Dodge

Rare Hauler: 1950 Dodge Route Van

Detroit Industrial Vehicle Company, which most of us know as Divco, seems to be the route van that gets most of the press lately. Liking things on the unusual side, I prefer this 1950 Dodge Route Van. The seller… more»

Scat Pack Spring Special: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

I don’t doubt that we will have plenty of readers who would find the idea of slipping behind the wheel of a classic car that can deliver a sub-15-second ¼ mile ET to be an attractive proposition. When the… more»

Cheap Project Pickup? 1956 Dodge C-4B

Who doesn’t like 1950s pickups? Well, as with anything, even free money, there will be those who don’t care for them and it sure seems as if Fords and Chevrolets get the most love. Maybe because they made the… more»

Small Block Swap: 1962 Dodge M37

What is it about old military vehicles? They seem to have a loyal following, but at the same time, they can be found for not much cash pretty much anywhere they’re listed. This is barring, of course, a pristine… more»

Original 426 Street Wedge: 1965 Dodge Coronet 500

We regularly see classic cars here at Barn Finds that leave us wanting more. That is the case with this 1965 Dodge Coronet 500. The owner supplies limited blurry photos of this muscle car that reveal that it could… more»

13K Original Miles: 1989 Shelby CSX

This 1989 Shelby CSX may indeed be one of the best examples left, as it has just over 13,000 original miles on the clock and appears to remain in outstanding factory condition. The 1989 models were the final send-off… more»

Five Door Hot Hatch: 1985 Dodge Omni GLH

Even though the roster of turbocharged Mopar products from the late 1980s is well known, it’s always a treat when one pops up for sale given how infrequently they appear. This is a clean 1985 Omni GLH five-door, which… more»

1 of 38? 1990 Dodge Dakota Lil Red Express

Who remembers the Dodge Lil Red Express trucks of 1978-79? They were a limited production run of the D-Series trucks that had unique graphics and a police version of the 360 V8 without a catalytic converter (at least in… more»

Upgraded 340: 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger

This 1971 Dodge Dart Swinger has led quite a life. Not only does it wear a different paint color, but its engine bay has undergone some significant upgrades that should unleash welcome performance improvements. It is a solid and… more»

Dry Texas Survivor: 1990 Dodge Ramcharger

This 1990 Dodge Ramcharger is a 360-equipped truck that has been partially restored, with evidence of money spent in the right places while the good areas were left alone. This truck sports a new factory-correct paint job with a… more»

True Hemi Car! 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T Roller

Just when you think every hemi’ powered Mopar from the classic muscle car era has to have been found and restored, something like this pops up! The 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T in London, Kentucky lost its original motor and… more»

Hemi Orange? 1970 Dodge Super Bee

The Dodge Super Bee may have been one of Chrysler’s least popular muscle cars, being outsold by the Plymouth Road Runner and other Mopars of the era. But in 1970, out of 15,506 total Super Bee production, 1,268 copies… more»

Fuel Injected 318 V8! 1973 Dodge Challenger

Dodge was the last major player to offer a “pony car,” the Challenger, which debuted in 1970. It shared the new Chrysler E-body platform with the revitalized Plymouth Barracuda. The Challenger only lasted five years, as the genre had… more»

Factory Sunroof! 1974 Dodge Dart Sport

The fourth generation of the Dodge Dart (1967-76) was its longest run and the most successful sales-wise. Demand picked up in 1971 when Dodge introduced the Demon (later called the Dart Sport), their version of the fastback Plymouth Duster…. more»

One Family Since New: 1967 Dodge Coronet 500

This top-of-the-line 500 trim Dodge Coronet has traveled just over 100k miles and is fresh from a decade-long storage. It has been owned by one family since new and is in overall very good preserved condition. Enough work has… more»

Four-Barrel Bruiser: 1987 Dodge Ramcharger

Do you ever look at some vehicles and say, “Man – that thing has got presence?” That’s the reaction I have to this 1987 Dodge Ramcharger that looks sharp with its two-tone paint job and upgraded wheels and tires…. more»