Dodge Barn Finds

Worth Fixing? 1-Of-107 1971 Dodge Challenger

This is a low production 1971 Dodge Challenger. Out of 27,377 of the cars built in its second year, just 107 of them were shipped with a 300 hp, 383 V8 with 4-speed manual transmission. That’s the good news…. more»

Cheap Shelby? 1987 Shelby Charger GLH-S

Senior editor, Jeff Lavery, just showed us a fairly close relative of this car a couple of days ago here, and that really seemed like a bargain if a person wasn’t afraid to tear into an engine. This 1987… more»

Western Sport Special: 1970 Dodge Challenger

In the ‘60s and ‘70s, Chrysler was famous for offering special option packages on some of its most popular cars. One of the lesser known of these is the Western Sport Special that was largely sold in California. These… more»

NASCAR Promo Car: 1980 Chrysler Cordoba

This Chrysler Cordoba is worth a look simply for being a nicely preserved example of a car we don’t see much of anymore, but it also has some interesting history that makes it even more intriguing. The seller refers… more»

Looking To Trade: 1968 Dodge Charger

If you have a 1969 Dodge Charger and always wanted a ’68, you may have found your soul mate. The seller of this 1968 is looking to trade for a ’69. They say “Looking for a 1969…willing to trade… more»

Turbo 5-Speed: 1987 Dodge Daytona Shelby Z

On the surface, this 1987 Dodge Daytona Shelby Z looks too good to be true: great body, stock condition, and the preferred manual transmission for just $1,800. But if you dig a bit deeper in the ad, you’ll see… more»

1962 Dodge Power Wagon With 9,481 Genuine Miles!

It isn’t unusual to see a classic car from the early 1960s that is a clean and tidy original survivor. Finding a classic truck in that state is a far rarer treat, but that’s what this 1962 Dodge Power… more»

Mopars and Fords: Field of Cars and Trucks

In a field or yard in Sonoma, California, there’s an assortment of cars and trucks to be looked over. They’re mostly made by Chrysler, but not entirely. 12 vehicles are identified as for sale, but only one or two… more»

Backyard Find: 1973 Dodge Challenger

Dodge’s Challenger was a formidable pony car during its first iteration from 1970-74.  By 1973, there were only two engines you could order in the Challenger: the 318 and the 340, both V8s. The seller doesn’t know which engine… more»

426 V8 Power! 1965 Dodge A100

Fans of the wheel-standing Little Red Wagon or any super-crazy in-your-face classic will appreciate this similarly-engineered and equally insane pickup. The 1965 Dodge A100 pickup in Valparaiso, Indiana is ready to blast out of the cornfield and into your… more»

Looking For A Project? Take Your Pick!

This seller has several cars for sale and they’re all projects, although some will need more work than others. Most of them are Chrysler products and you can grab one for as little as $1,000. Nothing is more than… more»

Parked 16 Years: 1977 Dodge Charger SE

The Dodge Charger maintained its mid-size profile from its launch in 1966 through 1978. After that, it would be known as the Magnum until its rebirth in the mid-2000s. Using Chrysler’s B-platform, the fourth generation would begin in 1975… more»

383 Air Grabber! 1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee

If you like vintage Dodge Chargers, you have come to the right place as they get very regular coverage here on Barn Finds! I usually eschew them as there are others here who are much better versed in their… more»

Ultra-Rare SUV: 1972 Dodge D100 Carryall

UPDATE 1/12/2021 – We featured this rare Dodge last April when it was listed on Facebook. The seller has since listed it here on eBay, but with a much lower asking price. The seller was originally asking close to… more»

Stored 35 Years: 1978 Dodge Colt

Based on the Mitsubishi Lancer, this 1978 Dodge Colt looks like a hidden treasure. This one would have been mine a couple of years ago in my quest to own several garages and storage units full of vintage Japanese… more»

BF EXCLUSIVE: Back to the Georgia Collection!

As some of you may recall, I’ve been helping a friend with a massive stash of vintage cars and trucks in the north Georgia mountains unload some of his inventory. Because of the restrictions around air travel and having… more»