Bring A Trailer spied this nice Sport Satellite on eBay. Originally a 383 car, it now sports a nicely built 440. Fresh paint in the original sleeper metallic gold screams commuter car but the fat rubber and lumpy idle hint at something else (while the steering wheel and shifter scream “Replace me”). Follow the eBay bidding here. More pics after the jump!
Barn Finds located this 1968 Charger on eBay that is in definite need of a loving home. Rust is said to be minimal, the interior is already gutted and the original 440/727 combo is still in the car. Bundled with the car is a second, freshly rebuilt 440 bored out to 453 cu in. Follow the eBay bidding here. More pics and a video of the running engine after the jump!
Curbside Classic has a great article on the late 60’s pony wars and Chrysler’s poor showing for what was a great car.
Having been with one owner since 1982 allows for a detailed history of this 440 powered GTX. No major repairs or restoration, this B body received quality care when required and has rewarded it owner with a solid and reliable ride. Read about it’s history at MoparMax Magazine. More pics after the jump!
In the latest episode of Roadkill, Finnegan and Freiburger drop a Hellcat drivetrain in the General Mayhem in preparation for an 1/8 mile challenge with Gas Monkey. Video after the jump!
Barn Finds located this 1968 Road Runner on Craigslist. The seller does not provide much detail on this originally 383 powered four speed car other than having a clear title. There appears to be an engine in there (in both the engine compartment and interior). The asking price is $3000. Is it worth it? Find the Craigslist ad here. More pics after the jump!