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1 of 1 Plum Crazy Hemi Coronet, 4 spd, Super Track Pack, in Canada finally recovered and restored, and of course, now up for sale on Ebay. Currently bid to 90k, 2 days left, it’s going to be a no sale never getting close to reserve

September 17th, 2017 by admin

Among a mere 14 hemi Coronets constructed that year, this former salvage yard denizen was found
behind the garage of a salvage dealer’s parents’ house in late 1991 in Manitoba, Canada when it was still a basket case project, it’s the only example built for Canadian export

One last sold for 156k in 2016, and the owner of this is hoping to win the lotto, because the car was recently for sale at the Mopar Nationals with a price tag of around $230,000 USD.

only 14 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T Hemi came out of the factory that year and only 4 were 4-speed.

the mid 50s, the last time there were plenty of American made options to the big 3. Here are 9 from 1954, that weren’t found at a GM, Ford, or Mopar dealership

May 18th, 2017 by admin

1954 Kaiser Manhatten

1954 Willys Aero Ace Deluxe

1954 Packard Cavalier

1954 Hudson Hornet

1954 Nash Statesman

1954 De Soto

Happy St Patrick’s Day!

March 17th, 2017 by admin

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Happy St Patrick’s Day!

he bought it and kept it for 32 years, then the Volare factory kit car was auctioned for $11,000

February 4th, 2017 by admin

This Volare features the Street Kit Car Package and is one of 247 built by Plymouth.

Highly optioned, it is equipped with a 360ci 4V engine with automatic transmission. It features a two-tone paint package, power disc brakes, air conditioning and power steering.

I’m not sure if this is a Newport or a 300 (the C bodies are really not my thing) but I like what they did with it

January 11th, 2017 by admin

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I’m not sure if this is a Newport or a 300 (the C bodies are really not my thing) but I like what they did with it

Happy 80th birthday Mopar!

January 6th, 2017 by admin

a gas station owner would love to see these cars pull up now, with gas over 2.50 a gallon

December 30th, 2016 by admin

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a gas station owner would love to see these cars pull up now, with gas over 2.50 a gallon

two Hemi Cuda’s and a 440 six barrel, all sporting Shaker hoods went up on Ebay, top bid was $325,000

December 23rd, 2016 by admin

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two Hemi Cuda’s and a 440 six barrel, all sporting Shaker hoods went up on Ebay, top bid was $325,000

the only known factory-built ’64 Dodge Race Hemi wagon. With perfect 50/50 front/rear weight distribution, the Hemi Wagon didn’t need wheelbase manipulation to gather trophies, but it had a 17 year old driver.

December 17th, 2016 by admin

His father, Harry Baker, ran Harry Baker Motors, a small but successful Chrysler-Plymouth dealership in Newton, Kansas. He was in the Army Air Force during WWII and was a ball turret gunner aboard a B-17. That was one of the most vulnerable positions on the aircraft, but he made it through thirty combat missions over Germany without a scratch. Right after the war ended, Dad came home, started selling cars in 1946, and married his sweetheart.

The 426 Race Hemi was huge news in 1964. To launch it, Chrysler Corp. built approximately 50 Dodge lightweight sedans, 12 steel-nose hardtops, and this 440-series station wagon. It was first campaigned by son of the President of the Mopar parts division, and Dodge Vice President

At the 1964 NHRA Indy Nationals it won B/FX, the A, B, and C Factory Experimental rules did not require quantity production. They only called for the use of approved factory-sourced parts, which could be mixed and matched at will by factory engineers.

The race-ready wagon was sold to Harry Baker Motors before the end of the 1964 season.

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back in the good old days, when dealerships sponsored drag racers, or ran their own race car

December 9th, 2016 by admin

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back in the good old days, when dealerships sponsored drag racers, or ran their own race car