Volume II, Issue 12, Page 35

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THERE ARE MORE THINGS IN HEAVEN AND EARTH, HORATIO...

You guys have a great e-zine here. Thanks for putting it out. The monthly columns are well written and entertaining. It's nice to see a Mopar group that realizes there is more in the universe than E-bodies, Galen G, and Hemis.

Earl Ludington
Ingersoll, Ontario, Canada

GLAD YOU ASKED

I enjoy your publication.
Is there anyway I could get a copy of the cover photo of Steve King’s Viper for personal use as garage art?

Thanks,

Jerry Carrico
Michigan

As it so happens, we’ve just added the ability to purchase our cover art! Just head to our store, here, and follow the instructions.

THERE MIGHT BE A MARKET

These cars are so far from factory original that they border on Comp Eliminator. Over-priced molested Super Stockers! Maybe Vic Custer can build a 7-second version of these flying bricks for some millionaire hobbyist!

Jack Issi
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

AWW, SHUCKS

I found your articles interesting. I have a ‘73 Duster with 526 in-wedge motor powerglide and full 2x3 chassis.

Keep up the good work, I do like it.

Roy Nelson
RPM Motorsports
St. Petersburg, Florida

MOPAR IS NOT DEAD, MOPAR IS LIFE

Right on! Save the Mopars for life!!

Tom Drewery
Canada

TWO DEGREES OF SEPARATION

Hello, Geoff Stunkard. In regards to your barn finds on 10-2-2007.   This was not his race Daytona. His Race Daytona was a V2 Orange Hemi 4-speed Daytona that was dipped in acid and destroyed. His wife Tomiko who just passed away had a Queen Daytona which was an F6 green Hemi automatic which was destroyed in a drag race accident in 71 in Georgia.  Also both Daytonas were only 2 VIN numbers apart. XX29J9B356523 and XX29J9B356525. I happen to have the original license plates off the green Daytona, California ZAC235. Also the white Daytona which you wrote about as a barn find was his 440 car that was his driver. Great stories though.

Thank you.

Sean Machado
Palm Desert, California

MOPAR OR NO CAR, RIGHT?

Glad to see you are sticking with Mother Mopar, Jok! LOL...

Now just don't let your machinist talk you out of using a filled block, unless of course you get one of the aftermarket blocks!!

Dave Covey

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