Big Bang Theory marathons and Best Of lists; these are things to expect as the year comes to a close. Who are we to break with tradition? Find our most popular blogs/photos in 2014 after the jump. The most popular? Slamcharger. Happy New Year everybody!
These pics are from the day we first picked up the car last month. I was hoping to get a better photo shoot in before the end of the year, but it looks like it’s not gonna happen. So here it is, all 18.7 feet of C-barge goodness.
This is an all-original one owner car with just 90,000 miles on the odometer. This is the 9-passenger model with a rear-facing third row bench seat, and is fairly loaded, with 440 power. One resource tells me that there were 14,116 Town & Country wagons produced in 1972, though not many are left. When is the last time you saw one on the road or at a show?
How cool is this? Well, John Lennon owned one. Check out the 1972 Chrysler station wagon dealership data book and Hemmings has a very good overview on the model. Stay tuned, though, we will have more on this big C monster in the New Year! More pics after the jump!
Chrysler teamed up with Google to give you a detailed look at their Sterling Heights factory, where the 200 is built. If you haven’t already, you should definitely check it out.
These two cars are compared by a Chevy guy and a tuner kid. Hmmmm… Well, anyway, check out the video after the jump!
In November we told you about 15 prime Mopars that Tim Wellborn was sending to auction in January–Wellborn Muscle Car Museum Thinning the Herd. Autoweek has a piece about one of them, a 1971 Charger R/T that Mecum refers to as “the highest optioned example known to exist.” Read the details here. More pics and a list of just some of the options after the jump!
It hurt when we saw the first reported crashed Challenger Hellcat but that damage seemed superficial. This one looks to be terminal. Said to be sold in Colorado and crashed an hour later, it seems that Hellcats in the wrong hands are dangerous but sublime ones seem to be downright cursed! Find more info at Street Legal TV. More pics after the jump.
Elwood Blues had a brilliant idea to purchase a former police car. Or did he? Read one man’s trials and tribulations after picking up a 2006 Charger that served and protected for many years. Find the story at Mopar Max Magazine.