Old Mopars, being the rarest of the Big Three (not to mention the best engineered), generally command a premium price, unless a unsuspecting Chevy salesman doesn’t do his homework first. Read how a clean E-body was a steal of a deal and slowly became the beauty you see here. Head over to Hot Rod for the full story. More pics after the jump!
The November 2014 edition of Hemmings Classic Car commemorates Dodge’s 100 anniversary. Articles include Dodge History, 1930 Dodge Phaeton, 1954 Dodge Royal, Dodge Owners (57 of them),the 1963 Dodge 330 and 1939-47 light trucks. Pick up yours today!
Street Legal TV has a nice piece on the Dodge Coronet R/T, model years 1967-70. Click after the jump to see a 1970 Coronet R/T with the 440 Six Pack–one of only 194! Regardless of what you think about the front end treatment of the 1970 Coronet, it was definitely unique. Read the article here. More pics after the jump!
Allpar has a piece on the new 2015 Chrysler 300. Styling has been softened but there’s no mistaking that silhouette for anything other than Chrysler’s flagship. The 8 speed Torque Flight is the only transmission, backing up either the 3.6L V6 or the venerable 5.7L Hemi. The SRT has been dropped. All wheel drive is available as an option with the V6. Get all the details at Allpar.
This is what Mother Nature will do to a car if you give her 38 years. The good news is that this car now belongs to someone who will hopefully show it the love it deserves. It was parked after a scant 35,000 miles. If only it had been indoors. Find the story at Cars in Barns. Interior pic after the jump.
Mopar Muscle is looking for any and all Mopars for their December 2015 Readers Rides print issue of Mopar Muscle. And they really mean “all”. Follow their rules, which includes tips for quality pictures and an accompanying short story and your Mopar WILL make their magazine! How cool is that? Find the rules at Hot Rod.
You’d love to buy a new Charger but there is one thing stopping you. (OK, three things if you count those two rear doors). You want a manual gearbox in your 21st century General Lee. Not gonna happen. We kinda already know the answer but Jalopnik’s Oppositelock has an insider who spills the beans (or should we say bean counters). Find the story here.