So I brought the dart to a reputable restoration shop near me in CT to have some work done on my 67 Dart. I was trying to do most of not all the work on the car by myself and was learning quite a bit and accomplishing a lot. The problem is that I’m in the process of building a 3 car garage with a larger bay area for a future car lift. It’s quite cold here in CT and I am sick and tired of trying to work on my cars on a dirt driveway out in the elements. I thought I have a little extra money I’ll bring the dart to this place have some work done and store it for a few months until spring. Then I can move the cars to the new garage. So I decided to have the Dart clutch replaced with a centerforce diagram clutch, aluminum flywheel and new throw out bearing and the overcenter spring was removed. The car has a 383 in it with 4 speed. I decided to replace old clutch because the car would wheel hop terrible if I tried to do anything but just feather out the clutch to get started moving. I thought that it could be due to a glazed over clutch that was toast. Well now the problem is back again after this supposed reputable shop did the work. For reference my other car a 67 383 4 speed Barracuda doesn’t due this at all and it has a basic factory clutch and flywheel set up? I didn’t think that mopars are supposed to have traction or wheel hop problems. Also I should mention that I had the shop replace the front and rear bushings on the factory type 6 leave springs so I don’t think it’s a suspension issue? The clutch feels good and grabs right at the top on the adjustment. I just can’t stand the fact that I have to ride it a little or feather it to not wheel hop terrible on take off? I’m at a loss any help appreciated. I’m not convinced that this shop really knows what they are doing. That is because of another post i put up explaining the difficulties after they worked on the top end of my engine. That story is better explained in another post.