Collector's Originality Guide Challenger and Barracuda 1970-1974

Collector's Originality Guide Challenger and Barracuda 1970-1974
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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9780760337882
Publisher: Motorbooks
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Renowned for their sleek shape and prodigious power, Mopar's Challenger and Barracuda were among the top cars of the muscle car era, generating a fervent following that continues to this day. Collector’s Originality Guide Challenger and Barracuda 1970-1974 presents all the information you need regarding correct parts, finishes, options, and trim pieces for all the versions of the E-body Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda, built from 1970 to 1974. Author, photographer, and MOPAR expert Jim Schild sorts out all of the details about these prized cars, including the dizzying variety of engine options. Filled with high-quality, detailed photos of excellent originals or very accurate restorations, this book is a resource that no E-body enthusiast can do without.

The author

Jim Schild is the publisher of The Auto Review and is the author of several books in the Collector’s Originality Guide series, including Challenger and Barracuda 1970–1974, Chevrolet Camaro 1970–1981, and Ford Model A. He has also written two acclaimed histories of Chrysler’s racing efforts, Proving Ground: A History of Dodge, Plymouth, and Chrysler Racing, and Maximum Performance: Mopar Super Stock Drag Racing 1962–1969. Schild lives in Columbia, Illinois, and is a member of 15 local and national collector car organizations, including the Society of Automotive Historians.

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Format: Paperback / softback, 128 Pages
ISBN: 9780760337882
Illustrations: 233 color photos
Size: 8.75 in x 11.563 in x 0.437 in / 222.25 mm x 293.69 mm x 11.112 mm
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