1999 MOPAR Nationals – A Body

Below. A 1969 Dodge Dart modified with a four-wheel drive chassis. Note the “Power Wagon” bumblebee stripe detailed in the final photo. I assume that the car’s street legal since a sign near the car indicated that it’s used for commuter duties. Pretty neat!

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Below, a very nice 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S coupe with 340 cubic
inch V8.

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Below, a 1970 Plymouth Duster “340”. Check out the detail
photo of the wild hood graphic…

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Below, a wild 1971 Dodge Demon Pro-Street. Note the tilt nose and
big block power.

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Below, a nice “Plum Crazy” 1971 Dodge Demon 340.

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Below, another nice 1971 Dodge Demon “340” and automatic
transmission. This car came with the rare AM/Stereo cassette with microphone.

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Below, a 1971 Plymouth Duster “340”.

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Below, one of the fastest cars of its day, a 1974 Plymouth Duster with
the optional 360 cubic inch V8.

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