Mopar

$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»

1 Of 1? 1968 Plymouth GTX Hemi

I love when seller’s break down the options to show that their car is a one of one. Sure, this Plymouth GTX is the only one built in 1968 with this exact set of options in this particular color,… more»

Big Block Project: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T?

Advertised as a complete car this ’70 Challenger is available here on craigslist in Atlanta, Georgia. Warning: according to the car’s seller this project is for experienced restorers only.  Well, after looking at the ad’s photos I completely agree. … more»

Almost Extinct: 1954 Plymouth Plaza Sedan

It’s odd how a car that was at one time fairly popular among consumers and commonly used as a municipal vehicle is now quite rare to see.  If you’re a baby boomer you probably recall the Plymouth Plaza which… more»

Mopar Fans Only: 1970 Dodge Challenger

This 1970 Dodge Challenger has a look about it which suggests that it has probably spent the vast majority of its life in a hot, dry climate. There is plenty of baked paint and dry surface corrosion, but actual… more»

Good Place To Start? 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

I’ve wanted a Road Runner since I was a kid. Back then probably it had more to do with the cartoon logo and horn than anything else, but today the idea of a barebones muscle car gets me excited…. more»

Drop Top Mopar: 1967 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible

I’m not sure if this is a shed that just happens to have enough space for this Plymouth or a made to size barn, but this Barracuda Convertible has been snuggly stored away here for the past 34 years…. more»

El Chargerino: 2012 Dodge Charger Pickup?!

What do you buy when you need a pickup, but want a muscle car? The El Camino and Ranchero stopped production years ago and there aren’t new options today. That’s why you need this! It’s a 2012 Dodge Charger… more»

Feeling Lucky? 1968 Dodge Charger R/T 440

The seller thinks, that restored, this Charger could be an $80,000 car! It would take a lot to get from here to there, but they may not be totally off with their assumption. Drivers go for around 30 grand… more»

Worth $2,500? 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

After featuring a supposed rust-free Mopar this morning, we must have needed something a little more corroded. Barn Finds reader Mike S sent in this Road Runner thinking it was nuts that someone would ask $2,500 it. Well, we… more»

Rust-Free And No Reserve: 1968 Dodge Charger

Most of the Mopar muscle cars we have featured lately have been rust buckets, so it was refreshing to find this apparently rust-free Charger. The seller mentions that they have owned 20 Chargers over the years and this is… more»

Parked Since 1990: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner

It is always quite sad to see a highly desirable classic that has been left to go to rack and ruin. That has been the fate that has befallen this 1969 Plymouth Road Runner, but thankfully, it has been… more»

Sweet Pea’s Van: 1975 Dodge B100

Old vans with painted murals and shag carpeting are some of the most interesting artifacts you can buy. While some of us may try and figure out the history of our vehicles by tracing past owners or sifting through… more»

Two for One: Two 1974 Dodge Van Projects

Thanks to the good ol’ Internet, you can scratch an itch towards any niche of automotive enthusiasm. If you want to build a wicked van a screaming V8 engine, side pipes, and a shag carpet interior, it seems more… more»

$3,000 Pickup Project: 1967 Dodge A100

Forward control pickups are about as unique as it gets for small haulers. This 1967 Dodge A100 pickup is really the ultimate project because you don’t have to worry about whether the engine works or whether it has enough… more»