Honest 4×4: 1974 Dodge Power Wagon Adventurer

The owner of this 1974 Dodge Power Wagon has named it Brutus, and for my money that seems like a pretty decent name for it. If you… more»

Original 440/4-speed: 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

The 1967 Dodge Coronet came from an era when the Coke bottle styling was used by all the major manufacturers. The Coronet’s lines will simple yet tasteful…. more»

Pay You To Take It? 1970 Dodge Charger

The seller is honest about the condition of this car. The ad states “a very rough 1970 charger” and “parts or restore” which says it all. There may be… more»

Stored Since ’99: 1973 Dodge Charger Brougham SE

The staging on this 1973 Dodge Charger looks too good to be true, but the seller does acknowledge it was in storage since 1999. Despite its racy… more»

EXCLUSIVE: Ford Econoline and Dodge A100 Projects

As some of you likely know, I am helping to clear out a large collection of salvage and project vehicles from a private owner. You can read more… more»

Bullitt Memories: 1968 Dodge Charger

Barn Finds team member Josh reminded me of a significant anniversary this month: one of the most beloved car chase movies turns 50 this October, and of course,… more»

Mint Condition Minivan: 1988 Dodge Caravan LE

To call the Dodge Caravan iconic is hardly an overstatement; there’s even one in the Smithsonian! This once ubiquitous minivan ushered in a whole new class of… more»

Dusty Stepside: 1978 Dodge D150

The seller of this dusty 1978 Dodge D150 pickup notes that it has been stored for 28 years, and may make a good foundation for a replica… more»

Less Than 11K Miles: 1977 Dodge Aspen SE

In 1976, Chrysler introduced the new Plymouth Volare and Dodge Aspen compacts. They followed Ford’s lead from the previous year by continuing the old compacts, Plymouth Valiant,… more»

70,000 Genuine Miles: 1977 Dodge Aspen

The Dodge Aspen was the subject of an extensive development program aimed at increasing vehicle strength, lowering overall weight and improving aerodynamic efficiency to achieve the best… more»

Malaise Muscle: 1979 Dodge Li’l Red Express

One of the few bright spots of the late-70’s malaise era, the Dodge Li’l Red Express kept things interesting when most of Detroit’s lineup was just plain… more»

Muscle Truck: 1979 Dodge Lil’ Red Express

I look at vehicles like this ’79 Dodge and can’t help but wonder why we never received at least some of these in Australia. As a tow… more»

1970 Dodge Challenger RT With A 440!

Every once in a while we find a car where the pictures practically yell “Rescue me!” This 1970 Dodge Challenger RT with its factory 440 V8 still… more»

Trio Of War Wagons: Dodge M-37 Military Trucks

I’ve always been intrigued when I see an old military vehicle rolling down the road. I don’t know if it’s the aggressive stance and treads or that… more»

Nicest Left? 16k Mile 1977 Dodge Sportsman Van

For children of a certain decade, full-size vans were a part of their lives. Big vans were used for hauling large families or by churches taking kids… more»

Rare Short Bus: 1948 Dodge 2 Window School Bus

  A vintage school bus has a certain allure to it that always grabs my attention. I always wonder who rode on it and where are those… more»

Get A Tetanus Shot First: 50s Dodge Dually

Sometimes we are too stuffy when it comes to our projects.  Everything has to be perfect.  New parts here.  Over restored parts there.  We kep up until… more»

1972 Dodge Power Wagon Tow Truck With 7K Miles!

Is it an insult to refer to arguably the most rugged-looking pickup truck ever designed as a “cream puff?”  With a hair over 7,000 original miles and… more»

Package Deal: 1972 And 1973 Dodge Challengers

Mopar E-body fans looking to keep busy will find much goodness in this pair of Dodge Challengers (along with a major stash of extra parts). The cars… more»

Loud Pipes: 1977 Dodge Tradesman

Another day, another street van. The weird thing is, I don’t tire of seeing them pop up. This 1977 Dodge Tradesman has some period details that make… more»

Pasteurized Patina: 1934 Dodge Humpback Panel

Rough and rusted looks are something that is in style right now. People spend time and money trying to make vehicles look older than what they are…. more»

Patchwork Parts Project! 1970 Dodge Charger

Not every project car is the ultimate rare “1 of x” muscle-car, and thank goodness for that! This fact makes opportunities for enthusiasts to build and own… more»

Great Grand Daddy’s Barn Find: 1920 Dodge Touring

While it seems we cover our fair share of thirties era cars here on Barn Finds, rarely does a car from the twenties show up that isn’t… more»

Halloween Special: Orange 1976 Dodge Warlock

With Halloween around the corner, perhaps it’s time to put a Warlock in your garage. This Dodge pickup, part of the company’s oddly named “adult toys” lineup,… more»