Stunning Mopar! 1969 Dodge Charger R/T SE

The Dodge Charger debuted in mid-1966 and would not be popular until Chrysler’s B-body intermediates were redesigned in 1968. Compared to just 17,000 Chargers built in 1967, two years later the tally would be more than 89,000. Included in… more»

Radwood Ready Daytona: 1991 Dodge Daytona IROC

When you say IROC, a Chevy Camaro is the first car to come to mind.  IROC-Z Camaros were the rage in the eighties, and everyone wanted one.  Nothing, however, lasts forever.  After Chevy withdrew sponsorship from the International Race… more»

America’s Fastest Sedan? 1991 Dodge Spirit R/T

Dodge had the fastest vehicle from 0-60 made in America in the late-1970s with the Li’l Red Truck and this 1991 Dodge Spirit R/T was almost two seconds faster to sixty mph and it had half the engine. Ok,… more»

0 to 60 in 4 Seconds! 1994 Dodge Viper

Introduced in 1992, the Viper was a mega-muscle/sports car that would be a part of Dodge’s portfolio until 2017. The 10-cylinder engine was easily rated at 400 hp and these hot rods could do 0-60 in about 4 seconds,… more»

Running Survivor: 1950 Dodge Pickup

Beautiful trucks from the 1940s and 1950s are coming out our ears these days at Barn Finds, and here’s another one. This 1950 Dodge Pickup, found here on eBay, is bid to $5,300, reserve not met. This truck lives… more»

Estate Sale Turbo: 1986 Dodge Omni GLH

The seller of this 1986 Dodge Omni GLH Turbo is just the second owner of this 1980s pocket rocket. He supposedly snagged it out of an estate after the original owner passed away, and boy, did he stumble upon… more»

Unrestored Shop Truck: 1936 Dodge LC Pickup

By the 1930s, Dodge Brothers was owned by Chrysler, the Dodge brothers both having passed away in 1920. Changes were afoot as a new design for Dodge trucks was introduced in 1936, with streamlined hood and fender contours, and… more»

340 Six-Pack: 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A

The automotive world is full of homologation specials built by manufacturers to qualify for various racing categories. The 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A was one such car that the company produced to qualify for the Sports Car Club of America’s… more»

Still In The Barn: 1953 Dodge Coronet

The Coronet nameplate was part of the Dodge portfolio off and on from 1949 until 1976. In the early 1950s, it would be the highest trim level offered by that Chrysler division. This 1953 example has been residing in… more»

Rare Diesel: 1978 Dodge D150 Adventurer

Rare isn’t usually a word that anyone would use when it comes to Dodge and diesel pickups. Cummins has been supplying diesel engines for Dodge trucks since 1989 but this one doesn’t have a Cummins diesel, it has a… more»

NASCAR-Inspired: 1969 Dodge Charger 500

Racing was in Chrysler’s blood throughout the 1960s. The mantra “Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday” was more prevalent in those days than today, especially when it came to NASCAR. Dodge pitched a more aerodynamic version of the Charger… more»

The Name Game: 1978 Dodge Li’l Red Express

The 800-pound gorilla and/or elephant in the room in regard to these trucks is always the name, it bounces around more than a Senate committee hearing and there are more variations than there are “coffee” flavors at Dunkin. The… more»

Original 360: 1977 Dodge Monaco Crestwood Wagon

UPDATE 7/11/2022 – This Wagon has been relisted, here on eBay, where it’s currently bid up to $6,200. Will it find a new owner this go around? FROM 6/9/2022 – Parting with a classic car can be difficult, especially… more»

LA Parking Garage Find: Testarossa, Viper, and BMW 850 for $140K!

Here’s one of the more unusual craigslist postings we’ve seen: a collection of exotic cars offered for a flat price of $140,000 by a seller who admits he hasn’t had a steady job in five years and now needs… more»

Field Find: 1971 Dodge Charger

When it debuted in 1966, the Charger was Dodge’s initiative to build an upscale, upsized “pony car” on Chrysler’s B-body mid-size platform. AMC had done something similar a year earlier with the Classic-based Marlin. But that automobile was positioned… more»

Powerful Popular: 1959 Dodge Power Wagon 4×4

It’s astonishing how long some truck models were produced: the most popular models went on for decades. Many of these makes sprang from wartime designs. Dodge introduced its medium-duty Power Wagon in 1945, as a civilian version of its… more»