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From the early 1960s through the mid-1970s, Dodge and Plymouth supercars and ponycars defined qultimate performanceq on the street, drag strips, and NASCAR's high-speed tracks. Mopar: The Performance Years provides detailed specs, driving impressions, technical data, and fantastic period photos of the Chrysler Corporation's greatest muscle cars. The books were published originally as part of the Quicksilver Supercar Series. Out of print for more than two decades, original editions of the books are coveted by collectors and rarely come up for sale. Not content to let collectors have all the fun, we've brought them back to provide a unique window into muscle car history. For musclecar fans, each page in Mopar: The Performance Years is like finding another present under the Christmas tree. Featured cars include: Challenger, Charger, Barracuda, Road Runner, Daytona, and Dart; you'll also find coverage of unique cars and racers like the Little Red Wagon, Trans-Am Challenger, the Golden Commandos, the Ramchargers, Richard Petty, Sox a Martin, A.J. Foyt, and Sam Posey. And, of course, there's wealth of information on Mopar's famous engines, from the Hemi to the Wedge and beyond. The original Quicksilver Supercar series Mopar books: Volume 1, ISBN 0-940346-09-5 Volume 2, ISBN 0-940346-17-6 Volume 3, ISBN 0-940346-22-2New Dodge RIT was set up for the street with 440 Wedge by Motion. Charger had Street Hemi power, tike Plymouth, right. ... To present a complete list al this time would turn this story into a parts catalog, for Chrysler is well aware of the weekend demands being placed on its entire engine line. ... Special clutch components, belfhousings, manual-shift throttle bodies, and special torque converters are alsoanbsp;...

Author:Martyn L. Schorr
Publisher:671 Press - 2009-07-01


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