Richard Petty’s Daytona-winning 1964 Plymouth Belvedere replica was featured in the April issue of Hot Rod Magazine, which also has a good article on the 426 Hemi. Those of you without a subscription (or who are unwilling to head down to the newsstand), check out this site, which has a ton of photos and information about the car.
A 1967 Dodge Coronet said to be a Mexican version is very unique with its Charger grill with hidden headlights. Sporting the original slant six with a three speed manual, it is said to be rust free. I guess there’s not much road salt used in Mexico. See more at Bring a Trailer. Check out the Craigslist ad here. More pics after the jump!
Check out this snowy Plum Crazy Dodge Challenger Shaker spotted leaving Chrysler’s holding yard in transit to a dealership in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Apparently all the Shaker cars were snapped up by dealers in just four days. Better get one quick, while you still can! Via Scat Pack Forums
There is a lot of anticipation around the mid-cycle refresh of the Dodge Charger, and Allpar published some more information today, along with the rendering shown below. They are predicting 660+ hp of HellCat power, 8-speed autos across the board, updated electronics, suspension and chassis improvements, a refreshed interior and some minor visual tweaks. Stay tuned!
Each year, the National Automotive History Collection (NAHC) selects what it deems will be the collectible car of the future. “We ask our members to predict which of the year’s new vehicles will command the highest attention at Detroit’s famous Woodward Dream Cruise 25 years from now,” Charles K. Hyde, president of the NAHC Board of Trustees said. This is the third time the Viper has won the award. One more reason to own one! Find more info at Cars and Parts.
De·monˈ(noun) / dēmən /: “A persistently tormenting person, force, or passion”. Check out this tormenting force in the guise of a 1971 Dodge Demon. It left the factory with the 225 six cylinder and was previously owned by a little old lady. No joke. It was converted into a restomod 440 powered hot rod. Wicked! Via MoparMax Magazine. More pics after the jump!