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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

Compression Testing

Tech Question steve whelan, High Wycombe, Australia, 71 Dodge Challenger 318 HI Rick, I have just bought a 71 Challenger- it is virtually unmolestedsince the day it was birthed at Hamtramck, except that it has a replacement318,…

’70 440 Challenger Radiator Size

Tech Question Sveinn Ragnarsson, Reykjavik, Iceland, 1970 Dodge Challenger 440 I'm upgrading my Dodge Challenger 1970 from a 318 to 440cid. I have been searching for a reasonably priced radiator without muchluck. I found a BRAND…

’08 Hemi Challenger

Mopar Action Article Extra STRIP TRIP An engineering team, headed by John Matterazzo, built the 2008 392 Hemi Challenger from scratch, in record time. They started with a bare plastic shell, and had to fabricate a zillion pieces,…

Ring Around a Posey

Ring Around A Posey The legacy of Sam Posey continues with the G5 Sam Posey Edition Challenger. Back when Sam drove 1970 Dodge Challenger T/As in Trans Am competition, Dodge had built two cars for him—Nos. 76 and 77. The background of the…