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Déjà Vu: Stash of Mopar Project Cars

If you think you’ve seen some of these cars before, you may have. Some of these autos were on the market in 2018 (yep, five years!) and featured here on Barn Finds and have returned – along with some others. 20 of them were built by Chrysler Corp. in the 1960s and 1970s, plus a couple of Chevies thrown in for good measure. You can find them in Brighton, Colorado, and here on craigslist. If you see anything you like, contact the seller directly to find out what he/she is looking for to get out of the car.

The seller/owner of this “collection” clearly has a thing for Mopars – 11 Dodges, 9 Plymouths, and 1 Chrysler. Somehow a Willys Jeep and a couple of Chevies snuck into the mix. We’re told that some of these machines haven’t run in ages and must be towed away. Most of the infrastructure of these autos is said to be good. If you prepay for any one of these projects, the seller may deliver it to the Dallas area for you.


1968 Coronet — convertible

1969 Coronet R/T

1969 Dart – front disc brakes

1969 Dart – 340 V8 and 4-speed

1969 Dart GTS – 340 V8 replaced by a 318

1969 Dart Swinger – 340 V8 replaced by a 318

1970 Coronet – 440 V8

1972 Challenger

1972 Demon – 4-speed

1973 Charger – 400 V8 with sunroof

1975 Dart Sport – 360 V8 with sunroof


1964/65 Barracuda – parts only

1967 Belvedere

1967 Valiant

1967 Valiant – front disc brakes

1969 Belvedere

1970 Barracuda

1971 Duster

1971 Satellite


1958 Willys Jeep

1967 Chevy II Nova

1977 Chrysler New Yorker – 440 V8 demo derby car

1978 Chevy Camaro Z28 – 350 V8 w/4-speed


  1. Zen

    I wonder what the interior is like in the New Yorker, those came with really nice pillow-top seats. The 340 is a great find, and any of those with the sunroof is rare. I’ve only seen one of these in person, a 74 Charger with the factory sunroof. If the guy is screwy, and can’t make up his mind, or is playing games to try and get as much as he possibly can by dangling the cars and pulling back, thus wasting a buyer’s time, the cars will sit and rot. I dislike people who play games like that, I’m a straightforward person. Either deal in good faith, or don’t waste people’s time.

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  2. stillrunners stillrunners Member

    Stop posting these cars that never sale. Everyone knows about these Mopar cars and he has ad s for them all over – does he ever sale them – don’t think he ever does.

    Has a bad rap with Mopar people……..

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  3. stillrunners stillrunners Member

    That should be rep……just get tired of seeing his stuff…….

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