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All Together Now

The Beatles might have had this one-of-four ’69 Hemi 4-speed Road Runnerconvertibles in mind when they cut their classic hit. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros 1969 Hemi 4-speed Road Runner convertible was one-of-4 built, and

Crankin’ Coronet

5.7L Hemi adrenaline quickens the pulse of a ’65 Dodge. By Bill Woods Photos by TheBruntBros ’65 Coronet is a real sleeper, with just the Cragars giving a hint that all is not stock. Originally from Hawaii, the Dodge wasbought off

Up On The Roof

1970 six-pack Road Runner gets a homemade Mod Top, and some help from M&Ms. By Jim Koscs Photos by TheBruntBros Factory Mod Top Road Runners are rare, and NOS roof-cover fabric has all but vanished. Some repops arenow

Doctol’s Orders

Rx for a ’73 Road Runner Pro Daily Driver. By Bill Woods Photos by TheBruntBros Just what the Doctol ordered: a slick ’73 Road Runner that’s quick and gets attention. Mods are moresubtle than in your face. Growing up and

Lord Of The Wings

Tony D’Agostino’s magnificently restored multi-Gold-scoring ’69 Daytona boasts themost authentically correct parts of any restored ’69 Daytona on the planet. By Cliff Gromer Photos by Paul Stenquist Only three white

Bubble Trouble

Rare combo ’69½ A12 Road Runner gets run through Roger Gibson Restorationsand Car Wash twice to earn the coveted Mopar Action Reference Restoration certification. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros

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

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