Street Legal TV gives us a tour of Chrysler Performance West Car Club’s 2016 Spring Fling. Find the story here. Find more pics of some beautiful Mopars after the jump!
BangShift located the coolest C body to ever carry a model on it’s trunk lid for sale on eBay. Chrysler built very few 1970 300 Hurst cars and only two convertibles. This convertible is said to be the parade car that carried Linda Vaughn. Asking price is a lofty $150,000. Follow the eBay bidding here. More pics after the jump!
Wow, what a stunner. Numbers matching 383 car with very low miles. Seller claims it is rust free and has lived in California all its life. Love the F4 green. Just two hours left to bid with reserve not met. Will it sell? More pics plus eBay auction text after the jump!
Update: looks like it got bid up to $71,999.99 with reserve not met!
I know nothing about this car. Just saw it posted on Facebook by Mopars United. Looks killer with the Keystones!
With 800 horsepower you probably are gonna want that rollbar. But the pink? Well, if you are going to go over the top, I guess you might as well go WAY OVER THE TOP. Price is set at $58,995. What do you think? More pics and eBay auction text with the specs on this wild build after the jump!
It’s getting harder and harder to find cars like this that have not been fully restored. And you usually don’t see them doing huge smokey burnouts in eBay ads! This original California 4-speed 1970 Plymouth Road Runner has been sitting in storage since 1990. It’s rough, needs a trunk floor and quarter patches, but damn it’s cool! More pics plus the eBay auction text after the jump. Seller wants $38,000 for it. Worth it? Oh, and the questions and answers at the bottom are hilarious.
It’s refreshing to see an E-body convertible with its original small block drivetrain. This purple 4-speed 318 car is all numbers matching, restored about 12 years ago. It’s one of just 78 convertibles made with this engine and tranny combo in 1970. Great pics from its current home in Boca Raton, Florida.
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