Recently I had the awesome pleasure of photographing Alloy Motors’ Dodge Dart. With american muscle being around for such a long time, it’s sometimes hard to find a build that relates to you or blows you away. This beast on wheels indeed does just that. From it’s sleek lines to it’s Mopar 360 motor, you can’t help to imagine yourself on an open road with a heavy foot. Check out this build and try not to be too jealous. I can’t wait to drool over it again at SEMA.
Note the power brakes! 😀
I had such an awesome time with the shot below. I’ve always wanted to do a burnout shot and to be honest, I was a little nervous getting into it. Besides the burning rubber screaming by my lens, the shot wasn’t too bad. Brian and Jessica Images at it’s finest.
Some info from the site here.
Here are a few more specs:
- 360 engine w/ “J” heads, Edelbrock Performer Intake and Edelbrock carb
- B&M 727 Torqueflite trans – 2000 RPM stall converter
- Vintage Chrysler electronic ignition with MSD
- 8 3/4” rear end with Auburn Sure Grip locker
- Hotchkis TVS front and rear suspension with tuned Fox Shocks and sway bar kit
- Wilwood 4-piston front disc brakes / Big drum rear
- Custom 2.5″ stainless steel exhaust with Pypes mufflers
- Bumpers shaved of bolts, narrowed and tucked
- Custom Alloy in house made Air Conditioning and Alternator brackets
- Custom fan shroud
- Electric fan with Ron Francis Ice Box controller
- 1968 trunk trim
- Flaming River steering column
- All chrome/aluminum trim painted (not powdercoated) satin black
- Stereo – None… Just listen to the perfectly tuned 360 wail out the rear