This just popped up on YouTube. The guy who shot the video stumbled across a pretty wild Mopar stash which was in the process of being moved to avoid some sort of Aussie government land repossession. After first spotting a Challenger on a trailer out on the street, he managed to talk his way into a tin shed containing several Chargers plus a few wing cars up under the eves. Apparently some were used in movies? Check out the cool collection after the jump!
I already showed you this guy’s review of a Plymouth Superbird. Well this time he takes a close look at a 1963 Chrysler Imperial. That is a lot of steel! There is a reason these things were banned from so many demolition derbies (though that generally applies to the 1964 – 1968 cars)! Video after the jump!
This 1969 1/2 Dodge Super Bee definitely lived its life a quarter mile at a time. In fact, this Hemi Orange 440 6 Pack menace never ran on the street or was even registered. Today it has just 720 miles (the seller claims it is the lowest original mile A12 Super Bee in the world). Obviously, it has been restored, and it’s kind of sad that it doesn’t still wear the original paint and graphics from the time that it was raced by Wyman Collie in North Carolina. But it’s still super cool and for sale on eBay now! Tons of pics plus auction text with the full option list after the jump!
Here’s another one from Barrett Jackson–this one from the 2012 Scottsdale auction. Price was set at $176,000 but there is no indication of whether or not it sold. Apparenlty this was the only Hemi Dart exported to Canada and it raced quite successfully as the “Demented Dart.” At some point it lost the cool blue paint scheme you see here in favor for red. You can see the pics of what it looked like at the time of auction after the jump!
This photo shoot was done back in 2010 to promote the Sox and Martin Collector Series Hemi Cuda built by Mr. Norm’s Garage in conjunction with Diane Sox, but it is so ridiculously awesome I’m dropping it here. That ’68 S S&M Hemi Barracuda is amazing. More pics after the jump! Via Autoblog
This car has been featured all over the net and from this pic you can probably tell why. Brad Riepe of Iowa bought this 1969 Plymouth Road Runner at age 16 in 1983 for $100, but the transformation didn’t start until 1999, when he bought a NHRA Pro Stock Hemi. The motor is pushing a whopping 1,300 hp and Brad keeps things in control with a Viper suspension and big Wilwood brakes. More pics plus some video after the jump! Via Fastcar UK, Streetlegal TV and Lateral-g.net