Shelby Charger

Cheap Charger: 1986 Dodge Shelby Charger

The Dodge Charger has undergone some major changes in its history, to say the least. I loved the fastback version in ’66 and ’67 and the hot collector series now would be the second-gen cars. I wonder if Dodge… more»

Carroll Shelby Enhanced: 1983 Dodge Charger

When you hear “Shelby” and “Charger,” you think OK, now we’re talkin’! But when you put them both together maybe some of the enthusiasm dies down a bit. But maybe it shouldn’t, there may be more to the combination… more»

Rare Mashup? 1981 Shelby Charger Convertible

I don’t know where to start with this one. Is it a viable car or just parts? And, it’s a custom convertible at the same time. The seller states it to be a barn find parked for 25 or… more»

Cheap Shelby: 1985 Dodge Shelby Charger

Carroll Shelby helped to make the 1980s more fun than they could have otherwise been with his work on Chrysler’s lineup of small front-wheel-drive cars. Cars like this 1985 Dodge Shelby Charger gave hope to a generation of young… more»

One-Owner 1984 Dodge Shelby Charger

The Dodge Charger has had quite a few changes over the decades, from a fastback to a monster muscle car to a white-belt-and-shoes car to a small L-body and now they have four doors. I can’t think of any… more»

Rad Red Ride: 1985 Dodge Shelby Charger

Sometimes when iconic names are used on newer and smaller cars it causes some turmoil within the car community. Even though there is still a bit of grumbling every time a 1970s muscle car fanatic hears about a 1980s… more»

36k-Mile Survivor: 1984 Dodge Shelby Charger

Sometimes, the namesake of an exciting vehicle ends up recycled for use on a much less endearing model. The Dodge Charger based on Chrysler’s front-wheel drive L platform is an example of this, although not an overly egregious one…. more»