Not sure what year this pic was taken, but those days are long gone! Via the CPW – Chrysler Performance West Facebook group.
This week’s movie Mopar is the 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible from the Brady Bunch. It’s a plain jain B5 318 automatic car, but of course any 1971 Barracuda convertible is cool cause they made so few of them–just 722 in total. I had a hard time finding any clips with the Barracuda on YouTube, but I did manage to find one where Greg is at a drive-in with a date, only to have Bobby screw it up (along with the Barracuda’s convertible top). Check it out after the jump! Pic via IMCDB
BangShift has tons of great pics from the 2013 Mega Mopar Car Show at Maple Grove Raceway in Mohnton, Pennsylvania this past weekend. Looks like the High Impact E-bodies were out in force! I have a few more pics after the jump (including a wicked black ’67 GTX) but you can see the rest at BangShift (and they just added some drag racing pics here). And be sure to check out the winners at maplegroveraceway.com
I’ve seen a few of these Chrysler Sebring Bentley conversions over the last few years, but this is probably the most extreme one I’ve seen so far, with the 28 inch wheels and Lambo doors. I can’t tell if it’s “finished” or if they were going for the matte look. It can be yours for $15,000. More pics plus the original Craigslist ad text after the jump! Via Jalopnik
Great how-to article on funny car modeling at BangShift by Steve Magnante. Pictured below: Sox & Martin ’64 Plymouth and Ramchargers ’64 Dodge built by Steve in the late Seventies when he was 14!
This just popped up on YouTube. The guy who shot the video stumbled across a pretty wild Mopar stash which was in the process of being moved to avoid some sort of Aussie government land repossession. After first spotting a Challenger on a trailer out on the street, he managed to talk his way into a tin shed containing several Chargers plus a few wing cars up under the eves. Apparently some were used in movies? Check out the cool collection after the jump!