Muscle Car of the Week shines the spotlight on a beautiful 1965 Satellite with a 426 Wedge. Video after the jump!
Hot Rod has an interesting piece on how the, lets say “uniquely styled”, 1962 Dodge and Plymouth sedans came to be.
Barn Finds located this 1971 Plymouth Road Runner on eBay. Said to be stock with some rust in the floor and roof, (that roof looks worrisome) it looks like a good candidate for a restoration. It depends on what the reserve is of course. Follow the bidding here on eBay. More pics after the jump!
OK, WAS on eBay. Sorry but we spotted this one on Barn Finds a bit late. However, it was not sold so if you’re in the market for a small block, 4-speed E-body, you may want to reach out to the owner. Bring a big bankroll however, as a $27,200 bid did not reach the reserve price. We think the market may have made the correct call on this one though. That’s a lot of rust! More pics after the jump. Original eBay ad here.
This stretch wagon was built by Chrysler in Rodderdam, used in Israel as a cab and, oh yeah, powered by a Perkins diesel. And you thought Charger Daytona’s were rare! Read more at Curbside Classic.
(Update: Not an actual Coronado which ended production in 1962. It’s a stretched Fury built by an unidentified party)