The Swing ’n Sting Engine 318 Program Goes Into High Gear
There are a lot of options available when you decide to begin building horsepower, but everyone will tell you it’s the overall combination that makes a difference. We have already made several changes to the Swing ’n Sting Dart, but it was now going to be important that we piece together what will work.... more
John and Geoff Stunkard - August 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments
Contestants are flying in from across the country to start the Mopar MoVenture, which could bring $5,000 in Mopar parts and accessories into their home garage. MoVenture required hopefuls to submit a video that touted their Mopar loyalty. Those videos... more
By Larry Jewett - July 14, 2011 03:06 PM - Comments
In 1965 Dodge created a heavy and attractive beast known today as the Challenger. Stylist Carl Cameron refined the design, and in 1970 Dodge was building the first Challenger prototypes. GreenLight has taken these well worked and competitively crafted... more
By Larry Jewett - July 01, 2011 07:22 PM - Comments
We document an unrestored, 25,000-mile ’71 ’Cuda 440 Six-Barrel for restoration and vehicle inspection reference.
There’s a lot of information – and misinformation – to be found when researching the factory-correct equipment and assembly details of your favorite Mopar muscle car.... more
Story Barry Kluczyk - June 20, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments
Bringing back the power potential in an 8¾-inch differential
Chrysler’s 8¾-inch rearend was in production from the late ’50s until 1974 in the passenger car line. It was used under literally millions of Mopars over the years.... more
Story Dave Verna - June 19, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments
A KILLER ’CUDA DISH AS HOT AS IT IS GOOD!
The 1973 Plymouth ’Cuda was never optioned with a Hemi, which was due to the trifecta of performance-crippling gas shortages, huge insurance rates and chokehold-type fuel economy standards. ... more
Story Eric McClellan - May 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments
A MOTHER & DAUGHTER-IN-LAW COMBINATION THAT’S TOUGH TO BEAT!
Say hello to the Gibson family – Jim, Linda, Jimmy and Tammy. We can honestly say it’s a family affair that keeps these two ladies going down the strip. Father Jim and son Jimmy do all the engine work on both cars, and Jimmy does double duty as paint and body man when needed.... more
Story Dave Verna - May 01, 2011 09:00 AM - Comments