1974 Dodge Dart Restomod
You could build a car like this, but it wouldn't be easy. It would require not only lots of time and money, but the expertise of a team of professionals to bring it all together into a complete package that works the way it was intended. There are some individuals out there that can do it all themselves, but for the rest of us mortals, you can just buy this car and reap the benefits of the team that Musclecar TV brought together to build this "Business Time!" project during season 7. Check it out. Let's start by describing the body and look of this car. It definitely stands out in a crowd with that Green paint! Alternately called Loud Green or Intoxicating Green, it grabs your attention. The hood is painted flat black with "Hemi" shining through announcing what is underneath it. The car has been lowered down and has a bit of rake to the chassis which, along with those massive tires in the back, gives it a sinister stance. A blacked-out grill has a bright green pinstripe through the middle and there is a custom front bumper with stamped and dimpled holes. From the rear, you gotta know that the chassis has been tubbed in order to fit those tires under there. The lights on this car subscribe to the minimalist philosophy with the turn signals and brake lights deleted, although the running lights all work. When you open the door and scope out the interior, there is little doubt that this car's project name is appropriate. It's all about business. The first thing you notice is a lightweight door panel and the 10-point roll cage with a swing out bar for easy entry and exit. Have a seat in the custom bucket seats outfitted with RCI racing harnesses and get yourself settled in. Make sure you can reach the Painless Wiring switch panel with clearly labeled rocker switches, and the TCI outlaw pistol grip shifter for the trans while you are strapped in for business, and then take a hold of the Grant GT steering wheel. In front of you is a full complement of Summit back lit gauges to help you keep track of fuel level, oil pressure, water temp, voltage and (spoiler alert), boost. There is a programable racing tach with shift light mounted to the roll cage where you can't miss it, even under pressure. Now to the incredible engine they built that makes this Mopar a brute on the street, as well as the chassis mods that make it a contender on the track. Be sure to ask your salesperson about the build sheet for this car for more complete details. A late model Hemi block was bored and stroked to 426 cubic inches, topped with Thitek G III custom cylinder heads, then pressurized by an Edelbrock E-Force supercharger. Comp Cams supplied a custom ground billet roller camshaft, and Harland billet rocker arms transfer the lift to the valves. The best equipment from Wiseco, ARP, Melling and Milodon assure a strong, well lubed bottom end and a Holley Dominator fuel pump with HP regulator feeds DeatschWerks fuel injectors. It's pumping out about 900 HP!! That power flows back through a TCI 4L80E 6X overdrive trans to a Moser engineering Dana 60 with 4.56 gears and a True Trac, 35 spline posi. An S&W Race Cars 4-link rear suspension gets the power to the ground through 33X18.5-15 street legal slicks mounted on Weld Racing wheels. Up front, there's a Reilly Motorsports AlterKtion Coil over setup handling things and Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes assure that you can haul this ride back down from speed. Well built by the guys on Musclecar TV and the team of pros that back them up. Just waiting to be well driven by you.