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Category Archive: Car Features, MOPAR

Reader’s Ride Spotlight: Joe Haber’s 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury, “Project Tetanus”

Most of us have a kind of love-hate relationship with the project vehicle. There is the beginning, where everything is perfect and wonderful, and as time passes on, flaws start to make themselves...

Hellcat, Now In Screaming Passengers Edition-Charger Will Get Mopar’s Newest Mountain Motor!

This was speculated ever since the Hellcat rumors started spreading around, but now that the SAE paperwork for a Hellcat Charger was discovered, it’s confirmed. Charger mules with the nose...

It’s Official: Dodge Challenger Hellcat Has 707 Horsepower – Cue Every Expletive Known To Man.

Ever since it started production in 2008, the Dodge Challenger has been like the fat kid on the playground: he’s just as capable, he’s just as good, in a lot of ways he’s better,...

2014 Holley National Hot Rod Reunion Feature Car: 1967 Dodge D100 Gasser

I enjoy finding vehicles that turn Lohnes into a drooling idiot. It’s a fun game that we here at BangShift have been playing for a few years now on the forums. The recipe is simple: Find a...

Four-door Fursday: Five of the coolest four-doors ever

In yesterday’s Craigslist Bait-N-Switch of the Week, I mentioned that the Skylark in question had two doors two many. A few of our Facebook fans took issue with the lack of respect for sedans...

Deep in the bowels of the New York International Auto Show is the coolest display of former cop cars you’ll ever see

As Lohnes mentioned yesterday, I was stationed at the New York International Auto Show, which opens to the public this morning. There’s always lots of new stuff to look at, but my favorite...

There’s something uniquely badass about seeing vintage cop cars in their natural habitat

I don’t know what it is, but I have a serious thing for vintage photos of cop cars in action. I get some special thrill seeing cars you normally see in car shows going about their daily...

Sneak Preview: Marvel has a new Ghost Rider and he drives a Charger

Since Issue #5 of Marvel Spotlight, Ghost Rider has been astride the kind of chopper that would feel right at home in Easy Rider. But beginning this week, Marvel’s new Ghost Rider is piloting a...

Frank Kozik’s Poster Art Puts Cars and Music Together Like Nothing Else

Last week, I mentioned Gearhead Records and Gearhead Magazine, and I walked out into the garage to work on the Blazer project and one of my posters smacked me right in the face, sending me all the...

Car Feature: Lee Sicilio’s 283 MPH 1969 Dodge. Can He Run 300 In 2013? We Think So!

(Editor’s note: We ran this feature after Speed Week last year. Since the car will be back and the boys have an excellent shot at making a 300mph pull down the salt, we wanted to re-familiarize...

MORE: MOPAR

1962 Plymouth Fury With 777 Original Miles – A BangShift Exclusive!

(Words and photos by Dave Nutting) – Bangshift contributing photographer Dave Nutting here to share an infamous time capsule of Mopar history that Brian Lohnes and I stumbled upon while working...

Nitro Resto – The Story of the Famed Country Girl Funny Car and How It Was Restored By The Family That Raced It

(Words and Photos by Mike Bradford) – In the racing world, if you don’t have deep pockets and want to go faster, one car is sold to fund the new toy. More often than not, the old car is...

UPDATE: Lee Sicilio’s 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona Runs 283 MPH, Gets The Record, But No 300 YET

Update Friday: Well it’s all over for Speed Week 2012, and Team Sicilio should be ultra proud of themselves. They came out with a brand new car and in less than a half dozen runs set a record...

Cool or Not: A Chrysler Cordoba Made to Look Like a Superbird!

After seeing these photos posted on the BangShift forums by member Remy-Z we had to get them in front of the BangShift readership and get your collective opinion. In the interest of full disclosure,...