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All Charged Up (Again)

To some Mo’fans it’s the thrill of the never-ending chase that keeps ‘em going. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros One of Ken’s two favorite cars is a 1971 Charger R/T—like this one, and a ’72 Charger Rallye. But it’s the

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

Simply Smashing

Why Chrysler destroyed 46 priceless Turbine Cars. By Steve Lehto Video grabs by Mark E. Olson/turbinecar.com Photos: TheBruntBros One of the very few remaining—and running—Chrysler Turbine Cars, this one owned and operated

Hunt For Red October

Deer hunters uncover a red ‘68 Hemi Charger…in October. By Al Dente Photos by Paul Stenquist Rotisserie restoration on this ’68 Charger that had been sitting in a shop since 1975 resulted in a First Place award in class at the