MOPAR MUSCLE 2002 JUNE - '41 PLYMOUTH PICKUP, DART
Within this issue you will discover the following topics:
1) THE KEEPER: An M-code Road Runner for Ron Mann.
2) ALMOST FAMOUS: A T/A SP engine-filled '71 'Cuda.
3) EMPLOYEE BENEFIT: A good boss helped Tom Cannon buy his Charger.
4) IRON GENTLEMAN: This Coronet is a distinguished gentleman.
5) NORTHLAND FLYER: A Dart that knows how to hit the target.
6) ELEPHANT HUNTER: Charles Myers hunts big game with a little gun.
7) FREE-TIME FLYER: Guarding track "turf" in a '63 Fury.
8) INTERVIEW: FORREST PITCOCK: The Legend of Dyno 13 and the Golden Commandos.
9) SOCK IT TO ME, BABY: Plymouth's drag racing in the golden years.
10) GIANT SLAYER-THE DYNO BLAST: Building big-block power into the 340-part 2
11) 4-2+2+2=MORE POWER: Four barrels to six barrels for a bigger shot in the tail.
12) INTO THE SLUSH BOX: Building performance into your TorqueFlite.
13) EDELBROCK EPS CARBURETORS: Once again, too big is just enough.
14) RARE COMMODITY: A '41 Plymouth pickup truck is a seldom-seen beauty.
ON THE COVER This super low-mileage M-code Road Runner was purchased new by Roger Mann of Louisville, Ohio, and has remained in his care over the years. It's the perfect cover car for our fuel-guzzling Six Pack theme this month.
Plus many other hot Mopar articles.