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Mopar Action

Mopar Action

February 2020

Mopar Action is the best-selling Mopar enthusiasts’ magazine on the market today. Mopar Action covers the entire world of Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge vehicles, including classics, muscle cars, race cars, new car road tests, performance tips, technical advice articles, personality profiles, coverage of major Mopar events, restoration advice and club news from around the world. If it’s Mopar—you’ll find it in Mopar Action.

Pays:
United States
Langue:
English
Éditeur:
Athlon Media Group
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1 min.
mopar action

EDITOR Cliff Gromer* cliffgromer@yahoo.com MANAGING EDITOR Geoff Stunkard* ENGINEERING EDITOR Richard Ehrenberg S.A.E.* tech@richardehrenberg.com SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECTOR Anthony “Crec” Crecco* FEATURE EDITOR Jim Koscs* CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHER Bill Erdman* CONTRIBUTORS Al Dente*, TheBruntBros* INSTIGATOR Scott Longman* ROCKET SCIENTIST Mark Grubelich* HOT SHOE Kevin Wesley* ART DIRECTOR John Flannery* ON THE COVER: 1967 Super Dart and ’69 Charger/Hellcat Photos by TheBruntBros* and UV Media VP/GROUP PUBLISHER & CONTENT DIRECTOR Nicholas S. Seifert MOPAR ACTION ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Dan Gallo* 845-505-7479 dgallo@moparaction.com DIRECT RESPONSE ADVERTISING Jim Coen 212-478-1949 SENIOR DIRECTOR MARKETING & OPERATIONS Carrie Roeder DIGITAL SALES DEVELOPMENT & MARKETING DIRECTOR Brock Norman MARKETING COORDINATOR/ ADMINISTRATOR Maureen Pichner ATHLON MEDIA GROUP Corporate Officers PRESIDENT, CEO Chuck Allen CFO/TREASURER Mary Lee Vanderkooi…

3 min.
editor’s notes

CALIFORNIA CRACKS ME UP in more ways than one. First, it’s their politics—but I’m not going there. I want to narrow in and look at Sacramento County in the Golden State, originally known as the Grizzly Bear State (so much for history.) The brain trusts who concoct zoning legislation for their fiefdom have come up with a doozy—hence the crackup on my part. First, some background, as E-booger is wont to say. It’s common for communities to use zoning codes to exclude commercial and industrial uses from residential areas, which in itself is all well and good. It helps you avoid being a potential nuisance to your neighbors. ’Course there are many other ways you can be a nuisance, but we don’t have the space to list them all here. We’ll…

4 min.
let’s be careful out there

I’M NOT A BIG FAN of television or comedians. So when word came that some dude name Kevin Hart had been hurt in a modified ’Cuda among with all the other things that were going on at the NHRA race in Indy over Labor Day, my first response was, “oh, well, stuff happens.” Hart had given the keys of his prized ride to a buddy to take a run up the legendary Snake, So-Cal’s canyon-twisting Mulholland Drive. Hart had also allowed a young lady to hop and ride in the back, where the backseat used to be. Soon afterward, said buddy promptly proved unable to hold back 700-plus Gen3 ponies and put the car over a steep hillside, through a fence and into the media frenzy s*&tstorm. Of course, in the…

6 min.
rust never sleeps!

RUST, ROT, ACNE, Dodge decay, Mopar-Measles—whatever you wanna call it, at some point in life, you’re gonna face it. Everything that’s been on the road for the past 100 years or so has its Achilles heel for rust. So, what are ya’ gonna do about it? Good question, right? I wouldn’t have asked it if it wasn’t. In the world of rust repair, the process usually depends on a few things, like the car itself, the budget, and lastly the dedication of its owner. So let’s get going. We’re going to start with the best case scenario first and work down from there. Scenario one, you have a Mopar that is your pride and joy, your vehicular “Fatal Attraction.” You match your wardrobe to it, dream about it with the keys under…

13 min.
quick fix for sloppy steering

DAMPENED ENTHUSIASM I bought a 1968 Coronet, 383, that has been sitting for at least 25 years. I am trying to get it running. I know the gas tank is beyond hope, so I installed a new fuel pump and ran a hose to a gas can. It sort of ran, lots of sputtering and some backfiring. I then rebuilt the carb (AVS), which helped a lot. I noticed the distributor looked to be installed wrong (the vacuum pod was hitting the A/C compressor), so I took it out, put the crank at TDC compression stroke number one cylinder, cleaned the points and gapped them, put the drive gear in the right way (parallel to the engine centerline), installed the cap and wires correctly, and new plugs. Then it would barely…

1 min.
how to get help

Address all queries to this address: RICHARD EHRENBERG PO BOX 302 MARLBORO NY 12542 Best bet: Online submission form at moparaction.com GROUND RULES: • If you want to submit your question via email, please use the online submission form at www.moparaction. com. If we ask for more info, send back all existing text, or else! • Snailmail must include a SASE and/or a cash bribe. • All letters, electronic or otherwise, must include a full name and a least your city and state. You can request that it be withheld, however, and, if we had any the night before, we might even honor your request. • “20 questions” letters instantly get shredded and the scraps forwarded to Mopar Muscle. So – ask one clear question please, we’re a sleazy magazine, not an encyclopedia publisher. We won’t tell…