PickupTrucks.com reviews the new for 2015 Ram Rebel. Video after the jump!
Friday, June 5th, Henderson NV. Anthony Carroll had his 2002 Viper GTS stolen during a planned sales transaction. The car is red with white stripes, chrome factory wheels with a piece missing from the front bumper and a California plate. It may possibly be in the Las Vegas or Los Angeles area. This is not a low key car. If you spot it or see an ad, please immediately notify your local authorities. Find more info at Street Legal TV.
Justin Bell determines whether or not the Viper deserves the title Super Car. We think his comment “This car, from its birth, was put on earth to stimulate every one of mankind’s senses” is a bit of a tipoff. Video after the jump!
Barns Finds has spied this snowbound Challenger on Craigslist. It’s not much to look at and the owner appears to have taken no steps to preserve their treasure but that doesn’t stop them from asking $18,000. Perhaps the biggest thing the car has going for it is that it’s a V code 440 Six Pack. No indication on it being numbers matching though. Find the Craigslist ad here. More pics after the jump!
Richard Petty seems to have a soft spot for the Goodwood Festival of Speed. Last June, the King lapped Goodwood in his 1966 Daytona winning Belvedere. Find that video here. This year the plan is to drive his 1970 Superbird! He recently gave his Goodwood friends a tour of his North Carolina shop and a spin in his 1970 winged warrior. Find more info at Street Legal TV. Video after the jump!
Finnegan and Freiburger drop a 440 into a Duster, transforming it into Freiburger’s dream A body. The 440 started life in a motorhome before powering General Mayhem (which is now getting a Hellcat!). So what can an anemic 1977 motorhome 440 rated at 185 hp at the crank do with Edelbrock heads, a 25 year old recycled cam, and new intake and exhaust? You’ll be surprised. Video after the jump!
BangShift located the coolest C body to ever carry a model on it’s trunk lid for sale on eBay. Chrysler built very few 1970 300 Hurst cars and only two convertibles. This convertible is said to be the parade car that carried Linda Vaughn. Asking price is a lofty $150,000. Follow the eBay bidding here. More pics after the jump!