Larry Van Zyl backed a weathered, 318 powered Challenger into his garage and ten months later out came a beautiful Ray Barton 528 powered Hemi 4 speed E body. Find more info on the build at Hot Rod. More pics after the jump!
Firstly, the word muted describes only the black, grey and silver color scheme on this wild 1970 Road Runner restomod. There’s no calling a 725 hp, 477 ci Keith Black aluminum Hemi powered B body conservative. A cast-off stunt car from of one of the Fast and Furious movies, owner Jamie Vickers transformed it into the beast you see here. Find more info at Hot Rod. More pics after the jump!
Head on over to MoparMax Magazine and read the story behind this 1967 GTX. It left the factory as a 440 4-speed car. A previous owner dropped in a 426 Hemi from a 1970 Super Bee but the current owner was able to track down and purchase the car’s original 440. More pics after the jump!
Featured in the August 2014 issue of Mopar Collectors Guide, this 1968 Dart is now for sale on eBay. Originally a slant six car, it was built to resemble a Super Stocker, complete with a 712 horsepower Hemi! A change of ownership and the car was then transformed into a tribute to Bob Riggle and his Hemi Under Glass II. (purely a tribute as there never was a Hemi Under Glass II Dart). The one off white tires were added as the owner like Tyco slot cars from the 70’s that had white tires! All photos (more after the jump) were taken by Tim Costello and are from the Mopar Collectors Guide photo shoot. Follow the eBay auction here. Asking price: $150,000.
She goes by the name Pure Punishment. I like it. Classic muscle car on the outside with a modern interior, running gear, brakes and a 6.1L Hemi backed up by a Tremec 6 speed. Suspension consists of a custom 4 link rear but with a C6 Corvette front suspension. Looks evil! See the story and more pics at Street Legal TV.