We have featured large stashes of Mustangs, Studebakers, and even Corvairs, but this is our first Mopar graveyard. There are multiple cars parked behind this building in Hershey, Pennsylvania and the owner would like to get rid of them all. Even though they are not good for anything more than parts, the photos are intriguing, in a morbid way. Here are the eBay listings for this 1974 Dodge Challenger 318 Rallye and the rest of the cars. Thanks goes to Jim S. for the submission.
Next up we have a 1976 Plymouth Road Runner Volare. The seller states that it is rusty and beyond repair. We probably wouldn’t want one of these in good shape anyway, but we are sure there are a few good parts there for someone who actually wants to keep one of these out of the mortuary.
This 1972 Dodge Charger isn’t much more desirable than the Road Runner. Also a 318/auto car, but the engine and transmission are long gone. Those wire rims in the foreground must be worth something, right?
Here is a 1973 Dodge Challenger that is showing some gangrene. It was originally a 318/manual car that was being setup for drag racing. They obviously never finished the project, so here it sits in the Chrysler crypt.
Another Challenger, but this one is from 1970. Less mold, but still not much there worth saving. Surprisingly there are a few bids though so someone obviously wants it.
Finally, our favorite in the Mopar Mausoleum, a 1970 Dodge Challenger RT/SE. The color was originally Plum Crazy and it had a 383 attached to a 4-speed manual. We doubt it can be saved, but it does give us a glimmer of hope. Which car cadaver here do you think is worth bringing back to life?