Well, it isn’t just Mopars, and it isn’t exactly a barn, but you get the idea. Member migsBIG on Moparts managed to buy the 1970 440-6 Dodge Charger you see here. Check out the other stuff he found after the jump! Via Moparts
This is great looking 1970 Plymouth GTX with some cool modern upgrades like the big Wilwood disc brakes all around and Wheel Vintiques 17” Magnum 500 billet wheels. See more pics plus the eBay auction text after the jump!
Looks like it only got bid up to $27,100 with reserve not met.
I’ve seen some crazy tree-growing-through-muscle-car pics, but I think this one takes the cake. Via the Mopars United Facebook page.
Check out Ken’s sweet 1970 Plymouth GTX from Boston, Massachusetts! It’s a 440-6 BBL car, FK5, white interior with white vinyl top, auto on the console, with Air Grabber, rear defroster and AM-FM radio. More pics after the jump!
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This is pretty clearly a Belvedere and not a GTX since it’s a bench seat/column shift car. And there is some speculation that it is actually the same car that was used in Joe Dirt. Anyway, the poor Mopar takes a hell of a beating in Tommy Boy. There’s a great compilation of all the scenes with the GTX in the movie after the jump!
I already showed you the ’69 Charger ad that Jalopnik thinks is the most sexist ad off all time. Well, this one isn’t sexist, but it’s definitely awesome. (And it doesn’t hurt that the ’67 GTX is an awesome car.) In fact, I think this is my all-time favorite Mopar ad. What’s yours?