"It was all there when I got it, so I left my '40 Dodge stock," said Bill Bishop of Huntington Station, New York. "I used DuPont basecoat/clearcoat to repaint it in the original colors." We have to stop you right there, Bill. What you need to do is go down to your local Dodge dealer and order a big ol' hairy Hemi motor and stuff it under your hood. Next we want you to go to Sears and buy a Sawzall and blow about four inches out of your Dodge's stock top... Better get going, Bill; you have a lot of work to do. We're kidding. That's a sweet, stock Mopar you've got.

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