Bring A Trailer located this project 1970 Charger on Craigslist. The car starts at $3200. From there you can select various “options”; An additional $500 will get you a motorhome 440/727 combo, bucket seats $500, taillights $200, 8 3/4 rear $350. Get the whole kit for $4200. I wonder if he’ll also push the extended warranty.
The son of the previous owner of this 1969 copper brown Charger R/T is on the hunt for the family car, sold by his father back in the 80’s. Not much to go on other than two granny photos and a licence plate. Back in the day, it was licenced in Wisconsin. Anybody recognize this car? If so, you can find more info at Barn Finds.
AutoNation recently licensed the Road Runner from Warner Brothers. Everyone’s favorite bird makes an appearance in AutoNation’s new Drive Pink campaign (after the jump).
The Road Runner was created for Warner Brothers back in 1948 and was later licensed to Plymouth in 1968 for the legendary/affordable muscle car (for a reported sum of $50,000). We are guessing that AutoNation paid a bit more for the privilege.
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.
On Monday One Lap of America passed through Colorado and Mike Musto took the opportunity to stop at four Denver-area AutoNation Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram stores: Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram of Arapahoe, Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Broadway, Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram Southwest and Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram West! He even got one service department to fix his tire. Video after the jump!
Ricci Cavallaro took a bone-stock 2015 Challenger Hellcat to Pittsburgh Raceway Park, swapped out the OEM rubber for Nitto NT05 tires measuring 305/45/r18, and made a 10.97 pass on his first run! Two subsequent runs were also in the 10s. Read more at Torque News. Videos of his first two runs after the jump!
These two cars are compared by a Chevy guy and a tuner kid. Hmmmm… Well, anyway, check out the video after the jump!