Charger, Road Runner and Super Bee

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Motorbooks International, 1994 - Transportation - 128 pages
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A detailed tribute to the hottest performers of the musclecar era! Chrysler's B-bodies and their huge engines and mid-size bodies made pony cars like the Mustang seem small in comparison. This volume traces the B-body's history from its Dodge Coronet/Plymouth Belvedere roots, through the 1968-1971 glory years, to its last gasp in the late 1970s. Includes engineering background, technical specs, and model details, plus interviews with Chrysler designers and engineers.

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About the author (1994)

Mike Mueller (Arlington, Texas) has worked as a freelance automotive photojournalist since 1991. A 1983 graduate of the University of Illinois' journalism program, Mueller held staff positions from 1987 to 1991 with Automobile Quarterly, Corvette Fever, Muscle Car Review, and Mustang Monthly, among others. A lifetime car enthusiast, Mueller has written/photographed more than 25 automotive history (including pickup trucks) books and contributed photography to at least that many more. Among his long list of titles are Motorbooks' The Complete Book of Classic GM Muscle, The Complete Book of Corvette, The Complete Book of Dodge & Plymouth Muscle, and The Complete Book of Mustang. He also has photographed dozens of car/truck calendars and contributed more than 1,000 articles to magazines like Car Craft, AutoWeek, Street Rodder, Motor Trend's Truck Trend, Car Collector, Baseball Digest, and American History Illustrated. His photos have appeared in LIFE, Forbes, Esquire, Automobile, Popular Hot Rodding, and countless other publications.

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