From the early 1960s through the mid-1970s, Dodge and Plymouth supercars and ponycars defined "ultimate performance" on the street, drag strips, and NASCAR's high-speed tracks. Mopar: The Performance Years represents a compilation of the best of three volumes covering these years. The books were published originally as part of the Quicksilver Supercar Series. Out of print for more than two decades, original editions of the books are coveted by collectors and rarely come up for sale. Not content to let collectors have all the fun, we've brought them back to provide a unique window into muscle car history.
This book chronicles Mopar's participation in this "era of excessive force," using original factory technical materials and period photography of both prototype and production vehicles. Everything from mini (273-340) to maxi (383-413-426-440) Wedge and Hemi cars are featured as they originally looked and performed when brand new.