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Hi Steve, my name is Gene Pugliese. I admire your knowledge of Mopars and the people who build them. I am a big fan of early B bodies. I am also a fan of the type of cars Mosher builds. I was wondering what you think of his cars that he builds? I may be interested in the Dodge 330 he is selling on his website. I was just curious what you think of it, pricewise etc? Thanks again for any info you can give me.

PS: also a big fan of yours on Barrett Jackson.

Gene Pugliese

That's a lot of wings

Hi, I was a part of the Daytona Superbird club that celebrated Tim and Pam's grand opening. I am surprised you didn't have a shot outside with all of our cars. We had enough wing cars to fill Tim's lot five times over.

P.S. I drove my six pack four speed B5 'bird 7,200 miles round trip to be there.

Garry Keay
Chilliwack, British Columbia


I completed my '72 Challenger July 4th, 2009. This car was a rolling shell when I got it October 5th, 2008. This car came back from media blasting January 18th, 2009. So it took me less than seven months to complete this project. I built this car myself with some help from my sixteen year old son and my seven year old son in a two car garage. This car gets a lot of attention at local cruises and just driving around town.

I would like to send you some pictures and possibly have my car included in your publication. Please send me information on how to get some pictures to you

Joe Huether
Boise, Idaho


Hello, I am interested in submitting my 1969 Road Runner. The motor was recently just completed by RPM Engines in CA, my trans is currently being shipped from CA and was built by NorCal Transmissions, the bodywork (a complete rotisserie job) was done by Kaliber, and the final product is being completed over the next 55 days by MD Classic Car Restorations. Attached are two small picks of the rebuilt numbers matching engine.

No corners were cut on this amazing resto-mod. Please let me know if you are interested and what steps I need to take. I am currently in Afghanistan (this has sort of been my sanity project for the last two years here) so I may be slow on reply. I purchased the car sight unseen and my friends and family have coordinated all efforts to get this project done before my return this May.


Benjamin Cato

Glad you liked it

I was shown this site by a guy who has the other mauve 1966 Hemi Charger, only his has the white interior. This was quite a story.

Bob M.
North Attleboro, Massachusetts

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