Car of the Month

George Moses's EB5 4-speed GTX with white and blue interior

I have owned this car for 35 years.  I bought it for $1500.00, and complained that it was to much money for the car.  On one of my weekend runs of 150 mph I dropped a lifter and parked the  car by my mothers house.  I bought another car and started buy parts for the new car having fun. Years later on one of my frequent visits to the speed shop the owner gave me some news.  He said I know you like mopars, I think i found one. There is this b body mopar a road runner or something. It is over by the river by the projects. It  has been sitting there for some time. I looked at him and smiled, he was talking about my 1970 gtx. I went and got my car and started buying parts for it.

My brother worked for a towing company and the mechanic there told him he would rebuild my motor for $100.00 if I bought all the parts. It took 2 years and I ended up with a 1970 gtx with a 509 purple shaft cam. That is one of the best cams in its class. The motor lasted for 14 years of hard runs.

I am now in the process of building a 500 cubic in stroker motor for it. This will be a present for  my retirement this year. I gave this car to my brother twice. He gave it back both times. I guess we are destined to go the long haul. Photo 1 is when I first bought the car with keystone rims. The other photos are now with crager mags and micky thompson tires.

The options ordered on this car included power steering, front buddy seat, remote driver door mirror, clock and tach, air-grabber hood, chrome door edge trim, AM radio and all tinted windows.


April 2016

Past Car's of the Month

Donnie Douglas' black 4-speed GTX with burnt orange interior 
Scott and Maria Marlow's two 1970 GTX's
Blake A. Bohincs's FT6 6bbl 4-speed
Soren Maatsson's black automatic 440-4bbl drag car
Dan Streeter's EB5 4 speed 440-6bbl with blue interior
David Lee's "Vitamin C" automatic GTX
Bill Lineham's TX9 GTX with rare FK4 interior
Tim Adams' EV2 torred 1970 GTX
Rusty Easterling's EW1 automatic
Garry Keay's Blue 1970 GTX
Roger Wilson's 999 paint code GTX
Bryan Davis's EB7 6bbl 4 speed GTX
Barry Funk's FK5 automatic 4bbl GTX
Roy Garcia's triple black 1970 GTX
Blair Wightman's EB7 4 speed GTX
Darwin Leis's rare black 1970 GTX with white vinyl top
Brian Dougon's rare two-tone paint 6bbl GTX
Dave/Julie Stewart's EB5 w/white interior 4bbl GTX
Chip Haine's rare TX9 4bbl automatic with blue interior

Dave Grimmon's EF8 4bbl automatic with 1/2 million miles
Jim Chandler's FK5 4bbl automatic in the UK
Ron Knorr's EF8 with white interior 4bbl GTX
Dave Hechler's FE5 now 6bbl 4spd GTX
Dave Chisholm's modified TX9 GTX
John Borzych's FJ5 GTX race car

Rick Richard's EB5 6bbl 4 spd GTX

Don Collom's FT6 4 speed 440-4bbl GTX
Bob Thompson's GTX 440-4bbl automatic
Joe Petrungaro's FC7 automatic 440-4bbl GTX
Darren Phiipp's FE5 automatic GTX
Mark Sillar's EB7 A/C auto GTX
Norm VerHage's EB7 4 speed GTX
Chris Akin's FC7 automatic GTX
Steve Lester's FE5 automatic GTX
Ed Aprile's EB5 w/white vinyl top & side stripe 4 speed GTX
Ron Simonar's FC7 4bbl auto GTX
Fred Gilmore's Ivy Green GTX w/ Hemi engine
Brian Moceri's black 440-4bbl 4 spd GTX
Dave Kruszewski's TX9 GTX w/ white interior
Mats & Eva's FK5 6bbl. 4 spd GTX
Doug Dufour's EW1 4bbl GTX w/AC
Frank Forest's FK5 6bbl. 4 speed GTX

Chris Lobascio's EB5 automatic 440-6bbl. GTX
Mike Doddo's 440+6bbl. 4 speed GTX
Russ Carpenter's EB7 4bbl. 4 speed GTX
Ivan Kron's FE5 6bbl. 4 speed GTX
Nick Pieramico's FK5 6bbl. 4 speed GTX
Chuck Brunell's FJ5 GTX
Steve Coe's EK2 4 speed GTX
Dave Drozdowski's FJ5 GTX