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Barracuda Convertible Top Installment - Automotive Plastic Surgery
Since We'll Occasionally Go Topless, We Wanted To Have A Good One!
Dodge Ram Shaker-Style Hood Install - Fresh Air For Your Engine
Our Sporterized Hauler Gets A Breath Of Fresh Air
Custom Paint Job Facts - Don't Let New Paint Be The Only Shiny Part On Your Car
Facts about having your car painted
Auto Paint Work 101 - Let It Shine
What You Need To Be An Automotive Painter
Vinyl Top Installation - Vinyl Vindication
Installing A Vinyl Top With Tips From A Pro
Challenger Exterior Sheetmetal Replacement - The Continuing Saga
The Goodmark And YearOne "Big Challenge" Gets Back-Halved
Glassback Roof Install - Chrysler 300 Greenhouse Glasses
Classic Design Concepts' Glassback Roof For The 300
Tonneau Cover Install - The Perfect Top
Installing a new Tonneau that fits and works - Web Exclusive
The Big Challenge Or A Resurrection - Tech
Challenge My Butt, This Is A Resurrection
Dodge Coronet Emblem Repair - Emblem Restoration - Quick Tech
Quick Tech Emblem Restore
Classic Mopar Rust Restoration - A Progressive Restoration - Tech
Rebuilding Your Mopar In Steps, Part 1
Stripes Are In Style - Tech
How To Install Stripes On Your Mopar
1969 Dodge Super Bee Framerail Replacement - Properly Framed
Replacing the framerails in a 1969 Dodge Super Bee
2005 Dodge Magnum Appearance Enhancements - Making Your Magnum Venomous
We change this R/T Magnum into something more venomous with an SRT grille, bumper, and RKSport hood.
How To Paint A Car - So You Want To Be A Painter?
We show you some important steps to successfully paint your Mopar muscle car
1969 Plymouth Satellite Goodmark Grille Upgrade
1969 Plymouth Satellite Goodmark Grille Upgrade
Major Surgery Part 2
In part one we explained how to properly remove a quarter-panel so that as much of the original factory look as possible...
Major Surgery Part 1
Seeing those horrifying cancer bubbles around your wheel wells and rockers?
Installing Chassis Torque Boxes - Boxing Match
Auto Rust Technicians' N Torque Box install
Installing A Rollbar Kit - Roll Over Protection
Installing A Rollbar
Installing Charger Butt Stripes - A Sticky Situation
Installing Butt Stripes On A '69 Charger
Installing AlterKtion K-Frames - Time For An Alterktion
A New K-Frame For Street Guys?
How To Install & Replace Bond-In Glass - Glass Act
How To Install Bonded Glass
Repairing Filler Holes With A Metal-Spray Machine - Sprayin' Metal
Metal Body Filler From A Gun
Convertible-Top Replacement - Going Topless
If You're Going To Drop Your Top, At Least Have A Good One
Energy Suspension Performance Polyurethane Bushings for Late-Model Mopars
Energy Suspension's Performance Polyurethane bushings help late-model Mopars carve the curves....
440 Mopar Engine - Back To Basics
We all know the 440 big-block is the largest displacement V-8 engine built by Chrysler, and when it comes to a combination of torque, power, and drivability, the 440 ranks as one of the best engines...
Rebuilding A Carter ThermoQuad Carburetor
For a solid 15-year run from 1971 until 1984, the Carter ThermoQuad (TQ) was ubiquitous on Mopar four-barrel V-8 engines....
Can You Hemi Now? Part 2
This month we’ll install the top end on our late-model bracket engine, then bolt it on the dyno and show you the numbers!...
1964 Dodge Polara - Recreating History
If you’re into Mopars, chances are you’re into racing and the racing heritage that made Chrysler famous....
1972 Plymouth Duster - Sleeper Personified
In the automotive world, a sleeper is a car that you really don’t give a second look, until all you can see are the tail lights. But, if you’re going to call a car a sleeper, it better look...
1973 Dodge Charger - Recharging A New Generation
One of the great joys of fatherhood is sharing those special interests we might have with our children....
1972 Dodge Challenger - Havasu Hemi
About four years ago, Jim Ford looked online and found a '72 Challenger for sale....
2006 Dodge Magnum SRT8 Wagon
Christian’s Magnum was already a stout performer in SRT8 trim when he found it at a Tennessee dealer back in 2006. But, as soon as he got it home, he began upgrading it, inside and out....
Mopars romp and stomp at Michigan Motorplex
Making a car run the best it can has different meanings for different people. Some feel that however a car runs just by assembling the parts is good enough. Then, there are the few that really make a...
For Your Ride's Finish: AMSOIL's Miracle Wash Waterless Wash/Wax
Need to clean light dirt and dust off your Mopar? (Like when you're on an out-of-town trip to a...
New SRT Viper Video Ad Asks the Question: Car or Cheerleader?
Drive SRT has released a brilliant new video on its YouTube channel featuring the all-new 2014 SRT...
For Your Carbureted Engine: Driven Racing Oil's Carb Defender Fuel Additive
Ethanol-blended gasolines are murder on carbureted engine's fuel systems--no doubt about it. But...
Snake & Mongoose" Movie In The "Staging Lanes"
We told you earlier that a feature film based on the legendary team-up of drag racers Don "The...
1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Convertible for sale
Needs to be restored. No motor. Everything else is there....
Will the heat from headers harm the electronics on a 2010 Challenger R/T? Have been told it...
Replacing timing chain.
Ok, so I realize I need to replace the timing chain/gears on my 360. Not something I look forward...
electronic ignition Pro electronic distributor
1970 cuda 340. I replaced my distributor with a Pro Electronic distributor, eliminating the ECU and...
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