1972-74 Dodge Challenger

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.


1973 Plymouth Road Runner on Craigslist

Said to be a solid car that was parked back when Reagan was just getting comfortable in his new Pennsylvania Ave digs, Barn Finds found this 1973 Road Runner on Craigslist. It is equipped with a 318 of unknown condition but the sale also includes a 440 and 727. Asking price is $4500. Find the original Craigslist ad here. More pics after the jump!


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Free Duster Body in California!

Save it from the scrappers! This 1973 Plymouth Duster body is free to the first person who shows up!

I have one 1973 stripped Duster body for free!!! Body includes a clear CA title, dash, both fenders, passenger door, deck lid, and a few other small parts. Body is fairly straight with some damage in the left rear quarter and trunk pan. You will get just the body, and parts not the casters it is setting on so you must have a trailer and some help to lift it onto your trailer. Body must be picked up quickly or it will go to the crusher. 

Don’t let it get crushed. It’s in San Marcos, California. Check out the ad on Craigslist!


1973 Dodge Charger “Daytona” on eBay

Here’s another weird Daytona conversion for you guys. Two weeks ago I showed you this 1974 Dodge Charger “Daytona” on Craigslist. Well here’s a ’73 that was listed on eBay last week. Looks like it was bid up to $4,000 with the reserve not met. I don’t know, I’m thinking the seller should have taken the money and run. Check out more pics after the jump, including pics of the interior with what looks like an A-body center console.


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Reader’s Rides: Dash Patterson’s 1973 Dodge Dart

Talk about low mile survivors–Dash’s Dart has just 4,691 miles on the clock! The car has been in storage most of its life. It’s a 318 column shift auto car and the interior is like new. It was originally a Washington state car but now resides in Australia with Dash. More pics after the jump!

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