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Category Archive: Craigslist Find, MOPAR

Rough Start: Style And Substance In A 1962 Chrysler 300

In 1962, Chrysler branched the 300 model line. In addition to the Letter Series, a “standard” 300 was available, taking the place of the Chrysler Windsor as the value model and the series...

Is The 1967 Plymouth Belvedere A Perfect Everyday Driver? Regular Car Reviews Checks One Out To See

Hmm, what do we have here? A plane-jane 1967 Plymouth Belvedere II. It’s a model that is fondly remembered for it’s street-stomping 426 Hemi variation, but like most mythical musclecars,...

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Rough Start: The Home-Built Dodge Dually To Compete With Brian And Chad’s Obsessions!

So we’ve been on a dually pickup kick around here for a bit. Part of that is due to Chad’s box Chevy that he picked up and has been enjoying, but the other part is that we love dually...

Unveiled: 2019 Ram – An All-New Truck To Compete In The Heated Marketplace!

Ram, like Dodge before the split, refreshens trucks on a glacial scale. The current generation has been on sale since 2009, and while that isn’t nearly as long as the D/W-series’...

It’s Better This Way: Watch As This Chrysler LeBaron Droptop Gets Buried For Being A POS!

Yes, the Chrysler K-car was the right car at the right time for a company that had just very narrowly escaped the jaws of death. Yes, most were simple, frugal little commuter cars that moved forwards...

Could Be Fun: This Desert-Romping XJ Cherokee Looks Like A Ton Of Fun!

Yesterday Chad showed off a Ford truck that looked hell-bent on ripping up a desert path somewhere and it got me thinking about the same thing. Desert rompers rule! What part of “hauling ass in...

Like 1970s Pro Stockers? This 1976 Plymouth Arrow Could Be The Start Of Something Killer!

Once racers in Pro Stock realized that smaller cars could get favorable weight breaks over the cars with the larger engines, all sorts of micro machines started to appear in the ranks. Pintos,...

Rough Start: This 1973 Plymouth Satellite Is The Mythical Affordable, Useable Muscle Car!

I’m going to make a couple of concessions to using the phrase “muscle car” when describing a 1973 Plymouth Satellite with a 318 and a column shift automatic: here, it’s not...

Returning To Genesis: Regular Car Reviews Drives The Original Dodge Viper RT/10

It isn’t that the first-generation Dodge Viper RT/10 couldn’t have stood on it’s own merits. A V-10 powered two-seat roadster that looked like the natural descendent of the...

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Make Fast And Better: This V6, Rear-Drive Converted Dodge Charger Has Been Built Right!

(Photos: Brad Zeidler) What’s the basics of hot rodding? You take something nobody wanted, and you make it faster, better and desirable. It worked for old Fords in junkyards when hot-rodding...

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Rough Start: Who Wants To Put A 1968 Road Runner Stock Car Onto The Street?

Ron, I’m calling you out, buddy. Oh, and Don too. In case you are wondering what’s going on here, dear reader, it seems that two of my friends from Topeka got together and found something...

The “WTF?” Files: Ever Heard Of The 1996 Dodge TrailCharger? We Hadn’t!

Dodge’s SUV lineup in the United States through the 1990s and 2000s is pretty easy to follow: The Ramcharger existed until 1993, then nothing until the Durango showed up in 1998. Other than the...

Money No Object: A Flip-Front, 426 Hemi-Powered Power Wagon!

The 2018 Barrett-Jackson auction is completely full-up. They have maxed out their docket for the Scottsdale, Arizona auction and there are some very neat gems in there that will give the enthusiast...

BangShift Test Drive: 2018 Dodge Durango SRT: A Two-Step Program The Whole Family Can Enjoy

The sports-utility vehicle might have started off as a short pickup with a roof over the bed, but by the time I had become aware of cars, their role as a replacement for the venerable station wagon...