425 horses (snicker) in a plain, sorta brown, wrapper. Bench seat, steelies and dog dish hubcaps. Seller is claiming only 23,009 miles! You really can’t get any better. All for a not too unreasonable $89,000. As featured on BangShft.com. Be sure to check out the eBay auction! More pics after the jump!
The seller says this 1970 440 six barrel GTX is the only one in alpine white with a white interior known to exist. Maybe that’s why it really seems to stand out. Find the details at Hemmings.
Anybody need a new desktop background? Find it at Hooniverse.
This pic was taken at the 10th American Car Meeting in Metzingen, Germany, in October of 2009. Normally not a fan of yellow, but, wow… Via Deviantart.com
Now here’s something you don’t see every day: a Mopar ragtop in the Swiss Alps. This is a 383 car and looks great with the Keystone Klassics. Via Rico Bogoni’s Facebook page.
While not a surprise, it’s still painful to hear Ralph Gilles admit that the V8 Hemi will not be around forever. Gas prices will never drop, CAFE standards are getting tougher and V6’s continue to get more powerful. Get ’em while you can folks. See the story at Street Legal TV.
Produced for only two model years (1970 and 1971), The Plymouth Sport Fury GT was Plymouth’s attempt at a full size muscle car. The 440 4 bbl was the popular choice but a 6 bbl was an option, too. I love the sinister styling. What say you? Could a C-body be considered a muscle car? Hooniverse is asking. More pics after the jump!
This very solid E-body sitting in Tennessee is not for sale but not for the usual “I’m going to restore it someday” reason. This owner is just downright nasty,
“I found this ’71 Barracuda sitting in Tennessee. I got a chance to talk the owner, an older woman. She refuses to sell, and has turned down several offers. She said that someone can take away when they can sweep it into a dust bin. Sad story.”
See it here at Cars in Barns. Another pic after the jump.