The Feature Mopar this month is a 1967 R/T. This Mopar has been in our family since the early 1980's. It is still registered to my mom in Pennsylvania. The car was a very typical '70's street machine with black cherry paint, big tires, a six packed 440 and crushed velvet interior. After it was vandalized while in storage, it was last on the road in 1989. It sat in various states of restoration until 2011 when Dave Whitenack towed the car to Indiana where he and Todd Keen performed the body any paint work. the 1967 440 HP engine was rebuilt with a comp .525 lift cam, 915 heads, stock carter AFB carb and 1967 exhaust manifolds. The 727 transmission has a 2800 stall converter, reversed gear pattern and manual valve body. The 8 and 3/4 rear has a sure-grip and 4:10 gears. It still needs some odds and ends but it is nice to drive after nearly 30 yrs!
The club site is a (Flash) site so you do need to have Adobe Flash installed on your browser, just click the link as you see it for viewing the cool Mopars on this site. (Photos posted Click Logo below)
"Club Meeting" coming in September
The site was updated Sept 1st 12:21 AM
Club website photos are in Adobe Flash be sure your Browser has Adobe Flash to view the cool Mopars on our site. Link on photo pages if needed.
Mopar of the month is a 1967 Coronet R/T. This Mopar is one of a few other Mopars this member owns too. I also wish to make a note here. This member is a local dentist, and local drag racer.. John's business card is under our Contact Page for making a doctor appointment.
I formed this club in July 2002 with the idea I just wanted a few more cool Mopars to park my 1969 GTX beside. Over the years this club has grown to be known in many states, and also other parts of the world. I have very simple rules in our club with no dues. If you think you want to be a part of us simply contact me. I will be more than happy to send you the club rules to become a part of this "Private Club". Thank you, and enjoy our Mopars! We do! I am Smilin' Ed the President.
Click my (Dash / Headlight) button below to view Smilin' Ed's personal page where I have photos of my 1969 Plymouth GTX and " KRISSY", my 1968 Dodge Dart GTS Convertible. (clone) You can Email me too with the Envelope.