'68 Hemi Darts and Barracudas had glass fenders and hoods. The 13.5:1 '64 Max Wedges had aluminum front ends, as did the '64 Hemis. The '65 A990 Hemi Super Stockers had fenders, hoods and bumpers made from lighter gage steel and the cars destined to be built into altered wheel base A/FX cars were acid dipped (chemically milled) to lighten them. The '69 M-Code Road Runers and Super Bee 440 six pack cars had Glass lift off hoods, and the T/A Challengers and AAR Cudas had Glass hoods mounted to regular hinges (with softer springs). The '70 Chrysler 300H had a fiberglass hood as well.