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Time lapse resto highlights of a '70 AAR 'Cuda. Photos: Cliff Gromer/Bob Hunsel Our June 2020 issue featured Bob Hunsel's award-winning restored '70 AAR 'Cuda. Bob sent us some highlights of the in-progress restoration. So, if

Flight To Atlanta

200-Plus Photographs from the Wellborn Aero Warriors Reunion in action on the track last October. By Geoff Stunkard The Wellborn Musclecar Museum played host to the 50th anniversary of aero-machine “family tradition” last October.

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

Double Take

 1969 Road Runner is a rare mix of colors and options. By Jim Koscs Photos by Paul Stenquist Restored by Jacobs & Angelly, this ‘69 Road Runner scored a 3rd Place in Original B-Body Plymouth ‘70-Down at the Mopar Nats.

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

200 MPH Club

You get a hat. By Cliff Gromer Photos by TheBruntBros The G-Whiz Beinekes' ass-kicking, record-setting K&K-clone ’71 Hemi Daytona. 1971 K&K Hemi Daytona is number 7 in Gary and Pam Beineke’s stable of ’71 G-whizzers.

Power Tour deForce

’60 Fury hardtop wagon hits the Power Tour with a hot 500-inch stroker and cool tricks. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros 1960 Fury hardtop wagon was Canadian-only in 1960. Stripper wagon was transformed from a Bondo bucket

Hemi Legacy: Mopar Monsters

Almost fifty years of development have made the Gen 2 Hemi the most powerful racing engine on the planet. By Paul Stenquist Photos by Chris Graves Regardless of what logos the body might wear, today’s 8,000 horsepower funny car

Heavy Metal

Dodge's rare M201B1 WWII military truck. By Scott Longman Photos by Bill Erdman Only 519 ¾-ton M201B1 trucks of all model years were built by Dodge for the military. This one was produced in 1961. Jim Branson saw it on eBay and