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Category Archive: BangShift Projects, MOPAR, Project Cars

The Charger: Paint Repair And More Instrument Cluster Investigation

The Charger Chapters: Part 1: Introduction Part 2: The Problem Areas The nice, pleasantly warm and relatively dry early summer of Kentucky has given way to the hot, humid, and hellish season that...

The Charger – Honeymoon’s Over, Let’s Check Out The Bad Parts Of Our Late B-Body

Did you miss the introduction to the Charger? You can read about it here! Now that the odometer is reading about a thousand miles more than the day I brought it home, it’s high time I started...

Awesome New Iron Showed Up At The Yard! Short Bed Dodge And More At Nobody Else’s Auto

When new stuff shows up at Nobody Else’s Auto, yard owner Chad Ehrlich lets everyone know. Through social media, YouTube videos, and more, he shows just what is on hand at his place and let me...

The Challenger Revival, The Final Episode – From Rusting Hulk To Dream Machine

We’ve showcased every single episode of Dylan McCool’s build of this 1973 Dodge Challenger, from a slime-covered shell that was sitting in the trees, long left to the elements, to what it...

The Challenger Revival, Part 28: The Finish Line Is In Sight For The E-Body’s Rebuild!

Before you watch this video, before you read any more words, go back and look up the first part of this video series, either here or on YouTube. Mid-2019, Dylan McCool dragged home a 1973 Dodge...

Copart Cadaver: A 1970 Plymouth Roadrunner Superbird That Burned To The Ground!!! But What Else Happened To It?

Holy crap! You don’t see this kind of thing very often, but what a sad site it is. Seeing a 1970 Plymouth Superbird in person is always a treat, because there just aren’t that many of...

BangShift Power Laggin’ Project Truck Update: Keeping At It With More Fixes And Repairs!

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...

The Challenger Revival, Part 25: Putting In The New Old Gauges And Dash Details!

The exterior is one thing, but I’m someone who loves the details of the interior. What can I say, my happy place is behind the wheel and there is nothing more infuriating than a fuel gauge that...

The Challenger Revival Part 24: MoParty And The First Drive

Looking back to the first images of this 1973 Dodge Challenger as it was found, would you have attempted to bring it back to life? Crusted in algae, sinking into the earth, bashed in the...

The Challenger Revival, Part 23: Engine In, Transmission In, And Electrical Going In!

Dylan McCool has a date with destiny in a couple weeks. That’s his self-imposed mark to have the 1973 Dodge Challenger project build/revival that he’s been working on running and driving,...

The Challenger Revival, Part 22: I Now (Attempt To) Pronounce You Car And Engine

Ah, finally…the engine is hanging from the hoist, dangling above the chasm of an engine bay, ready to be placed in for the final time. There’s a great deal of satisfaction in that moment....

The Challenger Revival, Part 21: Finishing Off The 5.7L Hemi Rebuild For The E-Body!

It’s getting closer and closer to being a running, driving car and just a little more work is needed before the engine that is destined for Dylan McCool’s 1973 Dodge Challenger is ready...

The Challenger Revival, Part 20: Engine And Transmission Work, Finally!

It’s about time. After watching Dylan McCool go through every last part of his 1973 Dodge Challenger revival project, we are finally to the meat and potatoes of what this car needs to...

BangShift Power Laggin’ Project Truck Update: Fixing Even More Hackery And Installing Some Accessories!

Cover photo by Rob Hentschel 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...