CHRYSLER'S AERODYNAMIC WIND TUNNEL TEST REPORT: Gary & Pam Beineke built their 1971(G-Series) wingcars based upon results found in a report of secret wind tunnel tests conducted by Chrysler in early 1970 on the new 71 Dodge and Plymouth B-bodies. No full scale cars were ever built...until now.
All of Pam & Gary's creations have been featured in Mopar Action, Mopar Collector's Guide, Mopar Enthusiast, Musclecar Enthusiast, Mopar Max, Hot Rod TV, and most notably, four of their 'Phantoms" have been featured in Hot Rod Magazine.
G-SERIES DESIGNS: After building the 71 Wingcars, Pam & Gary continued the theme of creating 'what if' cars with XCON, a one of a kind, 71 GTX convertible. In 2008, Pam & Gary completed the SRT-71/SERPENT, another 'what if' concept of their vision of a new Charger. In 2009, they finished their next project, JET X, a 1971-2 GTX Plymouth Exterior Styling studio car, built using photos from 1968 & 9, and featured on the cover of Mopar Action. In 2010, their next project, a 3rd gen tribute to the Bobby Isaac, K&K Insurance Daytona, was the subject of a multi-issue chronicle of the build in Mopar Enthusiast magazine, seen in Hot Rod Magazine's 'Project Garage' section followed by their coverage of the Loring Timing Assoc. land speed event, Maxton Mile event in April, and the subject of a cover/feature in Mopar Action. Last year, the 71 Concept Charger was debuted in the "T" bldg at Carlisle, followed by a feature in Mopar Action.
Check out the new HD Videos of the Race Superbird, and K&K Daytona's land speed runs and windtunnel tests, 71 Superbird, JetX and the SRT-71. All of their magazine coverage is available in the 'Media Coverage' section of this site.
The '43' Project : Debuted in the "T" Invitational Bldg at Carlisle July 2012, and to be featured in Mopar Action. Powered by an Ernie Elliott built R5 Dodge Nascar engine producing 875hp at 8700rpm out of only 358 cu in, backed by a Jerico 5 speed and Moser 8 3/4 rear. Supported both front and rear with an RMS AlterKtion system, Flaming River steering, Autometer gauges, and Wilwood 4 wheel discs. Fuel injected with FAST EFI 2.0 and tuned by FASTMANEFI.com's Rich Nedbal.
G-SERIES' '71' DAYTONA and '43' SUPERBIRD UPDATE:
43=Loring Timing Assoc./LTA-Loring, ME=201.6mph (C-FCT Class record-Pam)71=Loring Timing Assoc./LTA-Loring, ME =208.4mph (AA-GCT Class record-Gary)
71=Loring Timing Assoc./LTA-Loring, ME= 205.6mph (AA-FCT Class record-Pam)
71=East Coast Timing Association/Maxton, NC = 192.7mph
71=USFRA/Bonneville Salt Flats = Sept 13-17th 2011=207.7mph (AA-TO)
40th anniversary of the Bobby Isaac/K&K Daytona's record runs!