Only Two Owners! 1977 Dodge Aspen

The Dodge Aspen and Plymouth Volare were the successors to the Valiant and Dart compacts that sold so well in the 1960s and 1970s. With similar engineering, they should have been hits, but a slew of recalls due to… more»

Numbers-Matching 440 Six Pack: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

Supposing this 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T didn’t have such an interesting background, it would still make a bold statement just sitting there wearing Chrysler’s High Impact Plum Crazy paint even if there wasn’t a great story to go along… more»

One Owner Root Beer: 1973 Dodge Challenger

Dodge was the last major U.S. auto manufacturer to join the pony car party that began in the mid-1960s. From 1970 to 1974, only 165,000 Challenger were built before declining interest in these kinds of cars led Dodge and… more»

Project + Parts Car: 1960 Dodge Matador

Dodge began the 1960s with a whole new naming logic for its automobiles. Out were the Coronet, Custom, Custom Royal, and Lancer, and in were the Dart, Matador, and Polara. The Matador had a lower level of trim but… more»

Gator Top: 1970 Dodge Charger R/T SE

American manufacturers were not the only ones to delve into the world of the vinyl top, but they offered a greater variety than was seen on foreign shores. This 1970 Dodge Charger R/T SE demonstrates that thinking perfectly courtesy… more»

Rock-Solid Restorer: 1968 Dodge Charger R/T 440

Project candidates come in all shapes and sizes, with some posing more significant challenges than others. Some enthusiasts itch to park a classic in their workshop that they can transform into the car of their dreams, but finding one… more»

Rusty Red: 1979 Dodge Lil Red Express

The Lil’ Red Express edition was offered in 1978 and 1979 by Dodge and all were equipped with a 360 cubic inch police interceptor V8 engines. This example is a 1979 model listed here on eBay. It is located… more»

Masterful Muscle Car! 1970 Dodge Super Bee

Plymouth introduced the Road Runner as a mid-size muscle car in 1968. It caught on quickly, so Dodge rolled out their Coronet-based version mid-year, the Super Bee. Not quite as cartoonish as its Plymouth counterpart, it was equally powerful… more»

Original 383: 1968 Dodge Dart GTS

Originality is often the key to any classic commanding a top-end value. Purists place great store in a vehicle featuring its original drivetrain that is essentially as its makers intended. This 1968 Dodge Dart GTS ticks one of those… more»

Doodlebug! 1951 Ford with Mopar 318 Magnum V8

Take random car parts, American ingenuity, and a case of Old Milwaukee, and you might end up with something like this… a Doodlebug! This custom creation features the front suspension from a 1940s Ford truck, a V8 from a… more»

600 HP Restoration! 1968 Dodge Charger R/T

One of the hottest cars on the market in 1968 was the Dodge Charger R/T. Perhaps it was because of the new, curvy styling the car received that year. Or maybe it was because you could get the car… more»

Well-Kept Classic! 1977 Dodge Travco

When it comes to vintage recreational vehicles, a shiny highly-original Travco rates highly with many modern vagabonds. Thanks to a phrasing flip by Travco creator Ray Frank, these and similar vehicles became known as “motorhomes” instead of “house cars,”… more»

Barn Full of Dusty Classic Cars

It’s interesting how automobile collections are built. Usually, they favor an era, a manufacturer, or a type of vehicle. The group here may have been a collection at one time, but from the looks of things, they’ve been there… more»

Custom Shorty Van: 1973 Dodge B100

Sometimes, a vehicle just hits you as being perfect as-is. When it comes to custom vans, a short wheelbase version is the obvious choice, but then finding one with all the other details dialed in is the real hat… more»

Rebuilt 360 V8: 1973 Dodge Dart Swinger

The Dart was a compact car offered by Dodge for most of its life (1963 to 1976). A redesign in 1967 improved its styling and sales. 1969 is when the Dart Swinger 2-door hardtop arrived to attract younger buyers… more»

Wild Interior: Low-Mile 1976 Dodge Colt

In the late 1960s, GM and Ford set about to develop their own subcompact automobiles. But Chrysler came at it differently, opting to use captive imports built by Mitsubishi in Japan (as one solution). Beginning in 1971, the Colt… more»