Project Truck: 1979 Dodge Lil’ Red Express

If an old muscle truck is what you seek, you could do far worse than a classic Dodge Lil’ Red Express pickup. To me, this was one of the coolest marketing exercises ever attempted by a major manufacturer, with… more»

BF Auction: 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T

The 1960s muscle car war was in full swing by 1967, with Chrysler marques producing some of the most potent offerings available. This was graphically demonstrated by cars like this genuine 1967 Dodge Coronet R/T. It features the sector’s… more»

Build It Your Way: 1968 Dodge Charger

The first generation (1966-67) of the sporty Dodge Charger wasn’t a huge seller. But when Chrysler’s B-body cars were redesigned in 1968, Charger sales would multiply by a margin of 6 to 1 from 1967. The hideaway headlights and… more»

Well Kept 1990 Dodge Ramcharger

Building an SUV from your full-sized pickup truck makes good sense, and this 1990 Dodge Ramcharger marks Mopar’s entry in that market. The Spokane, Washington rig comes for sale here on eBay, where at least 10 bidders have the… more»

Drive Or Restore? 1970 Dodge Charger 500

Here’s a 1970 Dodge Charger 500 that kind of leaves me scratching my head regarding what to do here, as it’s already a capable driver with a cool patina finish that money can’t buy.  But it’s also one of… more»

One of 924! 1970 Dodge Coronet Convertible

Usually, when we feature a 1970 Dodge Coronet, it’s a Super Bee or an R/T. The non-performance models such as the 500 or the 440, much less the pedestrian Deluxe version, generally don’t make copy often. Well, we’re going… more»

R/T Clone Project: 1968 Dodge Charger

The Charger may have been 1968’s sales success story of the year. After selling less than 16,000 of them in 1967, Dodge delivered more than 92,000 copies in 1968. And nearly 20% of those were the high-performance R/T model…. more»

Complete 440 R/T! 1971 Dodge Charger

Normally, I pass on reviewing muscle cars. Over the years there has been so much written about them that there’s really not much else that I can add. And, I’m old enough to have owned a few when they… more»

Running But Rusty: 1970 Dodge Charger 500

If you have a 1969 Dodge Charger 500, you have something special as only 500 were built for street use but inspired by NASCAR. Those cars were more aerodynamic than the standard Chargers. But in 1970, it became more… more»

Nicely Optioned: 1975 Dodge Dart Sport

While many buyers viewed the 1975 Dodge Dart as affordable family transport they could purchase on a tight budget, others wanted creature comforts to make life aboard one of these classics a pleasant affair. That appears to be the… more»

Wrecked and Rusted: 1971 Dodge Challenger

Dodge was the last U.S. manufacturer to get into the “pony car” space, more than five years after the Ford Mustang created a huge stir. The Challenger would share the same new platform as the Plymouth Barracuda in 1970-74,… more»

V8s Need Not Apply: 1969 Dodge Dart

Next to a ’68-’70 Plymouth Road Runner, I’d have to say that the ’67-’69 Dodge Dart is my favorite subject from the old ChryCo. Best of all, Mopar’s small block 340 CI V8 engine was the perfect motivational force… more»

12K Mile Garage Find: 1993 Dodge Viper RT/10

While there’s a history in this country of enthusiasts buying muscle cars and never driving them – and subsequently finding out lots of other guys did the same thing, thus deflating the values of the car in question –… more»

Real R/T: 1969 Dodge Charger Project

Here’s a second-generation Dodge Charger that’s got both good and bad news.  On the positive, parts and panels are fairly easy to come by for these cars, but the negative is that this one’s gonna need a whole bunch… more»

One-Owner Mopar: 1955 Dodge Custom Royal

Thanks to a hefty loan, Chrysler embarked on a dry run for their “Forward Look” cars in 1955. That approach took hold with the swoopy styling of 1957 that brought tailfins to new heights. Model names for Dodge in… more»

No Reserve Time Capsule: 2001 Dodge Viper RT/10

Imagine calling your Dodge dealer up in the late 90s, trying to get in on the allocation for a new Viper RT/10. You likely imagined a scenario whereby you couldn’t get into your dream muscle car for several months,… more»