Real H-Code: 1972 Plymouth Duster 340

With the sporty 2-Door body, it’s easy to forget that the Plymouth Duster was actually based on the Valiant, and while it was primarily aimed towards buyers looking for an affordable and economical car there were some engine options… more»

Numbers-Matching 340! 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger

Plum Crazy with a numbers-matching 340.  That’s just music to my ears when it’s a 1970 Dart Swinger we’re talking about, one of the many fine offerings you could find if you were lucky at your local Dodge dealer… more»

Factory 340/4-Speed! 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible

Just in time for many of us to be putting away our swimwear and moving our picnic baskets to the attic comes this 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible, and while it may not exactly be the most ideal time of… more»

340/4-Speed With Sunroof! 1970 Dodge Challenger

UPDATE 10/11/2022: It isn’t uncommon for a seller to have no luck on their first attempt to part with a classic, and that appears to be the case with this 1970 Dodge Challenger. Demonstrating perseverance, the Challenger is listed… more»

Recent Barn Find: 1967 Jaguar Mark II 340

1967 was the end of the line for the Jaguar Mark II, which began production in Coventry, England for the 1959 model year.  The mid-size offering Jaguar was rebadged as the 340 for its final year, for the cars… more»

340 4-Speed Project: 1970 Plymouth Duster

On September 29, 1969, Plymouth rolled out a sporty new version of its popular Valiant model. With semi-fastback styling and available V8 power, the new Duster was designed to compete with the Chevy Nova, as well as popular compacts… more»

Small-Block Survivor: 1970 Dodge Swinger 340

To make the stodgy Dart more sporty-looking, Dodge cooked up the Swinger in 1969. It was a 2-door hardtop that preceded the Demon fastback by two years and could be had with the potent 340 small block V8. This… more»

2-For-1: 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340 4-Speed

In 1968, Chrysler would introduce a hot small-block engine known as the 340. Over the course of six years, the motor would find its way into all sorts of Mopars, including the Plymouth Barracuda, ‘Cuda, Duster and Road Runner,… more»

275 HP Driver: 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340

The new kid on the block at Dodge for 1970 was the Challenger. It was a pony car that could be had from mild to wild and proved quite popular. But that wasn’t the only hot car that Dodge… more»

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