Dodge Barn Finds

62K Miles and Stack Pipes: 1979 Dodge Lil’ Red Express

This Dodge Lil’ Red Express Truck is a 1979 model with the square headlight grill and a catalytic converter. The truck shows under 70,000 original miles and looks quite clean underneath, as does the vulnerable wood-slat bed. The truck… more»

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Big Block Barn Find: 1966 Dodge Charger

When a person takes on a restoration project where the vehicle has spent more than 30-years hidden away in a barn, it would be fair to expect that there is going to be a fair amount of work required… more»

Tune-Up Needed: 1987 Shelby GLHS

You don’t normally see one-of-1,000 cars blessed with the performance genius of Carroll Shelby popping up as tired drivers on eBay. But that’s exactly what you’ll get with this 1987 Shelby GLHS, which represents a final batch of Shelby-modified… more»

Stolen Valor? 1954 Dodge M152

The seller of this old Canadian military Dodge M152 touts it served as a radio communications truck during the Vietnam War and encourages potential buyers to take advantage of the opportunity to “own a piece of North American military… more»

Plain Jane and Low Miles: 1987 Dodge D150

This 1987 Dodge D150 pickup is a spartan but straight driver that looks quite tidy with the exception of some clearcoat fade. The truck is from the era when you could still buy a simple pickup with a single… more»

Hemi Cobra Kit Car!!!

The seller of this AC Cobra replica had a very specific goal when he set out to build the car to his specifications: assemble the first-ever Hemi-powered Cobra. Although the project has stalled and is now for sale, an… more»

Navy Work Truck: 1953 Dodge Power Wagon

This 1953 Dodge Power Wagon is a former U.S. Navy vehicle that the seller is listing with a generous package of spares to support a proper restoration. The Power Wagon was destined for a restoration that preserved the Navy… more»

1-of-531: 1978 Dodge Aspen Super Coupe

The Dodge Aspen Super Coupe was a one-year-only model, and only 531 examples were produced. It offered buyers a V8 engine, some useful suspension upgrades, and an appearance that was anything but subtle. Barn Finder Ikey H spotted this… more»

440 Six-Pack: 1971 Dodge Super Bee

Decisions, decisions. This 1971 Dodge Super Bee is a solid and complete car that runs and drives perfectly. It is in need of cosmetic restoration, so does the next owner tackle that, or do they take the opportunity to… more»

No Reserve: 1994 Dodge Viper RT/10

This 1994 Dodge Viper is listed for sale at no reserve, but the seller does include a price in the description of $34,900. Regardless of what it sells for, these early Vipers are relative supercar bargains if you can… more»

Low Mileage Estate Car: 1978 Dodge Magnum

This 1978 Dodge Magnum is listed as a low-mileage estate find that’s been treated to some recent updates, including a respray. It’s equipped with the 360 “Lean-Burn” V8, which is a step up from the base-spec 318. The seller… more»

Finish Your Way! 1969 Charger R/T 440 Project

It’s hard to beat a ’69 Charger for mass appeal. Here’s one in Sacramento, California, a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T with a non-original 440 cid (7.2L) V8 that runs from a gas can. What looks like rattle-can white overlays… more»

1969 Dodge Charger Project Pair

This listing is for a package deal of Dodge Chargers, with one car a running 318 example and the other a severely damaged 383 car with no drivetrain. The auction has attracted bids to just over $5K at the… more»

Museum Find: 1958 Dodge Sierra Custom

This 1958 Dodge Sierra Custom has lived an interesting life, previously being used as transportation on a Maine summer estate before being enshrined as a museum prop in a 50s-style drive-in restaurant display. Now, in the hands of the… more»

West Coast Paint Scheme? 1977 Dodge Power Wagon

The seller of this 1977 Dodge W100 Power Wagon pickup claims it sports a “West Coast” paint scheme, an offering that is apparently so rare I can’t find any evidence of it…anywhere. Fortunately, the truck also comes from the… more»

Home Alone Hot Rod: 1985 Dodge Omni GLH Turbo

This 1985 Dodge Omni GLH is the desirable turbocharged hot hatch that surprised many more imposing performance cars back in the day. The seller has owned it for some time and provides plenty of detail on the tweaks and… more»