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‘Cuda Been Truckin’

Over the years, I have seen original 1969Barracuda Formula S’ truck finish panelsrise in price from several hundred dollarsto over $2300 at swap meets like Carlisle.Metro Parts Co. advertises their “All new”Finish Panel for $465. Have you

Wiped Out

Can you tell me if thewiper motor from a 1970 Dodge Charger(3-speed) could be used temporarily ona 1967 Dodge Coronet (original variablespeed) without modification? I am tryingto finally get my Coronet to the MoparNationals but found the

Lends Lens

I have finished by ’64 Plymouthafter almost a decade.Problem: The taillight lensesand bezels are borrowed,because I could not find anythat I could afford. Please tellme that someone will be doingquality reproductions soon,because I have to

Beehive

Mr. Richard, I have seen some of the factory blueprints you have printed before in Mopar Action. Would you have one that shows exactly where the Super Bee decal goes on the trunk of my ’71 Charger?Sure do, see below. This factory graphic

Tin Man

TIN MANI’m restoring a ’68 Chrysler 300 2 dr, hardtop with the HP 440 T-N-T engine. I’ve got the correct turquoise engine paint and now I want to buy the right I.D. pie pan on the dual snorkel air cleaner. I’ve seen on eBay orange pans and

Upchuck

Steering chuck and alignment angles upgrades for precise control. By Richard Ehrenberg Can your classic Challenger steer as well as a late-model SRT8? Uhhh, no. But we can get you surprisingly close withsurprisingly few mods—all

Rational Ratios

RATIONAL RATIOSA buddy of mine swears he had a ’71 340’Cuda with fast-ratio power steering. Ithought this option was only available on1970 AARs and T/As. is he on some kind of’70s hallucinogen-inspired flashback, or is ittrue?According to

Texas Steer

I’m putting a 1970 Coronet R/T (440-4,non-A/C) back to dead stock. One of thethings the previous owner had done was toremove the power steering. Luckily, he gaveme the correct (original) steering column andthe gearbox. But he didn’t have

Drumdance Kid

I’m attempting my second-ever ground-uprestoration, this one’s on a ’72 ’Cuda 340.One thing I’d really like to do right is the reardrum (11˝) brakes. I’ve seen guys displaytheir rear brakes at shows with the wheeland drum off, and,

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