383-Equipped: 1947 Dodge 3-Window Business Coupe

One of the most complex parts of any project build, especially for the initiated, is knowing where to start. You might buy an old car with visions in your head of what you aim to achieve, but knowing how… more»

25K Mile 4×4: 1964 Dodge Power Wagon Fire Truck

The seller claims this former fire truck comes with an amazing paper trail that documents its creation from Day 1, and that it retains its original paint job as well. A 1964 Dodge Power Wagon 4×4 would be a… more»

440 Equipped: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

In the world of Dodge Challengers, more often than not it seems like the majority are either in over-restored or basket case condition.  It’s so refreshing to run across an example that is billed as a very nice driver,… more»

Jeeps, Cadillacs and More: 41 Cars and Trucks

Most car collectors tend to focus on a particular brand, period, or body type. But in the case of the Moizard couple out of Strathcona Country, Alberta, Canada, they have a little bit of everything here. This is a… more»

Loaded 1973 Dodge Monaco Wagon W/ 440 V8

The owner of this 1973 Dodge Monaco wagon says that it’s an “amazing wagon” and I find it hard to believe that anyone would or could say or think otherwise, it really looks like it’s in outstanding condition. The… more»

Original Big Block! 1968 Dodge Charger Project

Dodge introduced the Charger in 1966 as a pseudo-personal-luxury car. Not quite on the level of Buick’s Riviera or Cadillac’s Eldorado, but more on par with the Mercury Cougar and AMC Marlin. The second generation, debuting with this car… more»

44k-Mile Project: 1972 Dodge Challenger

The original Dodge Challengers from 1970-74 remain popular some 50 years later. They were never built in the same numbers as the Ford Mustang or Chevy Camaro but helped keep Chrysler relevant throughout the decade. This 1972 Challenger is… more»

Six-Wheeled Shaggin’ Wagon: 1981 Dodge Custom Van

Come with me and step back into 1981. The ‘80s were just getting started, and some people were still comfortable back in 1979 when this third-generation Ram van was introduced. The good people at Chrysler ran with the philosophy… more»

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T 440 Six Pack Project

Here’s an oft-told tale: high-end muscle car, driven/raced on the street, converted to drag racing, blown up, sits for a bit, and now it’s time to return to its original form (especially since the value has escalated significantly). Name… more»

Unfinished Business? 1968 Dodge Charger

Hollywood has popularized the second generation of the Dodge Charger over the years. Two examples that come to mind are the movie Bullitt with Steve McQueen and the long-running TV show The Dukes of Hazzard. They were sleek-looking cars,… more»

32k Mile Survivor: 1973 Dodge Charger SE

The first Charger was a 1964 show car that evolved into the Charger II concept auto in 1965. That design would roll over into the production car that debuted the following year. The 1973 model year would be the… more»

Southwest Patina: 1967 Dodge D100 Pickup

The D/W series of Dodge trucks ran from 1960-93 and 4X2 models were marketed as “D” while 4X4 models were “W”. Hardly catchy marketing names like the “Ram Tough” trucks that would follow.  The D100 was your basic half-ton… more»

11,600 Original Miles: 1996 Dodge Viper GTS

This 1996 Dodge Viper GTS is perhaps the best way to get into one of these iconic supercars, as a hardtop coupe in blue with white stripes is exactly how most enthusiasts picture a Viper when they think of… more»

Hennessey Venom Package: 1995 Dodge Viper RT/10

When it comes to sports cars needing no introduction, the Dodge Viper is right on top of the list. Crude, fast, and brawny as all get out, the first generation models were downright rude in terms of their scalding… more»

Original 383: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

For Mopar enthusiasts, this is one of those instantly recognizable badges that found their way onto an iconic muscle car. The vehicle in question is a 1969 Dodge Super Bee, and this one is a beauty. It is a… more»

Track Pack Field Find: 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T

By the late 1960s/early 1970s, the mid-size muscle car landscape was chocked full of various performance models. None were more prolific than the Dodge B-bodies, which consisted of the Coronet and Charger (both available as R/T models) as well… more»