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Repossessed

’71 416 Stroker Demon is a cool exorcize machine that tries to avoid the curse of ourwealth of “devil” clichés. By Jim Koscs Photos by TheBruntBros

Call Me A Cab

"OK, you're a cab." That out of the way, Mack and Dodge team up on this ’46 COE pickup to carveout a unique niche in the realm of truckdom. By Scott Longman Photos by TheBruntBros Here comes the (Mac) bride—in your

The Case of the Wayward Beeper

Is this the first ’69½ 440-6 B-body built by the factory? Is this the 6-Bbl Road Runner tested by Ronnie Sox for Super Stock magazine? Sherlock Action aims to find out. By Cliff Gromer Photos by Bill Erdman Billed as the first A12

Uncle Slam

Super-secret Area 51’72 Challenger revealed (against our better judgment). By Scott Longman Photos by TheBruntBros Government farmed out this Area 51 stealth creation to Eric Lindon at Lindon Collision after they received Top

Exner’s Last Stand

1963 Chrysler 300-J—the rarest of all the 300 Letter cars. story and photos by Cliff Gromer The 300-J essentially was a ressed-up and beefed-up New Yorker with standard leather interior and special trim. Unique or Chrysler in ’63

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

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