Needs More Green: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Update

Update – It’s been a year since we originally featured this Challenger and it just popped back up here on eBay. The seller has lowered their asking price to $29,900. It looks like an interesting find, but that price still… more»

H/O BYO Prototype? 1977 Olds Cutlass Hurst

UPDATE 10/2/18 – This Hurst/Olds has resurfaced again, but this time it’s been listed on eBay. Thanks go to Rudy C for sending in the tip! FROM 11/8/17 – The internet is filled with rumors and hoaxes about rare cars and… more»

Minty Fresh! Errr, Well… 1969 AMC SC/Rambler

This mint colored 1969 AMC Ramber is a tired example of a very special model. This is a Hurst SC/Rambler (often known as Scrambler) and only 1,512 were built specifically for drag racing. Of those cars there were two… more»

Ready For The Beach? 1992 Jeep Wrangler Renegade

What happens when you take an off road-capable Jeep and send it to an outfit called “American Specialty Cars” for upgrades?  Well in 1992 when body kits were all the rage, ASC replaced the stock fender flares with a… more»

9,340 Original Miles: 1977 Dodge Aspen Sport Coupe

Many cars leave an emotional footprint (or sometimes a scar!) in our minds from the experiences that we have with them. Often the exterior doesn’t reflect the driving experience and driving each of these machines is a combination of… more»

Corvette Competitor: 1969 AMC AMX

When these cars were new they were sold to the person who wanted to be a bit different. You know the type: the one who didn’t want a muscle car from the Big 3 like everybody else had.  The… more»

Needs Everything: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

This car is tough to look at. Out of all the Plymouth Road Runners, 1969 is my favorite due to the treatment of those rear lights.  I love the coke bottle shape, the w-curve in the rear glass, but… more»

Last Of The Family Wagons: 1995 Buick Roadmaster

Here is your chance to own one of the last America full-size wagons produced! This 1995 Buick Roadmaster wagon was produced one year prior to the final year for these wagons.  Have you driven an older Buick? To me,… more»

Green Clean Slate: 1972 Dodge Challenger

Some people want to restore an older car by starting with a clean slate. Others want to preserve the originality and even history of the car. This 1972 Dodge Challenger is definitely for the former restorer style. Or maybe… more»

Battlecar Galactica: 1975 Cadillac Fleetwood wagon

Take a 232 inch Cadillac Fleetwood from 1975, graft on the rear of from one of the GM clamshell wagons, add 4 inches and you get this 9-seat land yacht! This incredibly rare and incredibly large wagon is available… more»

Well Balanced: 1972 Dodge Challenger Rallye

What’s up with all of these sweet Mopars lately? So if you read the recent post about the 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T, you’re up to speed on how these were slow-to-sell when new. You may not have known that… more»

Nondescript: 1969 Plymouth GTX 440/4-speed

Wow! This one is really hard to pass up! The 1969 Plymouth GTX is known as the gentlemen’s muscle car and this one has the 440 V8 engine and a 4-speed which is desirable for reliability, well at least… more»

Cheap Poncho: 1980 Pontiac Firebird Esprit

1980 was a tough year for the Firebird. The large displacement engines were gone leaving the largest engine (by displacement) as the Chevy 305. The Buick 231 6-cylinder was available as well as the Pontiac 265, 301 and a… more»

Can’t Get No Respect: 1977 Plymouth Volaré Road Runner

I jumped at the opportunity to write about this sharp Mopar F-body based Road Runner because these cars play the part of the 1970s so well! Orange and black stripes, louvers on the windows and T-tops! And for the… more»

Playin’ In The Mud: 1970 Plymouth Road Runner

As a Mopar fan, I can appreciate beautiful original cars or perfectly restored cars alike but it is becoming rare to find one of these cars in driver condition. Ya know what I mean?  These fantastic Plymouth muscle cars (Satellite,… more»

Holy Widebody Batman! 1972 Chevrolet Corvette

Wide body kits on Corvettes may or may not be to your liking, but they sure make the cars stand out!  This 1972 Corvette started as a factory convertible and had a Greenwood-style wide body kit added. This one… more»