Joel Bourdeau's 1968 383 automatic Satellite convertible, 1 of 71.

Ron Wilson - "The primered car is under construction. It's a 68 r/t clone street/strip car that will be triple black. 446/727/4.10 dana.

The red car is an original 70 r/t that now has a 440 6-pack engine in it. Pretty mellow combo, nothing too radical. Originally it was a plum car with white top/interior/tail stripe. The fender tag shows lots of neat options as well. It's coded for the v-21 hood blackout, hood pins, hood turn signals. It has pdb, ps, cruise, pw, 3 speaker dash, tic toc. The car was completely disassembled and painted red....there's no sign of fc7 anywhere on the car....someone hated purple, lol!"

Rob Pedherney - "I took 2 1970 Chargers and built the ultimate street machine. I have owned one of the cars since 1980 and purchased another one in 1995 to complete the resto...completed in 2000. Won first prize in my class at Auto-rama and Speed-orama in Ottawa the last two years."

engine - 1968 440 .030 over with Keith Black Aluminum piston set. Hurst 4-speed Tranny with 8 3/4 inch limited Slip Diff with 2.79 Gear ratio (NASCAR style). ARP engine stud kit , overlap piston ring set for zero gap and deck height at zero. Federal Mogul bearings, Stock heads ported with oversized Stainless steel valves. Comp Cam .501 lift @ 292 duration , Hi-rev Hydraulic lifters, Double valve spring setup, Hooker headers 1 7/8 exhaust. into 3 inch custom dual exhaust with Flomaster muffler's Holley 4bbl 750 cfm carb on Weilands TEAM-G intake, Aluminum MOPAR Performance water pump and pully system. Elec Fan conversion with thermostat controls. Crane Cam electronic ignition. Braided Stainless hoses everywhere. Battery re-located to trunk. All wiring re-routed to hide the wires below the frame. Custom interior includes all wood stained dash/console/door panels (no longer simulated wood mac-tac) Black interior with velour seats in original Dodge stitching (custom made). Paint is Wineberry over Gold (Candy color by PPG) done by none other than ASE Motorsports.

Al Stigter's 1974 Dodge Charger SE. For a teenager in the late seventies, this car would have been a pretty impressive ride. Well Al thought so too and that's why he bought this car about twenty years ago. Since then, the car has transmogrified into the 6.71 supercharged, 440 Magnum powered Pro-Street machine you now see before you. (engine shot)

Al Stigter's 1972 Dodge Charger Rallye. This Charger (one of several he owns) is an original 440 Magnum, Air Grabber equipped car.

Kevin Pelletier's 1968 Dodge Coronet 500. This car has an unbelievable history. Before it's first birthday, it was rolled and had to be sent back to Chrysler to have the roof replaced. It was driven into the ground and then did duty on a farm as a field car, sans trunk and doors. We only tell you this to give Kevin credit for the fantastic restoration as this is one of the nicest cars we've ever seen. The 450hp 440-4bbl. pushes the car through the 1/4 mi. in 13.40 sec with street tires and mufflers.

Tim Dunn's 1970 Plymouth Road Runner. Where should we start? This is an original V code, 440 6-bbl.,4-speed pistol grip, FC7 Plum Crazy, air-grabber monster. To get all this power to the ground, the original owner thought well enough to order the "Trak-Pak" 3.54:1 Dana rear end. The car was campaigned as a drag car for several years and in racing trim, posted a best E.T. of 11.70. (see below)

These photos were taken at Luskville Dragway (Luskville, Quebec) in 1977.

Here's Tim's car now.

John Fitzgerald's 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T. John has owned this car for a number of years and many a big block has come and gone from under the hood. Currently, a 413 powers the car but John has a 440 being massaged by SS/AA legend, Don MacCallum at his shop in nearby Vankleek Hill, Ontario. This mill plus the factory 4-speed set up will put John into serious Brand-X bashing territory.