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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

Brawl in the Family

Coolest car wars pits son’s twice made-over ’Cuda against Dad’s Road Runner. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros Second time around, the 1974 ’Cuda went from Rally red to Purple Rhapsody. AAR hood is a carryover from the first

Play It Again, Sam

“Uncle” helps build this ’Cuda with 20 years of tax refunds.Story • Al Dente • PHOTOS • TheBruntBros Christine Glinski aka the “wrench wench” sez: “You toucha my car and I breaka your face.” (Funny, she isn’t even Italian). You can’t

Buschwacker

Kurt Busch trades his NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Dodge Charger for a 1600 horsepower street-legal 1970 Challenger Super Gas. By Cliff Gromer Photos by TheBruntBros

I Have A Dream

A young Dodge designer’s take on the Challenger and Dart—take it or leave it. By Cliff Gromer Photos and illustrations from the Herb Grasse Archives Herb’s  concept for the ’71-’72 Challenger grille. Budget dictated carryover

Changing Times

’71 custom ‘Cuda serves up a unique blend of past and present, and lets others worry about the future. By Jim Koscs Photos by TheBruntBros Money talks, so if you listen closely, you can hear this ‘Cuda sing “The Barber of

Love And Six

Meet the Slant-Six Barracuda convertible that wasn’t converted into a Hemicuda clone (yet). Story and photos by Scotty Lachenauer Just because it’s a Six doesn’t mean it has to be slow. Put your foot down for wind in your hair and

Poster Power

The story behind the Lime Light 1970 Hemicuda in the BF Goodrich tire ad. By Al Dente Photos by TheBruntBros Hemicuda was in Canada all its life until it was bought in 1987 by Marty Ahlgrim in Southern CA. the Plymouth had been

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