The MOPAR Power Club "E" body collection
The car pictured above is a modified 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe owned by Frank Fauci, the founder of the MOPAR Power Club of Long Island . It has a 1972 400 Magnum engine, bored to 415 C.I.D., a Dyers 671 Supercharger, 2 four barrel carburetors, twin 125 horsepower NOS plates, 727B Torqueflite automatic transmission and 8 3/4" 3.55:1 Suregrip rear / 825 Horsepower .It's never been run at the dragstrip, but you've got to see and hear it to believe it. It's got to be incredibly fast!
Below Is Frank's Magnum Force
Click here to also see pictures of Frank's 2010 Challenger.
Iwao F's 1970 AAR Cuda & 1970 Challenger T/A
Danny N's 1970 Cuda
Ellis A's 1971 426 Hemi Cuda
Frank D's 1971 Challenger
Ken's 1970 Cuda 383
Tony T's 1971 Cuda
Sam S's 1970 Challenger RT/SE 440 Six Pack
70 Dodge Challenger RT/SE 440 six pack, four speed, fc-7 Plum Crazy, Power Windows, 1 of 135 made (with 4-speed), Completely Restored
Above is Richard L's 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A. The T/A is all original and in great condition. Like all T/A Challengers, this one is equipped with a 340 C.I.D. V8 with three two barrel carburetors, fiberglass hood with fresh air scoop, and side exiting exhaust system.
Shown above and below, Pete's 1971 Plymouth 'Cuda. The car is equipped with a 383 cubic inch "Super Commando" V8, 4 Speed manual transmission with Pistol Grip Shifter, and 8 3/4" rear with 3:23 Sure Grip. The car is Curious Yellow with a black interior, black Billboard stripes, "shaker" hood, elastomeric front and rear bumpers, Rallye rims, hood pins, road lamps and rear Go-Wing.
Pete writes "I have owned the
car since March of 1991. It is originally from
Michael D's( Host Of Carefellas a New TV Show) 1972 Barracuda
John S's 1973 Barracuda
John D's 1971 Challenger R/T
This is Mark T's 1970 Dodge Challenger. It's equipped with a 318 C.I.D. V8 with two barrel carburetion, automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes and air conditioning. A major restoration was recently completed, and the quality of the work is amazing! What makes this car unusual is that this base Challenger is equipped with an R/T interior and rallye dashboard. The car was originally ordered in late 1969 as a dealer demonstrator model, which explains the unusual interior/exterior combination.
Featured here is Fred P's 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A. Like all T/A Challengers, this one is equipped with a factory modified 340 C.I.D. V8 with three - two barrel carburetors, fiberglass hood with fresh air scoop, and side exiting exhaust system (close-up shown below).
Shown above is Peter's 1971 Dodge Challenger convertible. Freshly restored mechanically and cosmetically, its maiden voyage was a drive from The Bronx, NY to the 1996 MOPAR Nationals in Indianapolis. This guy's got guts!
The car is equipped with a 383 C.I.D V8 topped with a fresh air "shaker" hood (shown below) and an automatic transmission. Really nice!
Peter's newly "restified" 1971 Dodge Challenger Convertible is featured below. It's been equipped to suit Peter's taste. Options in the car include a 340 cubic inch V8, four speed manual transmission, 8 3/4" rear with 3.23:1 gears and Sure Grip, power steering, power brakes, power windows, and air conditioning. Note the molding on the front of the hood and fenders. It was optional, but few Challengers are equipped with it.
Below is Peter's '73 Dodge Challenger Rallye. It was originally equipped with a 340 V8, but now has a 440 V8, four speed manual transmission, and Dana 60 rear end.
Some more MOPAR Power Club "E" body collections
Bob N's 1974 Cuda
Peter C's 1970 Challenger
Richie D's 1970 Cuda 440+6
Pete M's 1970 Blown 440
Orlando V's 1972 Challenger
Gary K's 1973 Challenger
Steve L's 1970 Cuda
Tony R's 1970 AAR Cuda
John L's 1973 Challenger
Bruce B's 1973 Cuda
Joe's 1973 Challenger
Steve T's 1970 Challenger (Before picture above and after picture below)
Rich P's 1970 Challenger
Tony A's 1972 Challenger(InMemory-7/18/2012)
Fred B's 1970 Challenger
Gary D's 1970 440+6 Cuda
Below is Gary D's awesome 1970 Plymouth 'Cuda. It's equipped to go, with a 440 cubic inch V8 with factory six barrel carburetion, 4 speed transmission, and a Dana 60 rear with 3.54:1 gear ratio. Equipped as shown, its best quarter mile time has been 13.21 seconds at 106 miles per hour.
Vinny M's 1971 Cuda
Robert T's 1970 Cuda
Dave S's 1971 Cuda 440+6
Michael R's 1972 Cuda
John C's 1970 Challenger
Bruce G's 1970 Challenger T/A
John C's 1970 Cuda
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