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Category Archive: MOPAR, Project Cars

BangShift Project Files: Carving Up A Bondo Buggy In The Driveway

Joe Haber’s 1966 Plymouth Sport Fury has been a love/hate kind of car. When the 383-powered Plymouth is running right and nothing is catching fire or falling off, life is good. The bad side is...

Morning Symphony: “Bloky”, The NASCAR-Powered Valiant, Performing Yet Another Ear-Splitting Show!

I don’t care how many times I see footage of this green Valiant Regal in action…I love it. I love the fact that it doesn’t have a massive, honkin’ blower sticking up out of...

Project Raven: We Assess The Health Of Our 400 Chrysler Big Block With The Help Of Knieriem Racing Engines

It’s been a little less than a year since our last substantial update involving Project Raven, our 1983 Imperial coupe, and we wish we could say we’ve been doing tons of work on the big...

Classic YouTube: Check Out This 1957 Chrysler Corporation Training Film – Nine-Way Car Battle With Buick, Olds And Cadillac!

This Chrysler Corporation training film might have been showcased as a nine-way vehicle test, but let’s be quite honest: no, it’s not. In the Fifties, the manufacturers were cut-throat...

Unveiled: The 2016 Easter Jeep Safari Concept Vehicles! Which One Is Your Favorite?

It’s rare for a manufacturer to celebrate and thank the fans quite like Jeep does every year at the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. 2016 is the 50th anniversary of the Easter Jeep Safari,...

BangShift Project Files: This 1964 Chrysler Newport Is In The Works To Become A Tribute Push Car!

Finding a deal on an older car can still happen…you just have to have the right connections and a little luck. In the case of forum member “Cobra_4”, that luck led him to a...

BangShift Project Files: A $1,000 Jeep Comanche That Is On It’s Way To Becoming A Jurassic Park Utility Truck!

When Jurassic Park came out in 1993, it set a high standard for what a movie could be. Fans were treated to the sights of a dinosaur park near Costa Rica as Murphy’s Law kicked in, and...

Is It A New Model Or What? Chrysler Is Teasing An Upcoming “880”, But We Don’t Know What It Could Be…Do You Have Any Ideas?

FCA, and in particular Chrysler, is in a weird state right now. They have the 300 series, but won’t sell the SRT model here. They have the 200 series sedan, but that’s pretty vanilla for...

The “WTF?” Files: Man Tries To Time-Travel With A Dodge Challenger, Takes Out Businesses Instead

(Photos: WEAR-3, Florida) In the Back To The Future franchise, Doc Brown and Marty McFly use a DeLorean DMC-12 on steroids to travel through time. In the movie, it looked awesome and sounded...

Top 11: Battle Of The Heavyweights – We Pick Our Favorite Full-Sizers!

After seeing that absolutely bitchin’ 1969 Impala SS that Mike Musto got to drive for Big Muscle, our gears started to turn. We haven’t seen big cars…really big cars…as muscle...

Regular Car Reviews Get To Drive A 1974 Plymouth Scamp And He Refers To It As Chrysler’s Low-Water Mark…What?

I’m not a Mopar fanboy. Let’s get that straight now. And I’m certainly not a big fan of A-bodies. I’ve always thought that they were nothing more than basic transportation...

How Many Ways Can You Say “K”? The Entire Rundown Of Chrysler’s Hail Mary Platform

The last time I attempted this stunt, it was based off of one model: the Plymouth Duster, a car that had a special edition for every season of the year, it seemed. This time around I decided to try...

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This 1961 Valiant Gasser Project Is Quite Literally A Fire Sale And Needs A New Home

Sometimes life kicks you when you’re down and you have to do whatever is needed to get back on your feet. Unfortunately, the owner of this 1961 Plymouth Valiant has found himself in that...

Project Angry Grandpa: Helping The Old Man Breathe Better With A Spectre Cold Air Intake

In order for the 5.7 inside of our Chrysler 300C to make noise and tire smoke, the engine has to breathe, simple as that. We first started by letting it exhale better with the Magnaflow exhaust, and...