Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird: Design, Development, Production and Competition

 
 
Car Tech (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 14. August 2020
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  • 420 Seiten
 
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978-1-61325-610-7 (ISBN)
 

Immerse yourself in the Aero Wars era and take a thorough look at how Chrysler climbed the ladder to NASCAR supremacy using the Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird.

Author Steve Lehto provides a detailed account of the history of Chrysler's battle with Ford, which culminated with the final wars between the Dodge Daytona/Plymouth Superbird and the Ford Talladega/Mercury Cyclone. The story of Richard Petty's defection from Plymouth, the mighty Hemi, and the creation of the street version of these cars come to light in this all-encompassing tale.

In the fiercely competitive world of NASCAR, every manufacturer was looking for a competitive edge. Ford and Chrysler turned their attention to the aerodynamics of their race cars, resulting in the Aero Wars. During the height of this competition, Chrysler and Ford produced, among other things, cars with radically altered grilles and tail sections. Mandated by NASCAR to produce production versions, these exotic beasts became some of the most costly, creative, and collectible machines ever assembled in Detroit, whether in race trim or in stock street trim.

Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird: Design, Development, Production and Competition delivers a blow-by-blow account of the biggest races between FoMoCo and Chrysler, along with telling the rich stories of the development of these cars. If you are a fan of NASCAR, or just love outrageous muscle cars, this richly detailed and well-illustrated account of a fascinating era of performance will be a valued addition to your library.

  • Englisch
  • North Branch
  • |
  • USA
CarTech Inc.
  • 95,11 MB
978-1-61325-610-7 (9781613256107)
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  • Cover
  • Title Page
  • Copyright
  • Contents
  • Dedication
  • Acknowledgments
  • Foreword
  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1: NASCAR: Early Days
  • The Emergence of Professional Drivers
  • NASCAR and Bill France
  • Detroit Hosts NASCAR
  • Grand National Circuit
  • Daytona Speedway
  • Factory Teams
  • Chapter 2: Enter the Hemi
  • Image Maker
  • Dyno Testing
  • Track Testing
  • 1964 Daytona 500
  • Chrysler and Ford Boycott NASCAR in 1965
  • John Pointer's Big Influence
  • Chapter 3: The Charger
  • Show Car Descendant
  • Performance Issues and Solutions
  • A Body for Speed
  • Interior Upgrades
  • 1967 Race Events
  • 1968 Race Events
  • Chapter 4: The Charger 500
  • Styling Lessons
  • Handling Challenges
  • The Road to Homologation
  • The Public Unveiling
  • Points Competition
  • Rules Changes
  • Petty in a Ford?
  • Nichels Engineering Cars
  • Changing Attitudes
  • 1969 Race Events
  • Chapter 5: The Charger Daytona
  • Radical Design
  • Innovative Build Team
  • Testing at Chelsea
  • Styling Opinions
  • Assembly and Final Testing
  • Impact in the Marketplace
  • Talladega Superspeedway
  • 1969 Race Events
  • Factory Future
  • Chapter 6: The Superbird
  • Aerodynamic Engineering
  • Petty Approves
  • 1970 Race Events
  • Factory Espionage
  • Chapter 7: The Winged Cars in Full Flight
  • 1970 Race Events
  • Season Totals
  • End of an Era
  • Chapter 8: The Ban
  • Chrysler Retreats
  • Sales Numbers Dwindle
  • USAC and Wings
  • The Wedge Takes Over NASCAR
  • Wings Return
  • Chapter 9: Collecting Survivors
  • A 1969 Hemi Charger Daytona
  • An Original Superbird
  • A Vitamin C 'Bird
  • Index

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