Curbside Classic has a great piece on the Dodges of Brazil. In 1969, the Dart that we know and love debuted in Brazil and became a hit. So much so that they decided to use styling cues from the second generation North American Charger to create a 1971 A-body Charger. Read the entire article here.
“I know it’s not pretty to look at but it’ll getcha where you wanna go.” The owner of this 1970 Barracuda, while obviously suffering a huge setback, decided to make the most of it at a burnout competition. You can’t keep a good Mopar down! Find more info at BangShift. Video after the jump!
We can think of way more than four reasons why the 2016 Viper ACR is so freaking fast but CarBuzz lists four of the big ones. Find the reasons at CarBuzz.
A couple of motorcycle racers in Japan, who used Dodge Ram Vans to transport their motorcycles to and from the track, decided to take their transporters onto the track for a friendly race. It caught on and, eight years later, the resulting “race cars” are some seriously modified Dodge vans that compete in a yearly D-Van Grand Prix. We love it! Find more info at Hooniverse. Video after the jump!
In one corner, a 1970 Challenger R/T 440 4-speed. There were less than 100 built in black. This very car was chosen by Dodge to star in their commercial for the debut of the new for 2012 Challenger. In the other corner, a 2015 Challenger Hellcat X. As 707 hp was not deemed enough, they bolted on two turbochargers to bump the output to over 800 hp! The fine folks at Dream Giveaways have outdone themselves again. The winner also gets $40,000 to cover the taxes! Help some great charities and get a chance to win this dream team. Go to Dream Giveaway now to learn more about these beauties and to purchase tickets!
Motor Authority has a piece on a 1967 Hurst Barracuda that recently paid a visit to Jay Leno’s Garage. Built by B&M (aka Hurst), the car is powered by a 360 that’s been punched out to 408 cubic inches and is pushing 500 hp. Coupled with a TKO 600 5 speed and working thru a Hotchkis suspension, it’s looks to be restomodded just enough. Video after the jump!