Bill WorleyBill has devoted many years to small-block Six Pack performance. Currently, he works at a Chrysler/Dodge/Jeep dealership and still loves building up performance for the '60s and '70s Mopars. His AAR was purchased from the original owner in 1996 after it was stored for 20 years in a local barn. Many people had asked to buy the 'Cuda, but Bill got the call since the owner knew of Bill's beautiful Challenger T/A. The numbers-matching motor and transmission were put aside for a more powerful 372 small-block combo. The AAR is occasionally driven instead of his T/A (slap stick auto) just to bang gears with that pistol grip.
Strip SpecsOwner: Bill WorleyYear/Model: '70 AAR 'CudaRace weight: 3,470Curb weight: 3,280Engine: 340, .030 over, 360 crank, 372 ciCompression ratio: 10.5:1Heads: X, 915 casting, ported, 2.02/1.60Intake: Factory six packCarbs/Jets: 350, 500, 350 cfm, 72 front, 64 center, 72 rearCamshaft: Comp Cams solid street roller, .575 lift, 255 duration at .050Ignition: MP Electronic, 36 degrees at 3,000Exhaust: 1 7⁄8-inch headers with 3-inch Dynomax Race Magnum mufflersTrans: A-833 Hemi four-speed, filled with Pro Shift Liberty gearsClutch: Ram metallic 11-inchShifter: Hurst pistol gripRear: 8 3⁄4, 4.10 gearsBrakes F/R: Factory disc/drumWheels F/R: 15x5, 15x8 Weld DraglitesTires F/R: 205/75R, 35 psi,/L60s, 14 psiShocks F/R: factoryChassis/Suspension mods: Adj. pinion snubberSafety mods: driveshaft loopInterior mods: Stock w/shift lightPaint: Original Lemon TwistBest e.t. prior to event: 11.46 at 119.00