This beautiful, first off the production line, Charger is this weeks Muscle Car of the Week. Formerly part of the Tim Wellborn collection, it recently crossed the Mecum auction block in January where it sold for $215,000. It is now part of the Brothers collection. Video after the jump!
Curbside Classic has a great piece on the Dodges of Brazil. In 1969, the Dart that we know and love debuted in Brazil and became a hit. So much so that they decided to use styling cues from the second generation North American Charger to create a 1971 A-body Charger. Read the entire article here.
BangShift has alerted us to one incredible barn find. Five, count ’em, five Mopars! While the “barn” is more of a storage facility, with concrete walls and floor, that’s nothing but good news as far as the condition of the finds; two 1970 Chargers, a 1971 340 Cuda, a Super Bee and a Dart Swinger! Find the Craigslist ad here. More pics after the jump!
Now here’s a practical alternative. And we have a grainy burnout video after the jump!
Here are some highlights from the Russo and Steele auction from the Wednesday preview.
This is a 1970 Hemi Superbird and probably the best Mopar at Russo.
In November we told you about 15 prime Mopars that Tim Wellborn was sending to auction in January–Wellborn Muscle Car Museum Thinning the Herd. Autoweek has a piece about one of them, a 1971 Charger R/T that Mecum refers to as “the highest optioned example known to exist.” Read the details here. More pics and a list of just some of the options after the jump!