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Mopar B-Body Restoration: 1966-1970 The Chrysler B-Bodies from 1966 to 1970 are the most-restored cars in the franchise's storied history. Popular models among them include the Charger, Coronet, GTX, Road Runner, and Super Bee. Restoring a Mopar B-Body is easier than ever with numerous of available aftermarket parts suppliers. This book offers an in-depth resource for restoring a Mopar B-Body. Step-by-step processes walk you through the tasks of metal repair, suspension rebuild, driveline verification, interior restoration, and more. All components are addressed, creating the most complete resource in the marketplace. With multiple step-by-step procedures and more than 400 color photographs, this is the most-complete hands-on book ever written covering these coveted Chryslers. This will be your primary resource when it's time to tackle a full restoration or complete a simple repair on your prized Pentastar. You won't find a cheaper "part" that helps you more than Mopar B-Body Restoration 1966-1970. Mopar B-Body Performance Upgrades 1962-1979 Stock Super Bees, Road Runners, Chargers or other Mopar B-Body cars were equipped with torsion bar front suspension, antiquated disc and drum brakes, and worm gear steering, and other 1960s-1970s technology. Today, an entire spectrum of parts is available to transform the B-Body?s merely average performance into awesome performance, and this means taking a quantum leap forward in engine output, handling, braking, comfort, and reliability. However, to achieve the best possible performance from Mopar B-Body muscle cars, you need to select the best combination of complementary parts for a particular application, such as high-performance street, autocross/road racing, and drag racing.
Publisher: Midlife Classic Cars