V8 Auto Mopar Track Race Drag Maroon A727 Upgraded Quarter-Mile
When building a drag car or pro street machine , this is the ideal place to start. The 1969 Mopars had that mid-year A12 option that was out to dominate the Super Stock world. This one pays tribute to that style correctly with a fiberglass lift-off hood that has a scoop large enough to consume any lesser cars that get in its way.
The dash is now a clean aluminum sheet design with all the essential readouts right in front of you, including a large AutoMeter Sport-Comp tach and bright shift light. All your functions are now clearly labeled on a Painless Wiring box, the brake pedal has a line lock, and the B&M shifter gives you a proper place to hang on. It’s everything you need with no excess, because a car like this loses its luxury items to gain speed.
The Torqueflite A727 three-speed transmission was one of the beefiest constructions around. And the rear end knows how to accept all this power with Calvert 9-way adjustable shocks, Caltrac traction bars, and those big Mickey Thompson Sportsman rear tires. Even the chassis is built correctly for a big power/torque setup with subframe connectors and the race cage extending through both the firewall and the trunk.