Is surrounding your Mopar with orange traffic cones a good way to prevent door dings or is it just inviting vandalism? In New York no less. Read the story at Street Legal TV.
This is only a digital rendering as done by Theophilus Chin with zero connection to FCA but damn, that is one good looking car! Chrysler, build it! Find more info at CarBuzz.
Unrestored Mopars are getting harder and harder find. And this one comes with a very cool story. More pics plus eBay auction text after the jump! I’m not sure how long this one will last with a Buy It Now of $19,500. If you are looking for an original 4-speed car, you might want to jump on this one!
Chrysler is recalling more than 900,000 vehicles for two separate defects. The 3.6L engine, when combined with the 160 amp alternator, may pose a fire hazard. Vehicles affected include the 300, Charger, Challenger, Durango and Grand Cherokee. Wranglers equipped with heated mirrors are also being recalled due to a possible fire hazard. Find more info at Left Lane News.
New replacement parts for 1972-93 Dodge 1/2 ton and 3/4 ton pickups, as well as Ramchargers, are now available through LMC Truck. This was a gap in the automotive reproduction industry that is finally being addressed! The variety of parts is currently limited but it’s a start. Find more info at LMC Truck.
Display your Mopar obsession this Halloween with a Jack-O-Lantern Challenger. Sure beats two triangle eyes and a triangle nose. Find more info at Motor Authority.
Hot Rod magazine’s Ryan Brutt stumbled upon a shop that appears to specialize in Mopars. While the exterior looks like a graveyard, given the fact that the shop houses restored Mopars, one can only hope that these diamonds in the rough are only biding their time until they shine again. Find more info at Hot Rod. More pics after the jump!
Jalopnik reviewed the Scat Pack Challenger. Did the author like it? In summary: “Spinal Tap: The Car.” Read the entire review here.
So you want a V8 powered muscle car and you don’t want to spend a lot of money. Torque News did a window sticker comparison among the usual suspects. No options, just 8 cylinders. The Challenger R/T is the least expensive: $435 less expensive than the Mustang and $2010 less expensive than the Camaro! Read more at Torque News.