940 Original Miles: 1992 Dodge Viper RT/10

The Dodge Viper is, by this point, iconic. The question is, which model is most significant? To me, the original GTS coupe with blue paint and white stripes is the one to buy, but the most iconic goes to… more»

Mild Custom: 1964 Dodge D150

Though Ford and Chevrolet have dominated the U.S. truck market, Dodge has always been a solid competitor. From 1961 through 1993, they offered the D/W Series of pickup trucks (D=2WD and W=4WD). First-generation models were boxy in appearance and… more»

One Owner: 1979 Dodge Li’l Red Express

No vehicle better epitomized the change in the 1970s American performance car market than the 1979 Dodge Li’l Red Express. At the start of the decade, the muscle car was the king of the kids. By 1979, the Li’l… more»

Pole Barn Find: 1991 Dodge Stealth

In the 1990s, Chrysler and Mitsubishi were in cahoots and that provided the former with a variety of badge-engineered vehicles to sell in the U.S. One such product was the Dodge Stealth, which essentially was a Mitsubishi GTO. This… more»

318 V8 Roller: 1968 Dodge Charger

When folks think of highly successful cars from the 1960s, the Ford Mustang usually tops the list. And why not as it sold nearly 1.3 million copies in its first 2 ½ years. But another admirable success story was… more»

Mopar Roadster: 1950 Dodge Wayfarer

A few years after World War II, Dodge built an interesting 2-door called the Wayfarer from 1949 to 1952. That included a 3-passenger Sportabout which had no back seat, just a wide bench seat in the front for passengers…. more»

Plum Crazy Project: 1970 Dodge Challenger SE

Dodge was the last major brand to enter the “pony car” field that Ford is credited with starting in 1964. (Plymouth was there 17 days ahead of Ford, but sales of the Barracuda paled by comparison). The Challenger was… more»

24K Limited Edition: 1983 Dodge Aries

I’m a wicked huge fan of special editions, the more crazy badges and decals the better. Special paint? Yes, please. This 1983 Dodge Aries is a 24K Edition and I dare you to find out any information on it… more»

One-Family-Owned: 1978 Dodge Xplorer 212

Looking appropriately sunburned and faded for the desert southwest, this one-family-owned 1978 Dodge B200 Xplorer 212 camping van would be a fun winter project. I used to dream about traveling around the country in a vehicle like this. The… more»

Only 35k Miles: 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Chrysler introduced two new muscle cars in 1968. The first was the Plymouth Road Runner, based on the Belvedere, which caught on like wildfire with buyers. The second was the Dodge Super Bee, based on the Coronet, that followed… more»

Original Paint: 1956 Dodge C Series Survivor

This is the fifth solid-survivor vintage pickup truck I’ve written about in the past month. And most haven’t been Fords or Chevys, but the “other brands,” including International and Studebaker. Now I can add a “Job Rated” 1956 Dodge… more»

440/4-Speed: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

The 1969 Dodge Charger R/T could never be considered some form of an automotive wimp. Even in its mildest form, it provided performance that didn’t ask for respect; It commanded it! Our feature Charger has fallen on hard times,… more»

2 for 1 Engine: 1970 Dodge Super Bee Project

The Super Bee appeared on the heels of the debut of the Plymouth Road Runner, Dodge’s answer to a budget-minded muscle car. It would have a much shorter lifespan, retired after 1971 as Dodge reconfigured its mid-size offerings. This… more»

Captive Import: 1971 Dodge Colt

In 1970-71, Ford, Chevrolet, and AMC went head-to-head with the imports in the subcompact car market. Perhaps to save money (or they didn’t think the imports would have staying power), Chrysler went another direction, using captive imports instead.  Case-in-point… more»

Project or Parts Car? 1968 Dodge Charger

In 1968, the success story over at Plymouth was the Road Runner, a new budget-minded muscle car that sold like those proverbial hotcakes. At Dodge, the big winner that year may have been the Charger, which – with a… more»

BF Auction: 1946 Dodge COE WHMA-48 Tanker

SOLD Some people find the prospect of tackling the restoration of a classic truck overwhelming. However, they can prove surprisingly straightforward. Admittedly, everything is bigger and heavier than you find on the average car, but the engineering and construction… more»