From restored classic coupes to a modern Jeep Wrangler and a pair of Ram trucks, reader Mike C. from Franktown, Colorado, lets us in on what a lifetime of Mopar loyalty looks like.
“My Mopar loyalty began with a ‘63 Belvedere two-door sedan – a 318 poly and typewriter automatic! Since then, it’s been a good ride with a Dodge Durango, Dodge Caliber, Eagle Vision and a ‘72 ‘Cuda resto along the way! Keep up the great work on all the Mopar vehicles!”
Above is the ‘Cuda engine before restoration.
Above is the ‘Cuda engine after restoration.
“It took me eight years to do the ‘Cuda restoration, but I was working full time and had a smaller garage. Now retired, I hope to complete the Coronet a little quicker!”
“My current project ride is a ‘68 Coronet 2-door HT which will be both a street and track (road course) car. Power plant is a 392 Gen 3 HEMI engine married to a 6-speed Magnum on a completely revised chassis. I look forward to beating up a few European sedans on the track!”