More Vintage Mopar from SEMA

 

 
This blue Super Bee was on display in Mopar Alley. Dodge’s answer to the Plymouth Road Runner, the Super Bee offered consumers on a tight budget a great performance vehicle that could run with cars twice the price. This 1970 model sported the traditional Bumble Bee Stripe and had a big-block Wedge for power.”

 

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More Vintage Mopar from SEMA

Turning Back the Clock At SEMA

 

For you B-Body fans, this ’69 Coronet R/T “White Lightnin” has a 572 Mopar Performance Wedge Crate Engine that is equipped with FAST XFI Fuel Injection unit along with a Gear Vendors Overdrive unit mounted to the 727 so you can cruise at 70 mph without turning insane RPMs with traditional old-school three-speed automatics. For enhanced handling, this Dodge has the full compliment Hotchkis Sport Suspension products.

 
Mopar also unveiled Kenny Wayne Shephard’s 1964 Dodge 330 with a GEN III 426 Hemi. This vehicle was a collaborative effort between Mopar…

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Turning Back the Clock At SEMA

Lights, Camera, Action – 2010 SEMA Show Fires Up!

As the workers hurry to finalize all the touches at the Mopar SEMA booth, Red Letter Dodge is at ground zero to offer you a behind the scenes look of the high-horsepower and cool customs from Dodge.  
From Road Racing Vipers to Drag Pak Challengers to a modern take on a classic 1964 Dodge Hemi Super Stocker, SEMA offers something for every enthusiast.

 



Make sure to stay tuned to Red Letter Dodge 2010 SEMA Special Section for the in…

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Lights, Camera, Action – 2010 SEMA Show Fires Up!