Aero-Plate Your Front Plate
If you live in any of the 32 states that require a front license plate, you probably think the license-plate frame that the dealer stuck on the front of your ’08-later Challenger looks pretty lame.
Here’s your solution: Man Machine Interface’s Aero-Plate front license plate mounting bracket.
It mounts behind and through the lower grille below the main front fascia, using stainless steel fasteners, so there are no drill holes or abrasion marks in the fascia.
Precision CNC-machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum for excellent strength, lightness, and appearance, the Aero-Plate is extremely durable and corrosion resistant. It can be easily removed (for shows, etc.) without leaving any nonfactory holes or abrasion marks -- but once it’s on, vandals will have a hard time getting it off.
It’s available in your choice of black anodized or custom polished finishes.
Get It: Man Machine Interface Inc. • (440) 871-6496 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Summit Trivia Challenge
We thought July’s Summit Trivia Challenge would be so easy -- the answer was right in the July issue.
Here’s that question again: True or false -- All Michigan-built ’68 B-Body cars were assembled at the Lynch Road Assembly Plant in Detroit.
Answer: False…’68 Chargers were built at Hamtramck Assembly, per the photo on the July issue’s Retro page.
Gregory Langston of Perkasie, Pennsylvania, was the first (and only) entrant with a correct answer, so he scores the Summit Racing Equipment gift certificate.
For October the question is: What’s the difference between the ’68 Plymouth GTX trunk trim panel and the one used on the ’68 Satellite, Sport Satellite, and Road Runner?
Do your best research, then send your entry via U.S. Mail or Canada Post to: Mopar Muscle, October Summit Trivia, 9036 Brittany Way, Tampa, FL 33619 USA.
Remember, in case we get more than one correct answer, the first one we receive with the correct answer -- or the one with the earliest postmark, in case we get a bunch of correct answers all at once -- is the winner. The judge’s decision is final. Good luck!