Tuesday, December 1

Dodge Power Wagon Print

Monday, September 21

Walt's Barracuda


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Originally uploaded by gtxjimmy

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Originally uploaded by gtxjimmy

Ingrid's Non-Mopar Class 2nd Place Winner.

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Originally uploaded by gtxjimmy

Walt's Ram at the Artioli Dodge FAll Mopar Show

Monday, August 31

Walt's Spin

Slightly different angle. Video by Kevin Hodge

Monday, August 24

Special Olymipics Dream Ride.



You can see a slight glimpse of the Barracuda near the end of the video.

Tuesday, June 23

67 Barracuda


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Originally uploaded by wickedryoki
Cool Shot of my Barracuda

Monday, June 15

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Originally uploaded by kh2fast
Short vid of me taking my '67 Barracuda back to the trailer after the Mopar Expo this weekend.

Video captured by Mopars in Motion member Kevin Hodge.

Wednesday, June 3

Dodge Power Wagon

Tri-State Mopar Club
All Mopar Show - 5/31/09
Great Barrington, Massachusetts

View On Black

Photo by Walt Felix - Canon EOS DIGITAL REBEL XTi
Processed with Fractalius plug-in for PhotoShop after editing out background elements.

Dodge Power Wagon
Originally uploaded by Walt_Felix

Monday, March 23

As Smooth As..Black Lacquer

As seen on the hood of a 1970 Plymouth Hemi Road Runner (1 of 16 built) with an Air Grabber Hood. Acrylic lacquer paints have been largely discontinued by most car manufacturers and is primarily used for antique or classic car restorations, or other garage kept vehicles that see limited use. It is used where the highest possible gloss and shine is desired and black is often considered the most difficult color to paint because it requires the most meticulous surface preparation. The slightest imperfection in the body work will clearly be visible after the paint is applied. Hundreds of hours of multiple skim coats, wet sanding, painting and buffing is required to get a show quality mirror finish. The rectangular panel in the center is the top of the Air Grabber which is a vacuum actuated hood scoop the opens by remote via a dash mounted switch. In this photo it's in the closed position.

Tuesday, March 10