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Old School vs New School Mopar Muscle Cars – Who is better?

If you are a Mopar enthusiast, especially if you belong to the old school or you own a modern Mopar muscle car. Then we have a perfect video for you, down below. This video shows, the 50 years difference between… Continue Reading

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The Swedish Viking 1968 Dodge Charger RTR by Johan Eriksson

At Sema Motor Show in Las Vegas, the Swedish custom Hot Rod builder Johan Eriksson, presented his second 1968 Dodge Charger. Like the first one, this completely custom ’68 Charger RTR has attracted a lot of attention and brought him… Continue Reading

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Meet The World Famous Pro Touring 1969 Dodge Daytona

This is the most famous Charger Daytona in the world, why? First of all its own by the American muscle car enthusiast Mike Musto and second it has the most sinister look with the badass name, “Angrier”. But this Daytona… Continue Reading

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Amazing 1968 Dodge Coronet 500 by Gas Monkey Garage

We all know this 1968 Dodge Coronet 500 from the Gas Monkey Garage, but it’s always nice to see the story behind this classic Mopar. This silver ’68 Coronet with black wheels was bought by the G.M.G for $6500, which… Continue Reading

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The Most Famous Mopar Ever – 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible

The Most Famous Mopar Ever – 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible We bet, you already know this muscle car, but there is always a place for the hottest, the rarest and the most famous Mopar ever built. This 1971 Plymouth… Continue Reading

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Modern Hemi Challenger SRT8 vs Classic 340 T/A Six Pack Challenger

The Mopar muscle cars have been always a symbol of speed and power. This time we have a speed battle between a classic and modern Challenger. The member of the old school is the 1970 Dodge Challenger 340 T/A Six… Continue Reading

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426 Hemi Powered Lemon Twist 1970 Plymouth Cuda Convertible

Maybe this Lemon Twist 1970 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible has the funnies color, but it is equipped under the hood with the most serious engine ever produced, the powerful 426 Hemi. Actually this Hemi Cuda is very serious muscle car… Continue Reading

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Pro Touring 1969 Plymouth Road Runner – The “Big Hemi”

There is nothing better than the big-block Hemi Mopar muscle car, and today we have the 1969 Plymouth Road Runner Hemi. This Mopar project started as a regular 383 Road Runner and has been converted into the 528 cubic-inch Pro… Continue Reading