Just 1 Mile? 1968 Dodge Charger

The Charger may have been the comeback story of 1968. After selling less than 16,000 copies in 1967, a redesign of the B-body platform in 1968 changed output to more than 92,000 units. That number would not be broken… more»

Restoration In Progress: 1970 Dodge Charger Project

There are so many things to take into account once you decide to move forward with a restoration, with one of the more important choices being whether or not to keep the car as original as possible or go… more»

Solid Project: 1969 Dodge Charger

We’ve seen a recent influx of Mopar projects at Barn Finds, with some showing more promise than others. This 1969 Dodge Charger shows promise because it is a solid vehicle with a healthy V8 under the hood. It isn’t… more»

440 Magnum: 1968 Dodge Charger

I am not sure if this 1968 Charger is more patina or silver? It is located in Allen, Texas just north of Dallas. It is listed here on eBay with 5 days remaining in the auction. The car does… more»

Original Paint! 1970 Dodge Charger 500

1970 was the final year for the second generation Dodge Charger before the ’71s went to a more streamlined appearance, commonly known as the fuselage-style body.  I’m a fan of just about all the B-Bodies, and while I also… more»

1-Of-237: 1969 Dodge Charger Project

Other than those with the 426 cubic inch Hemi V8, the rarest 1969 Dodge Charger is one with a Slant-Six engine. Just 462 of them were built and half of those had a “3-on-the-tree” manual transmission like the seller’s… more»

Sassy Green 440 V8 Project: 1971 Dodge Charger

Chrysler redesigned its mid-size cars in 1971 and the Charger was a beneficiary of the changes, at least that year. Sales were up 26% over the prior period, though nowhere near the car’s peak in 1968-69. This ’71 Charger… more»

Custom Conversion! 2009 Dodge Charger Hemi Muscle Truck

In the world of custom auto creations, some attempts seem to come out better than others, and in the case of this 2009 Dodge Charger made into a truck, the results are sort of middle-of-the-road in my humble opinion. … more»

Unfinished Business: 1969 Dodge Charger

Dodge’s sporty mid-size entry, the Charger, was something of a slow starter. Production numbers for the 1966-67 launch were modest, but with the redesign of 1968, they exploded. The 1968 model year would top 92,000 copies, a figure that… more»

H-Code Roller: 1969 Dodge Charger Project

This 1969 Dodge Charger appears like somebody borrowed many of the crucial components and left it for dead years ago, but a second glance reveals at least a ray of hope that what’s left does include a handful of… more»

Ready To Drive: 1973 Dodge Charger Rallye 340

UPDATE 07/06/2023: We sometimes see classics at Barn Finds, where an owner is unsuccessful in their first attempt to find a new home for their pride and joy. Such is the case with this 1973 Dodge Charger Rallye 340…. more»

Triple Green 383 Project: 1968 Dodge Charger

Taking into account that this 1968 Dodge Charger here on eBay is a base model with a 383 2-Barrel and enough rust present to make even optimistic project seekers think twice, I guess it’s not surprising nobody has placed… more»

Rare Slant-Six! 1969 Dodge Charger

After a slow start in 1966-67, the new Coronet-based Dodge Charger took off in terms of sales in 1968. By 1969, production exceeded 92,000 copies. The rarest of the ’69 Chargers were those that came with the 426 Hemi… more»

Driving Project: 1970 Dodge Charger

Finding a project candidate that provides immediate classic motoring pleasure can be challenging, but that is what this 1970 Dodge Charger offers. It runs and drives perfectly, and it seems a new owner with reasonable welding skills might be… more»

Rolling Project: 1969 Dodge Charger

Quite a few of the second-generation Dodge Charger cars seem to cross our paths here at Barn Finds and in all conditions, everything from A-OK just as they are to complete projects with every nook and cranny needing attention. … more»

Wingless Daytona! 1977 Dodge Charger

Dodge cooked up a game-changer with its 1969 Charger Daytona. The aero-nosed, high-winged model lingered in showrooms, but the Daytona and companion 1970 Plymouth Superbird worked so well on the track that NASCAR banned such aero enhancements. Fast forward… more»