Dodge Demon vs old school Mopar muscle cars – Who is better?

Today we have a collection of drag races between the most powerful V8 production car ever produced in the world, the Dodge Demon, and a collection of classic Mopar’s. If you are a muscle car enthusiast, especially if you belong… Continue Reading

1967 Dodge Coronet Hemi vs Dodge Challenger Hemi Scat Pack Shaker

Many times before we have questioned ourselves, what’s better? A classic muscle car with simple mechanics and old school and raw power under the hood, or a new modern muscle car filled with electronics and also a powerful engine under… Continue Reading

Dodge Charger 1969 CAPTIV by Ringbrothers

This Dodge Charger 1969 so-called CAPTIV is the latest creation to come out of Ringbrothers Spring Green, Wisconsin shop. It’s been built for the New Zeeland racing legend Greg Murphy, which represents the old school racing generations. This Charger CAPTIV… Continue Reading

Plymouth Barracuda with SRT Shaker Hood and Hellcat V8

1971 Plymouth Barracuda is the most famous and desirable classic Mopar ever built, which actually is an updated version of the ‘70 ‘Cuda model. However, our Mopar today is a mix of both, originally it is a ‘70 ‘Cuda with a… Continue Reading

1970 Plymouth Superbird in Lime Light and Powered by 426 Hemi

This 1970 Plymouth Superbird is the most beautiful, clean, and pristine Superbird we have ever seen. The owner of this beautiful bird bought this super rare American muscle car, brand new back in 1970, and since then she keeps this gorgeous muscle car in… Continue Reading

Hilarious Challenger Hellcat on Buggy Wheels

Today we got this hilarious Challenger Hellcat on Buggy wheels, which looks more like a wheelchair. That’s because of the huge thin Buggy Wheels, however, don’t be fooled, actually, this Dodge Challenger on Buggy wheels can perform better than you… Continue Reading

The Story About the First Plymouth Hemi Cuda Ever

Everyone knows the Hemi Cuda, but this one is quite special, because of the many factors. First, this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, is an experimental vehicle, which means it was a pre-production test vehicle that was put through series of the… Continue Reading

High-Performance 1971 Plymouth Cuda Restomod

  This custom-built 1971 Plymouth Cuda Restomod was developed by Schwartz Performance Inc, therefore they have upgraded this Cuda with the best modern driveline and suspension you can find on the market. Underneath it is equipped with a Schwartz Performance… Continue Reading

One of a Kind 1968 Dodge Charger 392 HEMI Powered

Today we are starting with this ultimate custom build and badass looking 1968 Dodge Charger, which was designed and built by Danny “The Count” and his team. On this ’68 Charger project, they’ve done complete frame-off restoration, and have upgraded… Continue Reading