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Category Archive: MOPAR, Project Cars

The Challenger Revival, Part 11: Getting It’s Feet Back On The Ground

Is there anything worse than a car that isn’t sitting on all four tires? I’d say yes. Then again, that’s coming from the guy who left his wife’s first car up on jackstands for...

BangShift Project Files: Re-Working The Hood Of A Plymouth Arrow Properly

Ok, here’s a fun question for you: how much butchery did you perform during your early days messing with cars? We’re talking high-school level stuff here, so if you want to raise your...

The Challenger Revival, Part 7: Patching Up The Perforated Floor

Work continues on Dylan McCool’s 1973 Dodge Challenger project machine. While it’s been about a month since we’ve last heard from McCool’s garage, it’s also been the...

Satellite Launch, Part 7: Enjoying The Fruits Of All Of That Labor

I’m genuinely jealous of Kevin and Luke’s summertime adventure. I was getting field updates as they worked. I was sent videos and pictures as things were going on. And with each video...

The Challenger Revival, Part 6: Rust Removal, New Brakes And The Replacement Engine!

I’m growing to appreciate the methodology of Dylan McCool’s rebuild pattern for his vehicles: recover, assess, deconstruct, assess again, then pick a section and get to wrenching. So far...

BangShift Power Laggin’ Project Truck Update: Fixing Rust And Stopping Leaks On This Old Rig!

Welcome back to our coverage of Project Power Laggin’! Follow along as we take a tired 1979 Dodge W150 Power Wagon we found in Central Maine and transform it from a derelict roadside attraction to...

Satellite Launch, Part Five: Them’s The Brakes, Kids!

If nothing else, Kevin and Luke need to be commended for their perseverance in the revival of this 1970 Plymouth Sport Satellite. Whenever I need to feel better about my own questionable...

The Challenger Revival, Part 5: The Rust Assessment – How Crispy Is The Derelict E-Body?

Dylan McCool’s 1973 Dodge Challenger project has been coming along nicely. That’s not too surprising…he’s genuinely been all over this car ever since he dragged it home, and...

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Project Bottle Rocket: Uncle Tony’s Street-Sweeper Coronet Is Alive And Moving!

Is there such a thing as “professional jealousy”? Because I think I’m suffering from it right now. Or maybe it’s the sharp pang from my memories of a car long since gone....

BangShift Power Laggin’ Project Truck Update: Fixing More Hackery And Making Some Improvements!

Welcome back to our coverage of Project Power Laggin’! Follow along as we take a tired 1979 Dodge W150 Power Wagon we found in Central Maine and transform it from a derelict roadside attraction to...

BangShift Power Laggin’ Project Truck Update: Let’s Fix Some Really Questionable Stuff!

Welcome back to our coverage of Project Power Laggin’! Follow along as we take a tired 1979 Dodge W150 Power Wagon we found in Central Maine and transform it from a derelict roadside attraction to...

Project Bottle Rocket: Gears And Gas For The Lightweight Coronet Drag Car Project!

Work never ceases at Uncle Tony’s Garage. There’s lots going on…whether it’s detailing the Nashville Rash that Tony’s daily-driver Swinger received, taking care of the...

Wasn’t Expecting That: Check Out This 3.6L Pentastar-Powered Dart Swinger!

Chrysler’s A-body lineup has a lot going for it: they’re still very affordable for builds, they’re relatively light, the aftermarket makes parts for them and plenty of models have...

BangShift Power Laggin’ Project Truck Update: What The Heck Did We Get Ourselves Into?

Welcome back to our coverage of Project Power Laggin’! Follow along as we take a tired 1979 Dodge W150 Power Wagon we found in Central Maine and transform it from a derelict roadside attraction to...