StreetLegal TV snagged a Challenger SRT Hellcat for a week to determine what it’s like to live with as a daily “only” vehicle. I know I’d make do. Read the in-depth story here. Video after the jump!
Allpar alerted us to four Dodge Shelbys for sale on eBay. Why the big deal? They are all unused! Stored from day one and never registered, they include an ’87 Shelby Lancer, an ’89 Shelby Dakota and two Shelby CSXs, an ’87 and an ’89. Do that with the proper cars and it could be a great investment. Not sure about this lot getting $120,000.00 though. Not helping matters are skimpy photos and a CSX is missing. Follow the eBay bidding here. More pics after the jump!
“All go, no show” is a fitting description for this plain jane Road Runner coupe (unless you rightly consider Hemi badging as a “show” item). A two-owner car, it has been with owner number two since 1975 and is still mostly a survivor car. This one is a driver. Find more info on this rare bird at Mopar Max Magazine. More pics after the jump!
This factory Hemi Superbird spent its early life at the drag strip and was once powered by a 426 built by Sox and Martin. Later it received a 440 and its current custom paint job. The hunt is on for it’s numbers matching Hemi. Find more info at Hemmings.
Who knew that in 1981-82, Mexico enjoyed the Dodge Magnum, an M-body coupe with police suspension and a 300 horsepower 360 hooked to either the A727 automatic or the A833 four-speed manual transmission? Dang! Find more info at BangShift.
Old Mopars, being the rarest of the Big Three (not to mention the best engineered), generally command a premium price, unless a unsuspecting Chevy salesman doesn’t do his homework first. Read how a clean E-body was a steal of a deal and slowly became the beauty you see here. Head over to Hot Rod for the full story. More pics after the jump!
The November 2014 edition of Hemmings Classic Car commemorates Dodge’s 100 anniversary. Articles include Dodge History, 1930 Dodge Phaeton, 1954 Dodge Royal, Dodge Owners (57 of them),the 1963 Dodge 330 and 1939-47 light trucks. Pick up yours today!