Solid Bones: 1940 Dodge Business Coupe

Classy old Business Coupes can often be difficult to find unrestored, or in worthwhile condition. Thankfully this 1940 Dodge is a solid builder for your next project. Although strangely green, this Business Coupe is fairly straight… more»

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Almost Factory: Dodge Shadow CSX Convertible

Allthough Dodge’s Shelby-built Shadows – known as the CSX – were well received by enthusiasts, the company never built out the product line beyond the fixed-head coupe. One enthusiast took matters into his own hands to… more»

Oh The Possibilities: 1960 dodge Town Wagon

What could be more pleasant than this ready to drive Dodge? Well I am sure you could think of something, but this Town Wagon is a nice truck that was fully restored in the late 1980’s…. more»

Field Of Dreams: Massive South Dakota Auction

Barn Finds reader Brian K. spotted a massive auction happening over the next few days in South Dakota, with cars and trucks stretching from the 1920s to the 1990s. It’s hard to tell whether it’s a salvage… more»

EXCLUSIVE: One Family 1952 Dodge Coronet

Seller Description: This car is a one family car. It was bought brand new by my father for my grandfather. It has always been garaged. It needs a new motor and does not run. Everything is… more»

John M’s Roadside Sightings In Maine

It’s always exciting when you spot a classic along the side of the road, especially when it’s something you’d love to own! Well reader John M recently sent in a few roadside sightings, one of which… more»

Owner Went West: Dodge Daytona Shelby Turbo Z

This rare Dodge Daytona Shelby Turbo Z popped up in a New Hampshire barn, where it’s been stashed since the owner left for the West Coast in 2003 – and never returned. Fortunately, it looks like… more»

Showroom Fresh: 2,000 Mile Dodge Daytona

Although its sharp exterior and famous namesake may have prompted collectors to think the Dodge Daytona of the late 80s was destined to be a collectible, reality and pricing guides say otherwise. This didn’t stop one… more»

Sport Truck Bonanza: Muscle Truck Museum Sale

One thing that America stands alone on is its creation of high horsepower sport trucks that would otherwise have no reason to exist. Domestic manufacturers for years have poured valuable dollars into the creation of pickups… more»

Dodging Electrons: 1980 Dodge/Jet Electrica 007

This one is recognizable as a Dodge Omni 024 or a Plymouth Horizon TC3, but it’s actually a 1980 Jet Electrica 007! Dang, that’s a cool name, at least until most people find out that it’s… more»

Muscle Truck: 1978 Dodge Lil’ Red Express

With its exhaust stacks and chrome rims, this Dodge could be mistaken for someone’s custom creation, but it’s actually a production truck. In fact, the Lil’ Red Express was the fastest American-built vehicle you could buy in ’78!… more»

Red and Topless: 1951 Dodge Power Wagons

The “flat fender” Power Wagon is a 4-wheel-drive 3/4 ton pickup based on the military WC series and was built from 1946 to 1956. These two fire trucks conversions were done by Van Pelt.  It is… more»

B Pillar Delete: 1964 Dodge 880 Hardtop Wagon

Although the current consumer sentiment leans heavily towards buying crossover vehicles that excel at nothing, there was a time when wagons roamed that combined both functionality and style. The Dodge Custom 880 series was your bread-and-butter… more»