Muscle Car of the Week’s feature car this week is the 1965 Plymouth Satellite with the 426 Wedge. Video after the jump!
One of the rumor mills favorite subjects is the return of the Barracuda nameplate. FCA’s recent trademark application to keep the Barracuda name in the family stoked the fire. Now, Motor Authority is reporting that a Barracuda (in convertible form no less) was shown at the FCA dealer group meeting in Las Vegas. Said to be slightly smaller than the Challenger, it is reported to be based on the new rear-wheel drive Alfa Romeo Giulia platform. (The photo below is of a previous concept car, not the car displayed in Las Vegas). Find more info at Motor Authority.
A victim of rising insurance rates and a looming oil crisis, the 72-74 E bodies were admittedly a step back from the 70-71 model years in terms of outright performance but they don’t deserve the almost Rodney Dangerfield-ish lack of respect that some burden them with. Find a recap of the “big block-less” Challengers at Curbside Classic.
While it’s true that all good things must come to an end, only four years of Hellcats is not long enough! Find more info at Motor Authority.
Gong on the block in September is this 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack with only 5644 miles. The bulk of that, 4000 miles, were put on the car from 1970 to 1983! Some options include a shaker hood, Track Pack, road lights and hood pins. It’s actually still sitting on it’s original Goodyear Polyglas tires. Find more info at Mecum. More pics after the jump!
When 707 hp just isn’t enough. Find more info on this massaged Charger at StreetLegal TV.
Again for 2015, the Brevard Alzheimer’s Foundation has teamed up with AJ Hiers to offer up one beautiful Mopar for their annual fundraising campaign. This years grand prize is a 1968 Dodge Charger R/T powered by a 426 Hemi! Your support also buys you tickets to their barbeque featuring all the BBQ you can eat, free drinks and desert as well as supporting a great cause! Go to ALZBBQ for more info and to purchase tickets.
Yes, we realize that the Hellcats have been out for a while now and everybody and their dog has done a video review but heck, if they keep coming, we’re going to keep watching! The Hellcat has raised the bar so high, it deserves all the accolades. The latest is TestDriveNow’s review of the Charger Hellcat. Video after the jump!
This beautiful, first off the production line, Charger is this weeks Muscle Car of the Week. Formerly part of the Tim Wellborn collection, it recently crossed the Mecum auction block in January where it sold for $215,000. It is now part of the Brothers collection. Video after the jump!