Six Pack Fiberglass

The 1969 1/2 Super Bee and its cousin, the Plymouth Road Runner, equipped with the 440 Six Pack (“Six Barrel” for the Road Runner) engine option were the first production cars to feature an all-fiberglass, lift-off hood. The Six Pack 440 was introduced as a midyear option, and with it came the mandatory addition of the Super Track Pack and its 4.10:1 gears in the Dana 60 rear, either the A-727 automatic or 833 manual transmission, and no wheel covers on the black-painted (regardless of body color) steel wheels with chrome lug nuts. Models ordered as such are commonly…

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Six Pack Fiberglass

The Hive Revived: The Scat Pack Returns After 45 Years

Scat pack group

 

In honor of the 45th anniversary of the legendary “Scat Pack Club” that played a prominent role in Dodge heritage, Dodge and Mopar announced the introduction of new Scat Package performance stage kits for the 2014 Dodge Challenger, 2014 Dodge Charger and 2014 Dodge Dart at the 2013 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show in Las Vegas.

 

“The Scat Pack performance philosophy has always been the core of Dodge DNA,” said Tim Kuniskis, President and CEO, Dodge Brand. “Bringing back factory stage kits allows Dodge…

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The Hive Revived: The Scat Pack Returns After 45 Years

When the Hive was Alive – Looking Back at the Dodge Scat Pack

Original Scat Pack

It was the height of the swinging ’60s, when rock music, fashion and styles were being pushed to the limits. Women cut their hair short, while men grew their hair out. Astronauts orbited the planet in the tranquility of the peaceful heavens, while back on terra firma civil unrest ruled daily headlines.

 

The era also marked the ramping up of the muscle car wars. Soon, the design and engineering offices of Detroit’s Big Three were buzzing with the development of their own mid-priced hot cars to do battle with…

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When the Hive was Alive – Looking Back at the Dodge Scat Pack