"...it will be a 'raceday clinic display' for people to enjoy."--Clark Rand

Mopar Power - 1967 SS/B Plymouth Belvedere RO23

  • Engine: A Hemi with all the right stuff to look the part in 1967, this one has the details that Jake King was known for; Wheeler machine did the build-up and pegged the needle at a solid 520. Crane valvetrain parts, Hooker headers, and blueprinting were all part of its creation.
  • Transmission: A833 'slick-shift' modified transmission with 11" Hayes clutch and Hurst DP-FX-65 shifter (standard RO23 package).
  • Differential: Dana 60 with 4.88 gears and SureGrip.
  • Horsepower and Performance: 520 on the dyno, but no racetrack time...yet...

Sure Grip

  • Suspension: Basically stock with 90/10 Hurst shock, Imperial rear shock, and the 1967 SS equipment.
  • Brakes: Original 10-inch front /11-inch rear drum combination (RO23 only)
  • Wheels: Keystone 15x4 fronts, 15x7 rear.
  • Rubber: Goodyear - street skinny under nose, and original Blue Streaks out back.

High Impact

  • Body: Solid, prepped by Jim Remlinger.
  • Paint: Remlinger, with lettering in silverleaf by Don Dennis. By the way, did you know that the team was still using the Ford colors selected for the Comet in 1964?
  • Interior: Stock original other than a few aftermarket gauges.

Mopar Power - 1968 SS/B Plymouth Barracuda BO29

  • Engine: A race Hemi also rebuilt by Wheeler Machine in Blaine, Minnesota, this engine was a dominant player in 1969. Super Stock tricks circa 1969 were made as well, and it also features the S&M speed parts from the era.
  • Transmission: A833 'slick-shift' modified transmission with 11-inch Hayes clutch and Sox's original Hurst Competition Plus shifter.
  • Differential: Dana 60 with 4.88 gears and SureGrip.
  • Horsepower and Performance: 590 up on Wheeler's dyno.

Sure Grip

  • Suspension: Basically stock with SS shocks and springs.
  • Brakes: Original front disc / rear drum combination (BO29 only)
  • Wheels: Keystone 15x4 fronts, 15x7 rear.
  • Rubber: Goodyear 8.75 x15 front, Blue Streak 10.5 x 15 rear.

High Impact

  • Body: Solid and uncut, prepped by Jim Remlinger.
  • Paint: Remlinger, with lettering in silverleaf by Don Dennis. Still using Ford colors in 1969.
  • Interior: Stock original other than a few aftermarket gauges..

Mopar Power - 1969 SS/B(ig) Dodge D700 King Ramp Truck

  • Engine: Industrial 413 wedge.
  • Transmission: four speed with high-low transfer.
  • Differential: tight, very tight gear - 60 mph top speed
  • Horsepower and Performance: Don't know, but you could pull stumps with it.

Sure Grip

  • Suspension: Factory highway gut buster.
  • Brakes: Original drum 'pump and pray' combo.
  • Wheels / Rubber: Big fatties all the way around!

High Impact

  • Body: Solid and uncut, prepped by Hodge.
  • Paint: Joe and Adam Engelhart, lettering by John Nystrom.
  • Interior: Stock original.