Got an E-Body--or planning your next winter project around one? How about building some real Pro Touring-style handling power into it...thanks to Schwartz Performance's bolt-in "G-Machine" chassis that's now available for your '70-'74 Challenger or Barracuda.
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The body lines and overall appearance of the 1970-74 Plymouth Barracuda and Dodge Challenger are smooth and slick, but their handling doesn’t live up to their outstanding appearance.
This is where the team from Schwartz Performance can help. They now offer their "G-Machine" full perimeter chassis for Mopar E-Bodies. It's designed to bolt under your E-Body's unibody without having to cut any part of the floor. The efficient frame design increases rigidity and decreases weight--by 75 pounds--by replacing the entire front subframe, steering and rear suspension.
The G-Machine chassis' modern geometry and race-bred components deliver a pro-touring stance, with 1.08g in the corners and luxury-car comfort on the street--without sacrificing any ground clearance.
The front suspension features upper A-arms, fitted with needle bearings, that are engineered with separate camber and caster adjustments without using shims. In back, you’ll find a four-bar system with Teflon-lined spherical rod ends for bind-free operation and a smooth ride.
At all four corners, you'll find long shocks--longer than those used on any other aftermarket chassis--that'll improve your E-Body's suspension tuing--and overall handling.
Care to bolt-in a modern Hemi, or will you stick with a 426 Hemi, a B/RB Wedge or an LA smallblock for power? The G-Machine chassis is designed for nearly all Mopar drivetrains, thanks to its adjustable transmission mount.
(Courtesy Schwartz Performance)