When Mopar people hear the term Dodge concept vehicle, they think of the Diamante, the Viper, the Tomahawk and Intrepid; exciting cars/bikes, some of which actually made it to production. But there were more. CarBuzz has a piece on the lesser known concepts. Read the article here! More pics after the jump!
A Dodge Challenger Hellcat and the German Autobahn just go together like peanut butter and jelly. Video after the jump!
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.
“Don’t do it” I said. “You’ll regret it” I said. “Nobody has ever said ‘I’m glad I sold that beautiful old car”. I was throwing out every appropriate phrase that I could think of to stop our editor from selling his 1972 Chrysler Town and Country, but to no avail. He posted it to Bring A Trailer and, in no time at all, we had an extra 124 square feet in the Mopar Blog garage. Auctions are great way to maximize your return but you have zero control who buys it. Well, long story short, she was sold to somebody who solely wanted the 440. It was pulled, the car was pushed outside where vandals and rodents took over. She then bounced from salvage yard to salvage yard and well, see for yourself after the jump. it’s painful.
Hot Rod has an interesting piece on how the, lets say “uniquely styled”, 1962 Dodge and Plymouth sedans came to be.