It was unveiled at the 2010 SEMA Show, something that devoted Mopar folks (like you) have dreamed about for years: A reproduction E-Body shell, ready to build into the Challenger you’ve always wanted.
Officially licensed by Ma Mopar, it’s available from Dynacorn Classic Bodies in ’70 Challenger hardtop form. “It is all 1006 universal -grade automotive steel,” says Dynacorn’s Jim Christina of the cold-rolled sheet steel used to make the reproduction E-Body. “In all cases in this particular shell, it’s thicker than the original.”
Can you build a car that’s street-legal using one of these bodies? That’s up to you, as every state has different rules and requirements for “specially constructed vehicles.” The SEMA Action Network has updated the database of state-by-state laws and regulations that cover these–log on to www.moparmusclemagazine.com, for a link to the listing. Once you’re there, you’ll be able to see what your home state requires for your Dynacorn-bodied Challenger to be legally titled and registered.