Barn Yard 1973 Dodge Challenger


This Challenger project gets an honorable mention, not because it’s a bargain, but because of what is in the photo. Many people try to stage their cars as “barn finds”, but this guy didn’t even have to try. The goats wandering around the Dodge clearly qualify this one as a barn yard find. Thanks goes to reader Mark H. who found the car on Spokane’s craigslist and pointed out the little tin nibblers. The $5,500 asking price might be a little steep, but that does include a 440. Too bad these only came with the 318 or 340 in ’73, but still…

Sublime Survivor: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T


After Ford introduced the Mustang in 1964, the other American manufactures scrambled to respond with their own versions of the Pony car. For Chevrolet, it came as the Camaro. For the Chrysler Group, their response came much later with the introduction of Challenger in 1970. The Challenger was really a different kind of Animal, but it held its own against most Pony cars. This 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T is a survivor with its original 383 V8. It has been garaged, cared for, and documented its entire life and is ready to be driven and enjoyed. Find it here on eBay. Read more »

440 Four-Speed: 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T


Only serious Mopar fans need apply. This is a 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T and it’s going to need a complete restoration. We feel the end result will be well worth the effort though, as this car is equipped with a big 440 and a four-speed transmission. We are talking about some serious fun here. Unfortunately, the car resides in Florida so there is rust. Take a look at the eBay auction here where bidding is currently at $1,725. Read more »

Speedy Survivor: 1979 Dodge Li’l Red Express


Even with high fuel prices, trucks are still some of the best-selling vehicles here in the States. We love our trucks here in America and the only thing that makes a truck better is to make it more powerful, faster, and louder. High performance trucks have been around for a while. When Dodge introduced the Li’l Red Express in 1978, it was the fastest American production vehicle built that year. The seller of this 1979 Li’l Red Truck claims it’s a survivor. Check it out for yourself here on eBay, where it is being offered with a BIN of $15,000. Read more »

American Pride: 1937 Ingalls Special


We know, we know, it is not a barn find! We think you need to take a look at this though. Ed Ingalls, the creator of this little hot rod, wanted to go racing in the late forties, but he wanted to drive something from home. American manufactures were not yet producing sports cars, so he had little choice than to build his own. He scoured local junkyards and constructed what became known as the 1937 Ingalls Special. Read more »

Reader’s Choice: Wagon Wednesday


After having a hard time finding a wagon to write up for today, I decided to employ the help of our readers by asking for suggestions. Well, they bombarded our fb wall with cars from all over the internet, so I have decided to mention a few of what they found and let you guys sort out the best deals. First off is this 1959 Edsel Station Wagon in Maine. Take a look at the listing here. Read more »

Wishful Thinking: 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T HEMI


The photos of this 1969 Coronet R/T may have caught our attention, but the 426 Hemi option piqued our interest. That engine could put out an amazing 425 horses! The seller claims that it only has 55k miles on the clock and that it’s numbers matching. There isn’t much rust either, but something just doesn’t seem right. The car is located in New York and it’s listed for sale here on eBay. Read more »

1941 Dodge Sedan With A Lake View

Now we are not encouraging anyone to go out and buy this, but when reader Doug M sent us a link to this waterlogged 1941 Dodge, we knew we had to feature it. We have seen some interesting classifieds over the years, but this one has to be near the top. It is located IN Newman Lake, Washington and as you can see, there may be some corrosion issues… Read more »

What You Missed: Terry Bennett Auction

A variety of barn finds, yard finds and ran-when-parked finds could be inspected and bid on at the Terry Bennett Collection auction held last weekend in Dover, New Hampshire. Although hard to believe, the large collection of vehicles was amassed by one man over the past twenty years. Walking the auction field revealed curiosity after curiosity, ranging from an assortment of Mini Coopers to a Nissan Skyline rolling chassis. Vintage signs, bicycles and shop manuals were all up for grabs and there were some bargains to be had. Read more »