Silver Special

Were any 1965 Plymouthsbuilt painted silver? Inquiring mindsneed to know.Only the Barracuda and Valiant Signet,the paint code was N – “Barracuda SilverIridescent”. No other ’65 Plymouths wereoffered in silver. It was an extra cost coloron

Black is Black…but Red…?

Is there a specific paintcode/color for the red in the simulatedhood vents on a 1968 Dart GTS, or willany old red do?I’m sure there was a code, but since,as I recall, these ornaments (2786672,673) were supplied pre-painted, only

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

Hose Job

Please excuse my English bad. MyDodge Charger 1968 needhoses and the cans hooked upfor front lights open. I know nothow they all go. Can you help?Sure, I have the factoryengineering blueprint, seeillustration below.

Numbers in Orbit

I have been searching onlinefor 1967 Satellite 383 4-Bbl4-speed production numbersand have come up with gooseegg! None of the forums, messageboards, internet searchesI’ve spent half my life browsingthrough can seem to, well,come through.

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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