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1969 Dodge Coronet R/T

1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Super Bee Logo

This car was found under cover in a yard in Washington State.

This is a factory 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T and is a sound rust free car for our Mopar Muscle restoration project.

We would like to eventually replace it's factory 440 cubic inch 375 HP engine with a HEMI 426 engine with a four speed A833 18 spline stick shift.

My records show that only 2450 of these were produced as 4 speed cars.

Originally a 11.00 second quarter mile drag race car, this car will be restored as a "Super Bee" super stock clone with it's factory style lift off "Six Pack" fiberglass hood.

Many thanks to my late friend Ron Skala of Yakima Washington USA for locating this vehicle and Mike Hill for allowing me to buy the car.

1933 Plymouth PD Coupe

1933 Plymouth PD Coupe Bob Dill Speedway Champion Speedway Photos

This 1933 Plymouth coupe was originally a speedway car in Northern California in the 1960s.

Bob Dill drove this car in the Sacramento area of California and provided these pictures. Bob couldn’t believe that this car was still around and was now in the southern hemisphere.

Many Thanks To Art Carlson in California for allowing me to purchase this vehicle.

Thanks also go to all of my American friends Steve Hayes and a special and missed late friend, Ron Skala who assisted me with this project. Thanks also to Blake Espinoza for delivering it to Seattle for me.

Intended Build Profile

  • Engine: 1957 Chrysler HEMI 392 cubic inch
  • Induction: 6-71 BDS Supercharger with Offenhauser cross ram and Predator carbs
  • Gearbox: Doug Nash 5 speed stick with rat rod shifter
  • Differential: Winters V8 quickchange rear end
  • Chassis: Hairpin rods, straight axle, 4 bar rear
  • Steering: Cross steering, box to be selected
  • Brakes: Buick front and rear brake drums
  • Body: Stock roof height, channelled three inches over chassis, louvered firewall, roof panel and trunklid
  • Wheels: Halibrand style wheels - 15x 4 front and 15 x 12 rear
  • Interior: Bare as possible, bomber style seats, replacement chicken wire in side windows and rear window.
  • Paint: Patina style with lettering
  • Dodge Daytona Pro Stock Drag Car

    Dodge Daytona Pro Stock Drag Car

    In late 2011, we landed a 1980s Dodge Daytona Pro Stock Drag Car, which we understand was raced in Kahwana Valley Virginia in its early days and then ended up in Hood River,Oregon.

    The car is a 1986 year Daytona. It has 1980s period fresh paint, tube chassis 2x3 frame, Morrison 10 point roll cage, removable nose, and body. 12 bolt rear end, with ladder bars, old school wheelie bars, 14x32x15 Mickey Thompson ET Drag Radials, Weld Wheels, Wilwood disc brakes, oil filled Autometer guages, coil over shock absorbers, lexan windows.

    Drive train will be an Isky roller cammed Chrysler 392 HEMI engine with tunnel ram induction, Predator carburetors, GM Powerglide transmission, 5000 stall 8 inch SMI converter, Pro Tree transbrake, turbo input shaft. MSD-7AL ignition , delay box, rpm switches etc, Auto Rod Control pro stock electrical panel.

    Should weigh about 2300 to 2400 pounds with the HEMI engine and transmission.

    1966 Hallet V-Drive Boat

    Hallet V-Drive Boat Boat Engine Detail

    In 2005, I purchased a 1966 Hallet, 18 foot flat bottom V-drive boat which was located in California USA.

    "Heat Wave" will undergo an engine transformation.

    It started life with a BBC and will now be equipped with a Chrysler 392 HEMI engine. The engine will be dressed with a BDS 6-71 Supercharger and the usual HOT HEADS engine and dress up components.

    I have been collecting HEMI marine items for this project for a number of years now and some Aussie hot rod friends visiting the USA in 2006 found some additional items for me.

    Thanks for the wild exhaust system and marine hemi parts Craig and Tim.

    Hopefully the boat have its dip in the water sometime in the near future.

    VERY SPECIAL THANKS to Art Carlson in California in relation to this project.

    Many thanks to Scott Habr, my special thanks to Art Carlson, my late friend Ron Skala in the USA and to Tim Griffin and Craig Bisset regarding their assistance relating to the HEMI "Heat Wave" project.

    Special mention to Bob Hernandez in California for the useful links that he has provided.