Hardtops are not as popular among A990 Super Stock fanatics (all 202 of the Dodge and Plymouth A990s were pillar coupes), but let’s not forget that all but one of Chrysler’s ’65 factory FX fleet of 11 cars were based on hardtop models. This ’65 Coronet 440 W32 hardtop is a great Match Bash candidate. The missing front-end panels are a blessing in disguise. Lightweight fiberglass fenders (with the wheel openings already moved forward 10 inches), hoods, doors, trunk lids, and bumpers are available from Sled City. Relocating the front axle 10 inches and the rear axle 15 inches is a simple five-day operation. Your author sells a 90-minute how-to DVD. Find it at TheFunnyCarFarm.com.