Stained Glass Boogie Van: 1978 Dodge Tradesman

I first fell in love with custom vans after watching Edward Scissorhands.┬áIf you don’t know what I’m talking about, and you like vans, you need to go watch the movie! This 1978 Dodge Tradesman is subtle,… more»

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Project B-Body: 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

Mopar projects can often be some of the most daunting projects out there due largely to their tendency to rust as well as the high cost of parts. This 1968 Road Runner is certainly a project… more»

Solid Driver: 1969 Plymouth Fury Suburban Wagon

There’s nothing I like as much as a nice Dodge, except for maybe a nice Plymouth! This 1969 Fury Suburban is everything I want in a driver quality classic, except for the Chevrolet wheels. This appears… more»

Extreme Muscle! 1969 Dodge Dart 440

It’s safe to say no one accidentally ordered their normally-thrifty 1969 Dodge Dart with the M Code 440 simply because they said to the sales person “Oh, and I want the big engine, too.” No; folks… more»

Rust-Free Survivor: 1974 Dodge Dart Sport

Mid-1970s Dodge Darts and their Plymouth equivalents have long been affordable options for entering the classic car world, especially they pricey world of Mopar. Although 1970-72 Dusters are bringing well into the $10,000s in this condition,… more»

Real R/T: 1970 Dodge Charger

Now before anyone starts going off about General Lee clones, this is an actual GoMango Orange 1970 Charger! According to the seller, this is one of 463 built in this color. This is also a real… more»

Super Survivor: 1970 Plymouth Superbird

Lately, it seems like Superbirds are coming up for sale everywhere. That said, I have no problem with it! As rare as they are, these collector vehicles change hands somewhat often though this particular one hasn’t… more»

Free Big Block Mopar Winnebago

Free is a strange word, as it would insinuate getting something for nothing, but that is rarely the situation. Offered for free with a clear title, keys, and a big block Mopar engine, this camper is… more»

Fuzzy’s Mopar: 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner

The B-body is the favorite of many Mopar muscle lovers, including myself. While the Charger has stolen much of the B-body’s glory over the years, the Coronet, Roadrunner, and GTX all have their place in classic… more»

Reasonably Priced Mopar? 1969 Dodge Charger Project

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: the days of people giving away old Mopars have long since come and gone. 1969 Chargers are a fan favorite, and have been climbing in value for… more»

Challengering: 1970 Dodge Challenger

It is easy to take a look at this Challenger and see what it once was before someone parked it in a barn. This car has a 440, which makes me think someone had a lot… more»

Six Pack Survivor: 1970 Plymouth GTX

Survivors of this vintage are pretty uncommon, especially Mopars. If you don’t already know why, the answer is rust! Though this car certainly isn’t any kind of show-ready cream puff, it is mostly intact and original…. more»

Swingin’ Survivor: 1974 Dodge Dart Swinger

Though ’70s Mopars have been steadily rising in price, over the last couple of years more and more “less desirable” cars like Dusters and Darts have been coming out of the woodwork. While the potential of… more»