For those Cup and NASCAR racers, as well as the few sponsored drag racers running Dodge’s then-new ’68 B-body unibody cars, it became clear (rather quickly) that these cars were prone to twisting. In fact, a wheel-lifting Hemi Charger once twisted so badly from the starting line of one famous drag strip that the back glass literally blew out of its sill, shattering across the track. While excellent at shaving weight from an otherwise large vehicle, the unibody design of the B-body Mopars did leave much to be desired in the way of chassis stiffening.

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