De-Rust Your Dart

What’s one area on ’68-’69 Dodge Darts where time (and road salt, water, etc.) has taken its toll? If you guessed front fenders, then take a look at Auto Metal Direct’s new reproductions for ’68 (seen here) and ’69 Dodge Darts. Just like their reproduction ’70-’71 Dodge Dart/Demon front fenders, these are also made from heavy gauge steel on AMD’s own steel tools, each one has the correct side-marker-light holes (round for ’68, rectangular for ’69), and they’ve been repeatedly test-fitted by skilled restoration professionals to ensure they’ll fit correctly. These new fenders are licensed Mopar Authentic Restoration Products, and they’re in stock at AMD right now, ready to ship to you.

Get it: Auto Metal Direct (AMD) • 866/690-3616 • www.autometaldirect.com


For Full Fuel Flow

Modern Mopar racers: Do you want a fuel pump that flows more fuel than your OEM pump does—but isn’t a hassle to install? Then Arrington Performance’s new Plug & Play competition single fuel pump system is for you. It replaces your stock fuel pump with a single high-output turbine pump, rated for E85 and high octane race fuels, using the stock fuel-pressure regulators and venturi systems on your factory fuel tank. But it doesn’t need an additional wiring harness, because its 15-amp draw safely utilizes your factory wiring. It’s rated for 700 rear-wheel horsepower, based on current testing, and it’ll run quietly, even when your modern Hemi’s under a full load (like when the light goes green).

Get it: Arrington Performance • 866/844-1245 • www.ShopHemi.com


Defend Your Carburetor(s)

Ethanol-blended gasolines are murder on carbureted engines' fuel systems—no doubt about it. But how do you keep that blended-in alcohol from fouling up your fuel lines, or dissolving the rubber parts in your carburetor and fuel pump? Add a bottle of Driven Racing Oil’s new Carb Defender Fuel Additive each time you fill your classic carbureted Mopar up. It’s specifically formulated with corrosion inhibitors, which work to prevent expensive repairs and diminished performance caused by ethanol-blended pump gasoline and the moisture it attracts. One bottle of Driven Racing Oil’s Carb Defender Fuel Additive treats up to 25 gallons of ethanol-blended gasoline, and should be used with each and every fill-up…so your classic Mopar’s carburetor(s) and fuel system can function properly.

Get It: Driven Racing Oil • 866/611-1820 • www.drivenracingoil.com