Lil Red Express truck
70 charger R/T 440 ...Plum Krazy ...69 Road Runner 440 ..Black
Arrington Aluminum 449,PWR 6.4 Big Valve Heads,Paramount Aluminum 8.8 ,Trans,Dominator Verter,American Racing Headers.Modern Muscle StageIII Manifold,Arrington 90mmTB,LMI True CAI,BilletTech,CTP,Speedlogix,Bogarts,Vossen.-Built By Hemi31-BFNY
Early COE Dodge truck with 3500 Ram chassis with Cummins and 6 speed. 1956 Chrysler 300 , 1963 Polara Max Wedge, AAR Cuda and an unlimited supply of race gas for the Max Wedge!
Rockinsrt8's CocoBolo Pistol Grip Shifter, Gina's Orange R/T Leather Console Cover, BT pedal covers, FRI Sidewinder cam, Dynatec Headers , gutted cats , Borla125 Catback, Air Hammer,TDP - CMR tune, Pedders bushings, Police Pack Oil Cooler, SRT 8 Struts and Nivo's ,Hotchkis sway bars, 260,000 miles, 20" CSRT8 Forged Alcoas, 275/40/20 Ventus ST's , 1/8th mile 7.707 sec /90.19 mph -- 05 QC4X4 Ram 185,000 mi . Never Trust a Fart
69' HEMI Charger R/T all black with the 4spd & all numbers matching.
That's my dream baby right there, followed by a Bugatti Veryon SS
LMI V2 True CAI, Sprint Booster, DS inTune, BT Goodies, Magnaflow Everything, VIP Edition Rear Window Spoiler & Bentley Head Light Covers & AVS Low Profile Side Window Vent Visors, E&G Classics SS Mesh Front Grill & Front Brake Air Intake Grills, Polished SS Rad Cover, 180 JET T-Stat, MSD Coils, StopTech SS Lines, Demolded, Aftermarket Audio, 6K HID Lows & Fogs, Smoked Side Markers, Tinted Taillights, Razors Edge Strut Brace, SRT Pedal Set, Whiteline Sways, Hop Not Engine Torque Strut, Paramount Stage II VB, ATI 13% UD Damper, 392 Fuel Pump, MMP 87mm TB, 6-spd Motor Mounts
#1 loaded up 72 challenger (1st car)
#2 78dodge magnum gt t-top with srt six speed conversion.
#3 1980 New yorker cruiser
would love to start with any of the cars ive owned right off the showroom.
The best of all Mr. Norm’s cars probably was the Dodge Hemi GSS Dart. They fitted it with a 426 cubic Hemi V8, 2 Holley carburetors, heavy duty cooling system and custom headers. Some fiberglass body parts were used instead of steel while radio, rear seats and window mechanisms were removed in order to save weight. It was the fastest factory built non-street legal muscle cars ever produced – it took less than 10 seconds to drag-race 1/4 mile.
40 years after, Mr. Norm is unveiling limited run of Hemi Darts. Each of them will be based on hand-picked and fully restored 1968 Dodge Dart – it takes about 400 man hours to restore one muscle car. The muscle car king name is retained by using 610 HP 472 or 825 HP 572 Hemi V8s. Both engines run on 91 octane fuel. The Dodge Dart You see here is Mr. Norm’s Serial #1.
I have put a lot of miles on this car with the 572 elephant motor in it. What a gas it is to drive. People everywhere within earshot stop and stare when it goes by.
Last edited by Illinois Chaos; 07-03-2012 at 06:46 PM.
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2011 IMSM Pro Outlaw Street Heat Division Rookie of the Year
2012 Midwest Index Shootout Pro Outlaw Street Heat Division Champion
HEADS-UP DRAG RACING
10.645 @ 125.18 Tuned by Tim Barth @ MPH Racing
I would go with the 68 Coronet R/T. I love the 68 Charger R/T but personally i think the old guys dropped the ball designing it. thats why the created the Charger 500 to make up for their mistakes. So the Coronet R/T would suit me better. and if Ralph Grille brung it back it would be so mine! lol
PLUM CRAZY DAYTONA 582
1)1967 Dodge Coronet R/T; have owned four(4) of them, including the first one in the Fall of 1966[looking for another one]
2)1968 Dodge Hemi Dart(originally an SS/BA then upgraded by NHRA in Spring 1970 to the SS/AA Class as they were the only ones to "qualify"). And Yes, I do still have my Bill of Sale from the dealership here in Calgary. That should tweak your interest Skullboy!
3)1969 1/2 Dodge Charger Daytona; this was our tow car for the Dart. I still have the Bill of Sale for that beast as well.