Schwartz Performance Mopar A-Body, Fuel CUrve

Schwartz Performance Now Offers G-Machine Mopar A-Body Chassis

Mopar gang! Your friends at Schwartz Performance now offer a bolt-in G-Machine Chassis for 1967-1976 Mopar A-Body with a 108” wheelbase. This full chassis is designed to bolt under your Mopar uni-body with minimum alterations to the floor while increasing the rigidity and strength; creating a Mopar with track handling capabilities coupled with a comfortable street ride.

The front suspension features upper A-arms fitted with needle-bearings engineered with separate camber and caster adjustments (without using shims). In the rear you’ll find a triangulated four-bar system with teflon-lined spherical rod-ends for bind-free operation and a smooth ride. The Schwartz chassis incorporates longer coilover shocks than any other chassis to provide the best ride quality and overall handling.

The G-Machine Chassis are designed for nearly all Mopar drivetrains and feature an adjustable transmission mount. In fact, they’re currently installing a Hellcat Hemi in a ’67 Barracuda project car. Schwartz is a dealer for Mopar Performance crate engines and can deliver a chassis with a complete drivetrain of your choice.

Schwartz Performance Mopar A-Body Chassis, Fuel CUrve

A Schwartz G-Machine Chassis typically reduces weight by 50-75 pounds by replacing the heavy stock front end components, and leaf spring rear suspension. The modern geometry and race-bred components of a G-Machine Chassis produce a pro-touring stance capable of pulling 1.20g in the corners with luxury-car comfort on the street.

One More Thing!

Save the date of Saturday, September 29th, for the annual Schwartz Performance Open House! The party starts at 11am and runs until 3pm. It’s a fun day packed with high performance cars, a great lunch and a chance to see Schwartz’s latest projects and more!

Senior Editor, Digital Media

With three decades of automotive journalism under his belt, John Drummond serves as Senior Editor – Digital Media for Fuel Curve and Goodguys Rod & Custom Association where he has worked since 1990. Drummond got his start in motorsports reporting by making a fake press pass to gain starting line access. The ruse worked and he began covering auto races as far back as 1986 in Northern California, eventually getting his stories published worldwide. He has owned and driven everything from a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere to a ridiculously modded Subaru WRX as well as a string of Mercedes AMG’s, most of which had the warranties voided the day after leaving the dealership.

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