Wolf Racing also went through the 727, beefing it up while Jon decided an MP 11-inch converter was more to his liking than the stock unit. Out back, the Magnum 500s shod in 15x8 BFGoodrich rubber are turned via a 3.55 Sure Grip in the stock 8 3/4 rear. An identical pair of slightly smaller 15x7 tires are under the front now.
As we mentioned, the Coronet R/T was an upscale creation; inside are head-rest buckets, a console with shifter (now supporting an MP console-mount tach as well), shoulder belts both front and rear, and the AM/8-track. Outside, the car features front and rear bumper guards, fender-mounted turn signals, remote driver-side mirror, the new-for-1968 Scat stripe, and the paint-enhancing vinyl top. The car is outstanding from every angle.
As you can see from the photos we shot at the Mile High Mopar show at Bandimere Speedway last June, ol' Jon isn't afraid to get on that load pedal (you might remember that he is also the former owner of the notorious '6911/42 Super Bee we featured last November). All in all, however, the car remains a tribute to the factory's willingness to give even the bankers and brokers a real ride for their money back in 1968.