1-Of-1 Garage Find: 1968 Dodge Charger 383

The second-generation Dodge Charger began with the 1968 year model and featured a complete redesign from its predecessor, as the first generation B-Bodies were more oriented toward the Dodge Coronet.  The Dodge boys certainly got it right this time,… more»

Slant Six Power! 1971 Dodge Challenger

This ’71 Challenger wears an older restoration that should still attract a lot of attention. It’s finished in Renault Green with lots of clear-coat which is a slight departure from stock. When you popped open the hood, you’d expect… more»

1 of 838: 1967 Dodge Polara Convertible

In the 1960s, the Dodge Polara was the equivalent of Chevrolet’s Impala. You could buy one in just about any body style, like this convertible, which saw just 838 copies made in 1967. The seller’s edition is a one-owner… more»

Solid Project: 1972 Dodge Challenger

Decisions, decisions. This 1972 Dodge Challenger has spent the best part of the last two decades hidden away in a garage under a cover. It is a restoration project that stalled early, and the current owner rescued it from… more»

South Dakota Find: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

For a number of years, South Dakota was viewed as the place to go to buy a classic car. Due to their relatively low humidity, cars residing there are viewed as typically being more solid than cars from neighboring… more»

Runs and Drives: 1953 Dodge Power Wagon

Classic projects come in all shapes and sizes. They can be as tiny as a Messerschmitt or as big as this 1953 Dodge Power Wagon. This gentle giant runs and drives and has all the makings of a rewarding… more»

Very Rare 1961 Dodge Dart Seneca Wagon

As the proud owner of several Dodge Darts, including one that was perhaps the second car I ever owned, it’s a delight to see this rare survivor—a 1961 Dodge Dart Seneca wagon. You can find it here on eBay… more»

Plum Crazy Roller: 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A

Dodge cooked up the Challenger in 1970 to compete in the “pony car” market segment, although they were the last to get in on the act. To allow them to compete in the Sports Car Club of America’s Trans-Am… more»

Drop-Top Project or Parts? 1969 Dodge Dart

Dodge’s compacts (along with Plymouth’s) were redesigned in 1967 and those changes would last through the end of the nameplate’s run in 1976. There were popular but not inspiring until Dodge started dropping bigger engines and 4-speeds in them…. more»

27k Mile Survivor! 1971 Dodge Challenger Convertible

Sometimes you only need to look at the bidding history to establish just how desirable a particular classic car is. Take this 1971 Dodge Challenger Convertible as an example. This vehicle is a stunning survivor, and it has already… more»

Hemi Wagon! 1962 Dodge Dart Ramcharger Tribute

Dart was a basic car throughout its lifespan. It began life as a lower-priced full-size model, then was downsized to a lower-priced midsize model, and was reintroduced in 2012 as a lower-priced compact. Mopar being Mopar, though, they decided… more»

Retired Race Car: 1974 Dodge Challenger

Could this 1974 Dodge Challenger be a remarkable find that’s held back by some less-than-great photos? It looks like it to me, as the seller notes this was their father’s race car that was put into the barn after… more»

1-of-259? 1968 Dodge Charger 383 Barn Find!

Dodge initially had a different spin on the “pony car” craze that took the market by storm in the mid-1960s. Instead of another compact like the Mustang, they went up in size, opting to go for the same concept… more»

1969 Dodge Daytona NASCAR Raced By Marty Robbins

Depending on the category that you choose, motor racing can be very affordable, or it can be ruinously expensive. If you desire to compete at the upper echelon, you either have to have the talent to score yourself a… more»

Northern Neighbor: 1941 Fargo Pickup

Here is a rare find, at least south of the border: a 1941 Fargo 1/2 Ton Pickup. Located in Montreal, Quebec, and listed here on eBay, the bid on this barn find currently rests at $1,791 with over three… more»

383/4-Speed: 1969 Dodge Super Bee

There’s no hiding the fact that some project builds are going to be bigger than others, and that some project cars will be more desirable than others. The 1969 Dodge Super Bee ticks the right boxes when it comes… more»