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We love checking out secret stashes of old Mopars. Whether it’s an abandoned junkyard buried deep in a forest or a well-sorted library-perfect collection, nothing beats the thrill of snooping about uncharted territory in search of treasure. Here we present Bob Munoa’s stash of well preserved 1962-’65 Mopar B-body goodies. Until just a few months ago, Bob’s collection – well protected from prying eyes by its location on a California Indian reservation – wasn’t for sale. But Bob has since realized that he’s got too many irons in the fire and will never get around to restoring all the cars in his collection. So, as you check out this amazing stash of early B-bodies, know that most everything is available for sale. You can contact Bob Munoa at his website injunered@hotmail.com.

Does your Max Wedge project suffer from butchered inner fenders left by an earlier set of fender wall headers? These pristine front clips (left) are the solution.

 

One of 4,349 built, this ’62 Fury convertible (below) has a little bit of rust but could be saved. We’re thinking Max Wedge power…

 


Nothing goes to waste at Munoa’s place. This ’65 Plymouth 2-door Sedan quarter panel is rust free and ready.

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As the 1962’s become more and more popular with restorers, even tiny bits of well preserved metal will be useful. This truncated Belvedere 4-door is ready to yield plenty of clean patch panels.

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