40 Year Hibernation: 1971 Dodge Charger R/T

After a successful body style run from 1968 to 1970, it was time for the Dodge Charger to be restyled. While these models are not usually as sought… more»

Mystery Mopar Muscle Car Stash!

This stash of Mopar projects seems almost too good to be true. They can be found here on Craigslist, but unfortunately, there are no list prices for… more»

Fade to Black: Plum Crazy 1970 Dodge Charger R/T

Last week Adam Clarke published a write-up here on Barn Finds featuring a rare 1970 Charger recently found in Pennsylvania.  Still wearing its original “go mango” orange paint,… more»

Just Add Water: 1971 Plymouth Satellite

According to the seller of this 1971 Plymouth Satellite, “If the car is totally washed it will shine like new”. We’d all like to find cars that… more»

Malaise Muscle: 1979 Dodge Li’l Red Express

One of the few bright spots of the late-70’s malaise era, the Dodge Li’l Red Express kept things interesting when most of Detroit’s lineup was just plain… more»

Carol Brady Cruiser: 1973 Plymouth Satellite Wagon

Those looking to channel their inner Carol Brady could do worse than this green 1973 Plymouth Satellite Wagon, located in Lompoc, California (north of Santa Barbara) and… more»

1 of 194: 1969 Plymouth Hemi Road Runner

There are few words more inviting to a Barn Finder than “Hemi”. And while survivors do pop up now and then, it seems whenever I run across… more»

Plum Crazy: 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

In addition to the iconic engines and body styles, Mopars are also well remembered for the wild “High Impact Paint” (HIP) colors offered from ’69-’73. Of these,… more»

Droptop Twins: Two 1965 Plymouth Valiant convertibles

For Mopar A-body aficionados, here’s an opportunity to pick up a pair of 1965 Plymouth Valiant Convertibles! They are being offered here on Craigslist with an asking price of… more»

Sleeping For 27 Years: 1973 Dodge Challenger

Under the piles of junk and a thick layer of dust in this barn is a Mopar that has been asleep longer than Rip Van Winkle! You… more»

Mopar Shelf: 1971 Dodge Charger

How many of you have heard of a high-performance bookshelf? Well, they are rare, and can often be very rewarding. This 1971 Dodge Charger has been tucked… more»

Christine’s Uncle: 1957 Plymouth Belvedere

Even without Stephen King’s novel (and John Carpenter’s movie), the 1957-58 Plymouth lineup would still be extremely collectible. Arguably the cleanest of Virgil Exner’s Forward Look designs,… more»

Classic For A Cause: 1972 Plymouth Valiant

While never flashy, the reliability of the Mopar A-body sedan is legendary. In his autobiography, Lee Iacocca acknowledged “The Dart and the Valiant ran forever”, and recognized… more»

Basic Muscle: 1968 Dodge Coronet 440!

In 1968, Chrysler’s B-body intermediate platform was a veritable Swiss army knife, spawning cars that ranged from mild to wild. In the middle of that spectrum lies… more»

Budget Mullet: 1983 Dodge Rampage

Car-based trucks are one type of vehicle that always seemed to be a better idea on paper than in reality. Melding the comfort of a car with… more»

Disco Era Survivor: 1978 Plymouth Volare

It’s a bit hard to believe nowadays, but when the Chrysler F-body platform (Dodge Aspen & Plymouth Volare) was introduced in mind-1976, these were considered compact cars. … more»

Happy Camper: 1970 Dodge Travco 270

Baby boomers seeking a psychedelic trip to Burning Man (or anywhere) should take a closer look at this 1970 Travco motorhome located in Wooster, Ohio and listed here… more»

2nd Gen Beeper: 1972 Plymouth Road Runner

1972 was the beginning of the end for classic muscle cars. A few years later they would all be gone, victims of crippling insurance rates, the fuel… more»

Plucked Chicken: 1962 Chrysler Windsor

  1962 was a year of changes – both for the Country and for The Chrysler Corporation in particular. DeSoto was gone. Virgil Exner, the legendary designer… more»

Potential Gold Mine? 1971 Dodge Challenger

With the way E body Mopars have appreciated in the last 10 years, this 1971 Dodge Challenger looks like a real gold mine for the $4,500 asking… more»

Neglected Mopar: 1971 Plymouth Road Runner

There was probably a time when this Road Runner was loved, and maybe even someone’s prized possession. Whenever that was, it was very long ago as this… more»

Crunchy Mopar: 1969 Dodge Charger Project

The 1969 Dodge Charger is one of the most highly coveted Mopars by the general public. The various movies and television shows that starred a 1969 Charger… more»

Estate Sale Finds: Multiple Mopars For Sale

When is it an estate sale versus just selling off your stash of projects? Not sure, but the craigslist ad says it’s an estate sale somewhere outside… more»

Two for One Mopars: 1952 Plymouth Concord, Chrysler 5th Avenue

Somehow it seems that Plymouth, Chrysler, and Dodge, made a myriad or cars all similar but different, and I will say I am always surprised by the… more»