No Reserve Project: 1970 Dodge Challenger

The seller of this 1970 Dodge Challenger tells us right away that his Mopar knowledge is limited, but he sure knows a rusty car when one comes around as the proclamation is made that every piece of metal here… more»

413 V8 Project: 1971 Dodge Challenger

Dodge was a latecomer to the “pony car” market, putting their toes in the water more than five years after the Ford Mustang started a furor. It shared its new E-body platform with the Plymouth Barracuda, but the cars… more»

Estate Sale: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440

As part of a court-ordered estate sale, this 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T could be the victim of a divorce, death, or maybe even some sort of dispute.  There’s an attorney involved who’s got photos dating back to 1971 and… more»

1,025hp! 2023 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon 170

Automotive history is awash with examples of manufacturers making wild claims about their latest model. Whether it is the most beautiful, the rarest, or the fastest, no aspect of styling or engineering has escaped their attention. However, the 2023… more»

Slant Six Project: 1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible

With the fine selection of V8 engines available for the 1970 Dodge Challenger, it’s easy to forget that the entry-level powerplant was a Slant 6 of the 225 cubic inch variety, making 145 horsepower with a one-barrel carburetor.  Oddly,… more»

Real Barn Find: 1972 Dodge Challenger Rallye

From a performance standpoint, the first-generation Dodge Challenger only had a couple of really great years, based solely on engine availability.  But the looks department remained strong for the duration, as the basic body style stayed pretty much the… more»

1970 Dodge Challenger Convertible Project

Some restoration projects require deeper commitment than others, with many potentially consuming thousands of hours of an owner’s precious time as they strive to recapture the former glory of their pride and joy. Such will undoubtedly be the case… more»

Rebuilt Original 340 V8: 1972 Dodge Challenger

Thanks to higher insurance premiums and the detuning of engines, muscle cars (including “ponies” like the Dodge Challenger) saw dwindling sales numbers. From its introduction in 1970, Challenger demand dropped from 77,000 units to 23,000 in just two years…. more»

Upgraded 340/4-Speed: 1971 Dodge Challenger

There is probably no area of vehicle design that is more prone to evolving buyer taste than paint color. Black, White, Silver, and Gold have remained staples of the industry for decades, but others have come and gone. Darker… more»

1-of-1? 1971 Dodge Challenger Convertible

This 1971 Dodge Challenger Convertible is a mystery machine. The company only produced 1,857 drop-top variants in that model year, making it a relatively rare beast. However, there could be more to this classic than meets the eye. It… more»

Huge Stash of 1970s Dodge Challengers

The single generation of the Dodge Challenger was modestly popular when new but is much more so today.  Depending on the condition and powertrain, these cars are capable of commanding six-figure price tags some 50 years later. Here we… more»

Wrecked and Rusted: 1971 Dodge Challenger

Dodge was the last U.S. manufacturer to get into the “pony car” space, more than five years after the Ford Mustang created a huge stir. The Challenger would share the same new platform as the Plymouth Barracuda in 1970-74,… more»

Former Drag Car: 1973 Dodge Challenger

Dodge was the last U.S. auto manufacturer to enter the “pony car” market, more than five years after Ford and the Mustang. They had been busy building and selling hot cars in the mid-size range, such as Charger, Super… more»

One-Year-Only Project: 1970 Dodge Challenger Deputy

The Challenger had a fine inaugural year when Dodge introduced its new pony car for 1970 with several different models to choose from, but one in particular that sometimes seems to not garner a whole lot of attention is… more»

94k Original Miles: 1971 Dodge Challenger

UPDATE 10/03/2023: It can be disheartening to list a desirable classic for sale unsuccessfully. Such has been the fate of the owner of this 1971 Dodge Challenger. The seller previously listed it with a BIN of $32,000 to no… more»

Running Project: 1973 Dodge Challenger Rallye

When it comes to E-Bodies, the ’70 and ’71s seem to be the cars many buyers are chomping at the bit to put in their garage, and that’s understandable as both the Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda were fine… more»