Check out Muscle Car Review’s pictures of this year’s Las Vegas Moparty. Read the stories behind the cars at Hot Rod. More pics after the jump!
The Goodwood Festival of Speed conjures up images of Jaguars, Aston Martins, Sprites and Hemi-powered Belvederes. That’s right. As in a, nay THE NASCAR winning Plymouth Belvedere. This years event welcomed The King himself and his actual Daytona winning race car from 1966/67. They didn’t just fire up the old girl and hit the course though. They first changed the oil and checked the battery and brakes. It had been sitting for 47 years after all. Read more at Jalopnik. Video after the jump!
The Truth About Cars did a quick review of the 2014 Challenger R/T. Their review appears to have been influenced by thinking of/hoping for the new 2015 SRT. “Chrysler PR cautioned not to get my hopes up for the Shaker, suggested it was less ‘track-focused’ than the SRT model.” Read the review here. More pics after the jump!
Potential bad news if you own a 2009-2012 Challenger, Charger or 300 with the 5.7 Hemi with MDS; the timing chain may snap. Find more info and how to determine if your car is part of the recall at Hot Rod.
You will be bidding on a 1970 Coronet R/T, 426 Hemi, A833 four speed, F8 Dark Green Metallic, stripe delete with a Ramcharger hood. In 1970 they only built 13 Hemi Coronets, and only 4 were equipped with the four speed. It’s going to auction at Mecums in July. Seven figures? Find more info at Street Legal TV. More pics after the jump!
AutoTrader recently reunited Bo and Luke Duke and a certain orange Charger in a commercial to promote their new app. Find it here. Not two weeks later, a car reported to have been used in that commercial is for sale on eBay. You can’t argue with studio documentation I guess. More pics after the jump!