Dave's 17,000 mile 1972 Dodge Demon was originally a pale yellow/beige colour. It's got rubber floor mats, AM radio and a powerful 225 slant 6!


Tim lucked into this 16,000 mile 1972 Scamp in 2005. Read all about it in the February 2006 Camotion. It's got a slant six and now sports A/C and cruise too! Tim recently upgraded to some cool period rallyes which changes the look of the car completely.


Roseanne Wylie's 1968 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S. The car is powered by a 67 vintage 273-4bbl. although there's a 340 currently underway in her brother Mark's basement. A column shifted 727 torqueflite and a 3.23:1 sure-grip geared 8 3/4" rear end round out the drivetrain. Interior appointments include a black bench seat with center fold-down armrest.


Steve Beckstead's 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger. The Dart started life as a 318 powered, brown car with the rare, painted white roof. A balanced and blueprinted '78 318 replaced the original mill and was accessorized with an aluminum Edelbrock intake and 600 cfm carb. Headers and dual exhaust take care of the spent gas while the 3.55:1 geared 8 3/4" rear puts the power to the pavement. (engine shot)


Dean Mondor's 1966 Plymouth Barracuda Formula S.


Jim McNally's 1964 Plymouth Valiant 200. Originally a push-button, Slant-six car, this black beauty now sports a healthy 318, a four speed and a beautiful new interior.


Terry Lemenchick's 1974 Plymouth Duster 360.


More of Neil's car here

Neil bought his 1965 Barracuda Formula S off the internet and spent the winter of 1999 getting her going. After more than 12 years of sitting, it had a few bugs to work out. It's a 273 auto with all the S options like front sway bar, heavy duty suspension, 16:1 steering, 14" wheels, 10" drums, sport steering wheel, tachometer, hemi engine dress-up package and more! It's now wearing Kelsey Hayes disc brakes and a 1970 340 is waiting in the garage, but first a nice small bolt pattern 8 3/4" rear end needs to be found.