Q: Greg, I’m a big Plymouth Road Runner and Dodge Super Bee enthusiast from the years 1968 to 1970. When both were introduced in 1968, they became boulevard-cruising classics. However, while these mid-size MOPARS were fast, especially with the 426 Hemi and 440s, they were both affordable and stayed that way right on through 1970.

Can you give us your recollections of these great MOPAR muscle cars and any differences of note? Thanks for your interesting columns.

Greg Zyla is a syndicated auto columnist. He welcomes questions/comments on collector cars, auto nostalgia and motorsports at greg@ gregzyla.com or at 303 Roosevelt St., Sayre, Pa. 18840.

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