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Category Archive: MOPAR, Videos

Driving Green: It Doesn’t Look Any Better Than This Modified 1973 Plymouth ‘Cuda In The Forests!

Indulge me for a moment, I beg of you. The ultimate dream machine of mine, one that I firmly believe to be unapproachable for some time to come (at least) is a 1972-74 Plymouth ‘Cuda. It is a...

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The Bullet Holes Add Character: Check Out The Story On This Valiant Pacer!

I’ve seen them in Washington, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and plenty of other locations: a car that for some reason or another, was absolutely killed, stripped of any semblance of...

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The Purple People Eater: How Often Would You Drive This 1974 Chevrolet LUV?

For a section of time in the mid-1990s, my stepfather was enamored with Chevrolet LUV pickup trucks. One was slammed on it’s nuts and was a sprightly little thing, dressed in primer gray all...

Satellite Launch: What Happens When Three YouTubers Come Together In A Junkyard!

About the same time I was watching Rocky Mountain Raceway throw down for the final party, there was something going on closer to home. Kevin from JunkyardDigs was itching to get back to his work and...

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Super Sport Wagon: We’d Be Banging Gears In This Six-Speed Chevy Caprice Wagon All Day Long!

The miracle that Jon Moss pulled off with the Chevrolet Impala SS of the 1990s was nothing more than a hot-rodder reading the cards and putting the right pieces of the puzzle together. Standard, the...

Party Barge: 1,000 Horsepower Worth Of Chrysler New Yorker At It’s Wildest

Long, low, wide and monstrous in every possible dimension, a 1970 Chrysler New Yorker is far from subtle. They are smooth-looking cars, sure…the Fuselage C-body design looked great for 1970 and...

BangShift Question Of The Day: Would You Have Considered The Ford Ranger Raptor?

We approved of Ford’s decision to bring back the Ranger nameplate on a truck smaller than the current F-series pickup truck. We like it’s looks, we like it’s size, we like what we...

No More, Thanks: Holden Stops Production Of Commodore And Equinox Because They Aren’t Selling

It was a foregone conclusion that when local manufacturing left Australia, that selling an imported product was going to face an uphill battle. Both Ford and Holden loyalists weren’t going to...

A Look To The Past: Looking Back Nearly Forty Years In One Camaro’s History!

In December 2015, Brian Lohnes found one unique eBay surprise: a seriously worn-out 1967 Chevrolet Camaro RS that had been treated to a mid-1970s full-kill customizing job…though, you could...

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Money No Object: Benny Parsons’ 1973 Chevrolet Chevelle Will Be Hitting The Auction Block!

Benny Parsons might not have had the amount of overall wins that bigger names of his day had, but he was good on one major account: consistency. He might not have been in first place, but you would...

Rough Start: If You Can Find A Reason Why You Shouldn’t Buy This 460-Powered Mustang, Share It.

It’s getting around to the one surefire point of proof that it’s Autumn in North America. No, not changing leaves…none have fallen at my house and barely any were turned on my...

This Ranger Gets Down The Strip With A Duratec 2.3L Four Making The Power!

  The old 2.3L “Lima” four-cylinder engine, when turbocharged properly, are eye-opening little monsters that can take stunning amounts of boost and stay together under pressure....

Rough Start: A Pontiac Firebird Formula 400 That Has Been Dormant For Three Decades

When I put together the concept of Rough Start finds, one of the main things that I’ve rarely swayed from was the need for the vehicle in question to run and drive. Small repairs that were...

Money No Object: This 1974 Chevrolet K30 Stepside Fire Truck Is Too Cool!

It’s a given: at some point in their lives, a kid wants to be a firefighter. They want to ride on the trucks, put out the flames, and to be the hero. Certainly you remember that point of your...