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Category Archive: MOPAR

Random Car Review: 1994 Dodge Venom – The False Start Or Testing The Waters?

In 1994, Chrysler was really stepping out into some wildness. After Iacocca had been sent on his way, Bob Eaton had taken the top billing at the company and Bob Lutz was having a ball moving concept...

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Handbuilt, You Say: The Real Story On That Blue Knockout Based On A 1984 Pontiac Firebird!

Last year’s top-pick Craigslist find for me was this…well, thing. All we knew was that it was based on a 1984 Pontiac Firebird and that it looked like something straight from a video game...

Built Ford Tough: This 1974 Ford Galaxie Has Seen Tornados and A Lot Of Downtime!

If there is one weather phenomenon that scares me more than anything else, it’s a tornado. You have time to run from a hurricane. You can prepare for a blizzard or flood conditions. What the...

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Best of 2019: Take A Closer Look At The Larry Peternel Imperial Pro Stocker!

Robert Frost is one of America’s great poets, a man whose work with the written word became so much more than simple scribbles on paper. From the publishing of his first work, “My...

Best of 2019: Check Out This Isuzu Diesel-Swapped 1970 Plymouth Satellite!

When I first saw this 1970 Plymouth and realized what had happened to this car, initially my brain started screaming out, “WHY?!” as loudly as possible. Why is there a diesel in a 1970...

Best of 2019: Check Out This LS4-Swapped Pontiac Montana!

The GM U-vans came in three generations: Dustbuster, Dustbuster II, and “Crossover Sport Vans”. Yeah…that was GM’s own term for the revised third generation that were intended...

Best of 2019: This 1976 Ford Hauler Is Everything In One: Ramp Truck And Hotel Room!

Go to a race pretty much anywhere, any time and you’ll see them. Diesel trucks hauling flatbed trailers. Toterhomes with stacker trailers. It’s kind of nuts what many deem necessary for a...

Best of 2019: 1976 Camaro, Meet VW Beetle. We Don’t Know Where To Go From Here.

My first automotive love was the 1975-77 Chevrolet Camaro. I loved having the bigger back window on the Camaro that I first fell in love with when my uncle brought home a ’76 Type LT....

Best of 2019: Question Of The Day: Ok, Haters, What Car SHOULD Get LS-Swapped?

We get it, OK? We read the comments, we’ve seen the bashing. We’re half-ready to see if we can find a doc to prescribe half of you happy pills while the other half of y’all need a...

Best of 2019: Mike Bilina’s 1956 Chevrolet Is All Go, All Show!

When photographing on the dragstrip, we tend to look for a sure bet car. We want that action shot. We want the half-track burnout with Space Shuttle launch levels of tire smoke trailing behind. We...

Best of 2019: Brazil’s Angriest Ford Maverick At The Strip

The Ford Maverick and it’s twin, the Mercury Comet, did well enough in the United States market. They were decently sized, fit the small-car segment well without being too tiny, and with the...

Best of 2019: A 1973 Chevrolet Monte Carlo Time Warp!

I don’t care if this is everything that is wrong with a street machine wrapped up into one car, I want this thing like few other cars I’ve seen in a while, just on it’s freak-factor...

Best of 2019: Even A 1974 Oldsmobile Omega Looks Like A Riot To Wheel Around

So a subject has come up in the BangShift forums about whether or not a hot rod has ever been cheap. There’s always been those who can squeeze the last drop of blood from a stone to make their...

Best of 2019: Ever Heard Of The Corporate Concepts Lieutenant Truck?

While it might not appear to be an issue when you look at what prowls the Interstates of America, one issue that is a problem for many truck owners is length. While lately it seems that the problem...

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