Dark Bronze Bruiser: 1973 Dodge Challenger

I don’t normally get very worked up overtired muscle cars, but I dig this 1973 Dodge Challenger. It’s a 340/4-speed car, which is ideal, but the original color of Dark Bronze with a black/white bucket seat interior really is… more»

440 Power! 1934 Dodge Five-Window Hot Rod

As 86 year-olds go, this 1934 Dodge Five-Window Coupe in Hico, Texas looks rather sharp and not-to-be-messed-with. The red-painted Cragar S/S front wheels seem like a mixed metaphor, but changing rolling gear will be the simplest portion of what… more»

Sweet Short Bed: 1970 Dodge D100

With over a three-decade run, Dodge’s D-Series pickups were a big hit. This 1970 Dodge D100 short bed would be a big hit with just about anyone I know and I would love to have it myself. This great… more»

Hemi Swap: 1965 Plymouth Barracuda

Just about every automotive enthusiast has heard the sentiment of “don’t take on someone else’s unfinished project,” but sometimes, it’s hard to pass up the value presented by someone else throwing in the towel. This seems to be the… more»

Plum Crazy 340 4-Speed: 1970 Plymouth Duster

Up for sale in Arizona is small yet fun muscle car known as the famous 340 Duster. Factory painted Plum Crazy Purple, this 340 4-speed machine is quite complete and is a numbers matching machine for the most part…. more»

READER AD: 1978 Dodge Surveillance Van

This is either the coolest or creepiest van ever! It was modified for undercover police surveillance work and still retains all of its special features. From the outside, you’d never guess that it was loaded with surveillance equipment (obviously… more»

Parts to Start: 1968 Plymouth Road Runner

If you would love to get your hands on a numbers-matching Plymouth Road Runner project car, then this might be a golden opportunity. While there is some restoration work to be done, the owner is including a few parts… more»

Solid T-Top: 1977 Dodge Aspen R/T

It may not be perfect, but this 1977 Dodge Aspen R/T is a good looking car regardless. It is essentially a solid car with only some very minor rust to be dealt with. Barn Finder Peter B referred the… more»

Real Muscle Car? 1974 Plymouth Road Runner 440

Some people claim that muscle cars were all but dead and gone by the time this Road Runner was built. Sure, it would take a couple of decades before we saw the crazy high horsepower numbers again, but cars… more»

Restoration Started: 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T

This 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T is a claimed barn find car that had some restoration work started but never got very far. The seller notes it is relatively complete and in restorable condition, but there is still some rust… more»

The Little Limousine! 1970 Dodge Challenger RT/SE

Some drivers like a dose of luxury with their performance, and Dodge obliged with the Challenger SE package in 1970. Sales literature called it the “little limousine.” Combined with the R/T (Road/Track) package, it prepared the lucky owner for… more»

1 of 1,500? 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury Pace Car

The number jumps around a bit from 1,300 to 1,900 with more than a few sources saying that there were 1,500 of these 1965 Plymouth Sport Fury Pace Car replicas made for the 1965 Indianapolis 500. This example can… more»

Parked since ’78! 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340

Before you write off this compact Dart as a rusty basket-case, consider it’s an original Swinger 340 four-speed car in Hemi Orange with the black vinyl top and tail stripe. Despite being disassembled, this 1970 Dodge Dart Swinger 340… more»

Amazing Survivor: 1968 Dodge Dart GTS

While it’s had one repaint in its life, this Dodge Dart GTS is highly original and is in beautiful condition. The seller has owned this 383 4-speed equipped Mopar since 2004. During their ownership, they’ve replaced consumables and done… more»

700 Horsepower: 1965 Dodge Coronet Lightweight

I will always take my hat off to a car owner who openly admits that they really aren’t sure whether what they have is a truly rare classic or a clone. That is what the owner of this Dodge… more»

First Year: 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible

With only 2,128 examples built in 1969, the Plymouth Road Runner Convertible has a bit of an air of exclusivity about it. This one has spent the vast majority of its life in Arizona, and this has paid dividends… more»