi R/TX

By Nick Brunt Translated from the Polish by Mel Coznowski Photos by Bill Erdman In spite of our smart remarks, the Willoughby-built ’69 Road Runner Hemi R/TX is nicely done and very show worthy. Custom silver color was formulated

Car Trek

To Boldly go where no Charger has gone before. By Jim Koscs Photos by TheBruntBros Six months of smoothing and block sanding make this custom Charger one of the straightest cars we’ve ever seen without our glasses. Every  body

FLORIDA CHARGERS

We ride along with the Florida Highway Patrol to keep the peace on the turnpike (hey pal, you know how fast you were going?) Story & photos by Cliff Gromer Florida Highway Patrol’s chargin’ Charger takes off after a lawbreaker.

Special Special Edition

One-of-37 Original Unrestored 1970 Hemi Challenger R/T SE’s Story & photos by Cliff Gromer ’70 Hemi Challenger R/T SE is one of 37 built with a T-Flite trans. Hood pins were an extra cost option. We go back some 20

1970 Plymouth RTS Road Runner

By Cliff Gromer Photos by TheBruntBros This is the story of the 1970 Plymouth Rapid Transit Caravan that Chrysler had built as a show car. At the time of this writing the car was owned by Steve Juliano who had found and owned 3 RTS

Coke Machine

The second generation Chargers were defined by their Coke-bottle shape. But the Coke Car actually sounds as realistic as it looks. By Cliff Gromer Photos by Cliff Gromer and Todd Dziadosz 1969 Charger is restored to mostly