Top Banana? 1970 Dodge Challenger Project

The Dodge Challenger and Plymouth Barracuda were released in 1970 as a late response to the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro, which dominated the pony car market in the late Sixties. One characteristic that distinguished these new Mopar E-Body… more»

Looking For A Project? Take Your Pick!

This seller has several cars for sale and they’re all projects, although some will need more work than others. Most of them are Chrysler products and you can grab one for as little as $1,000. Nothing is more than… more»

1,000 Horsepower Crate Engine! 426 Mopar Hellephant

The term “a piece of automotive history” can be thrown around indiscriminately sometimes, but in the case of this crate engine, it is true. You are looking at a 1000 horsepower, 426 cubic inch, “Hellephant” crate engine from Mopar!… more»

BF AUCTION: 1977 Plymouth Volare With 20k Miles!

[wpaheader id=”110″ /] You can’t get much more barn fresh than this! This Plymouth Volare is still sitting in the original owner’s barn, where it has been parked for most of its life. The seller inherited it from their… more»

EXCLUSIVE: 1967 Plymouth GTX Hemi 4-Speed!

Talk about an incredible find! The seller of this 1967 Plymouth GTX bought it after being parked in the previous owner’s garage for the past 25-years and it is currently showing just 24k miles. Under the hood is one… more»

Six Pack Project: 1970 Plymouth Cuda 440-6

This Cuda was originally powered by a 440 V8 that had three two-barrel carburetors on top! It wasn’t a Hemi but it was a more affordable option for muscle car guys who wanted to compete with the best of… more»

Shiny Survivor! 1967 Dodge Monaco

We see sports cars, light-duty haulers, oddballs, and family-truckster wagons here all the time, but what about the sedans? Here’s a well-kept example of a ’67 Monaco that’s sure to please the cruiser crowd, for sale here on eBay… more»

Black Plate Survivor: 1968 Plymouth GTX

Based on the B-body platform Chrysler introduced the GTX as the “Gentleman’s Muscle Car” seeking to add a bit of upscale luxury to its muscle car lineup. The luxury was provided by adding side stripes, tail fin brightwork, and… more»

Biiig Survivor: 35k Mile 1968 Chrysler Newport

I am a big fan of the Mopar C-body cars and this 1968 Chrysler Newport checks a lot of boxes for me. These big land yachts of the ’60s and ’70s are getting harder and harder to find. This… more»

7K Mile Survivor: 1974 Plymouth Duster

As a 20-year owner of a Slant Six-powered 1963 Dodge Dart 270 convertible, I have a real soft spot for this listing here on eBay. It’s a one-owner 1974 Plymouth Duster with just 7,777 on the clock, powered by… more»

Sweet Survivor: 1970 Dodge Charger R/T

This find is… well… just Plum Crazy! Having had the same owner since 1971 and having covered just 31k miles, this Charger R/T is an all-original survivor. It’s said to be in good running, driving condition and is ready… more»

Sox & Martin Tribute: 1975 Plymouth Duster

UPDATE 11/12/2019 – It’s almost been a year since we first featured this Duster and while it was originally listed on eBay, it’s now popped back up but this time on craigslist and for $13,500. At least there are… more»

Mopar Motivated: 1968 Bristol 409 Barn Find

We at Barn Finds thoroughly enjoy finding old, obscure automobiles and telling you about them, and this Bristol is a perfect example. It’s currently up for sale here on craigslist near Encino, California, and its rarity warrants a closer… more»

Awesome Triple Challenger Barn Find!

Yesterday we launched auctions for three Dodge Challengers that were just pulled out of a barn in Texas. They were found by the guys over at Restore A Muscle Car and Gas Monkey Garage. After dragging them back to… more»

$100,000!? 1969 Plymouth Barracuda

We’ve seen crazy listings like this before where, at least initially, it’s difficult to tell if the seller is actually serious about the asking price of their car. Is it just a ploy to garner attention to the sale?… more»

440 Six-Pack: 1970 Dodge Charger R/T

Update 7/8/19 – After almost a year, this Mopar has resurfaced here on eBay. Hopefully, it finds a new home this time around. From 10/20/18 – It is probably the dream of every Mopar fan. You open the door… more»