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Lots of original parts were used in the restoration, inside and out.

any Mopar. "We're looking seriously for a '70 Superbird, B5 Blue—very specific," he says. "A lot have come up, but not specifically what we're looking for." (Yet.)

If you're looking for a Mopar project of your own, Chris has this advice: "Don't settle for something just because it comes along. Keep plugging away, keep looking, and stick to what you're looking for. It's out there—when it shows up, jump on it." MM

Meet the newest generation Mopar 426 HEMI® / 440 Wedge block, in both race and street versions. These refined blocks have superior casting quality from all-new tooling. Many of the features resulted from collaboration with leading HEMI engine builders. Aluminum, cast iron and compacted graphite HEMI Race blocks feature: .250" raised cam tunnel, rear block face configured for Chrysler or other OEM transmissions, capacity to accommodate a 4.600" bore and other must-haves. The Street Block has many of the features of its race-bred big brother, at a price that will get you out of the garage.


P5153862 (HEMI®) P5153860 (Wedge)

- Siamese Bore

- Redesigned Oiling

- Accepts All Stock Components


P5153866 (HEMI) P5153870 (Wedge)

Same As Street Plus:

- Unmachined Lifter Bores

- Stiffened, Strengthened Block

- Raised Cam Tunnel

Other configurations available.

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Parts Department, l l

GET IT: THE PADDOCK • 800/428-4319 • paddockparts.com

□ The Paddock now has '71-'72 Plymouth Roadrunner/ GTX full quarter-panels, inner extensions, and inner reinforcements. Both of the full quarter-panels are made from heavy gauge steel like the originals. They include the sail panel as well as the section that extends toward the trunk opening and are EDP coated to inhibit rust and corrosion. The Paddock also carries the inner extensions and inner reinforcements that are necessary to mount the quarter-panels to the car. All of the parts are licensed Authentic Mopar Restoration Products, so you can be sure they are of the highest quality.

GET IT: THE PADDOCK • 800/428-4319 • paddockparts.com

□ As if the new Challenger didn't already have enough style, Willpak thought it would be funny to give it more. They do this by designing side skirts for the '08-'09 Challenger which covers the black panel seen at the bottom along the side. They are designed to give your car that classic final touch and a race-inspired look. Installation is quick and easy with the use of pre-applied, automotive grade 3M® adhesive; no drilling, cutting, or fabrication is needed. Available with a ready-to-paint surface, or special order the paint to match your vehicle color from the factory.


□ It's no secret that engine oils aren't what they used to be. Comp Cams recognizes that hobbyists are being forced to pour in additives just so that the flat-tappet camshafts in their engines can survive. Well, they have been hard at work to bring out their own line of high-performance engine lubricants to help deal with these new obstacles. First on the list: Comp Cams Engine Break-In Oil. It was designed to provide maximum protection during initial engine break-in. What's more, the formula includes some critical additives such as ZZDDP (Zinc and Phosphorus), Molybdenum, and detergents. MM

GET IT: COMP CAMS • 800/999-0853 • compcams.com

Time travel at the speed of a 1935 Speedster?

The 1930s brought unprecedented innovation in machine-age technology and materials. Industrial designers from the auto industry translated the principles of aerodynamics and streamlining into everyday objects like radios and toasters. It was also a decade when an unequaled variety of watch cases and movements came into being. In lieu of hands to tell time, one such complication, called a jumping mechanism, utilized numerals on a disc viewed through a window. With its striking resemblance to the dashboard gauges and radio dials of the decade, the jump hour watch was indeed "in tune" with the times!

The Stauer 1930s Dashtronic deftly blends the modern functionality of a 21-jewel automatic movement and 3-ATM water resistance with the distinctive, retro look of a jumping display (not an

True to Machine Art esthetics, the sleek brushed stainless steel case is clear on the back, allowing a peek at the inner workings.

actual jumping complication). The stainless steel 1 1/2" case is complemented with a black alligator-embossed leather band. The band is 9 1/2" long and will fit a 7-8 1/2" wrist.

Try the Stauer 1930s Dashtronic Watch for 30 days and if you are not receiving compliments, please return the watch for a full refund of the purchase price. If you have an appreciation for classic design with precision accuracy, the 1930s Dashtronic Watch is built for you. This watch is a limited edition, so please act quickly. Our last two limited edition watches are totally sold out!

Not Available in Stores

Stauer 1930s Dashtronic Watch $99 +S&H or 3 easy credit card payments of $33 +S&H

Call now to take advantage of this limited offer.

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