AUBURN HILLS, Mich. --
Thu, 1 Dec 2005, 11:57 AM
DaimlerChrysler Introduces 1968 Super Stock Build-Up Book
Courtesy of Michael Gingerella
DaimlerChrysler proudly announces the release of its all-new, full-color limited edition book: 1968
Hemi A-Body: Building a SS/AA. Celebrating the 1968 Hemi Dart and Hemi Barracuda-the quickest and
fastest accelerating vehicles ever sold through OEM dealers-this is the first comprehensive
build-up book ever written on these legendary Super Stock drag racing cars.
In creating this nearly 100-page publication, many engine and chassis builders, race shops and race
teams currently building and racing 1968 Hemi Super Stock cars were interviewed. Over 100 color
photos along with manufacturer and supplier contact information is included, as well as the most
current part numbers available for all recommended Mopar Performance parts.
If you currently own or have ever dreamed of owning a Hemi-powered vehicle, you will want a copy of
this book. If you race a 1968 A-Body SS/AA, you will find all the go fast information you need to
build a more competitive race car. Additionally, the book offers many performance tips for bracket
racers running a Hemi or any other Mopar big block engine, as well as tips on drivetrain,
suspension and chassis setups.
The 1968 Hemi A-Body: Building a SS/AA book retails for $30.00 and can be ordered by logging on to
DaimlerChrysler's website http://www.techauthority.com.
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