When you don’t have the most popular model of Mopar it’s easy to feel a little left out. It’s really only been during the last 10-to-15 years that many of the A, B and E-bodies have gotten nearly complete catalogs of replacement parts and components. And of those models, the year selection can be surprisingly limited.
Take into consideration the 1971-through-1974 B-bodies. Chargers, Super Bees, Road Runners and Satellites are starting to make their way into the limelight as more desirable 1968-1970 versions of these cars skyrocket in price. Once a model becomes “priced out” of the mainstream, it doesn’t take long for a less popular year to spring up.
That’s why it was exciting to see Redline Gauge Works drop these two “teaser” pictures in a recent Facebook post to their page. Presenting both a Dodge and Plymouth offering for updated aftermarket gauges – outfitted with Dakota Digital RTX gauges – Redline is servicing this underappreciated segment of Mopar B-bodies, which we’re excited to see.
Here’s the original post as written on Facebook:
@dakota_digital RTX gauges for the 71-74 Dodge and Plymouth b-body cars! One of our customers sent us these pics after the install and I have to say they look Amazing! Don’t Forget that we are a direct distributor for all things Dakota Digital and we have competitive prices! Support small businesses and give us a call at 661 259-8891 to get yours ordered! #dakotadigital #redlinegaugeworks #restomod #mopar #hemi #roadrunner #dodgecharger