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1968 Charger HEMI

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1966-dodge-charger-04426 HEMI rotting in a junk yard!

More than 30 years ago this 1968 Charger R/T was stolen. Eventually the police recovered it, but then it sat and slowly got stripped of parts. The original 426 HEMI is lost, as is the factory column shift transmission, K frame and all tags.
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1970 Dodge Superbee

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1966-dodge-charger-041970 Superbee 383 4 speed

The Dodge Coronet Superbee's were one of those solid muscle cars that just weren't produced in large numbers. That makes nice, clean examples like this one harder and harder to find today.
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1970 Dodge Super Bee Coronet

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1966-dodge-charger-04Rusted out Super Bee 383

This Super Bee has been hit hard by the rust stick. It's described as a "solid southern project car" which is another way of saying, "of course it's got rust. It's from the South!" It originally rolled off the assembly line clad in Lime Green paint and a four speed manual and a 383 under it's Ramcharger hood. Read the rest of this entry »

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1969 Dodge Superbee

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1966-dodge-charger-041969 Superbee 383

This isn't the super rare HEMI version, but SuperBee's are getting hard to find in any condition. This one was primed and put in storage for several years. Read the rest of this entry »

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1967 Charger in the woods

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1966-dodge-charger-041967 Dodge Charger 383

Looks like this Charger has been sitting in the woods for quite a while. You feel damp and humid just looking at the photos. Lots of undergrowth, not much sun, rainy climate, covered in fallen leaves and pine needles - Perfect environment for rust to breed! Read the rest of this entry »

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1969 Dodge Charger 383

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1969-dodge-charger1969 Dodge Charger 383

You can tell this '69 Charger has been sitting for years because of the trees growing around it. Those saplings have definitely sprouted up since the car was parked in this back lot. It looks like this Charger has a few other Dodge brothers keeping it company. They were probably all "going to be restored" at some point, but now just sit and rust.
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1970 Challenger R/T SE

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70-dodge-challenger-rt11970 Dodge Challenger R/T SE

This stripped down 1970 Challenger R/T was found sitting in a Virginia backyard collecting leaves, snow and of course RUST.  The VIN breaks down as an N code 335 hp 383 cid Magnum V8 high power engine. It rolled off the Hamtramck, MI assembly plant back in 1970. Read the rest of this entry »

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1968 Dodge Charger

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1966-dodge-charger-041968 Dodge Charger 383

Here's a General Lee wannabe that's been sitting for a few years (check out the Confederate flag sticker in the rear window). The guy said his buddy owned it, but keeps saying it's going to be restored some day. How many times have you heard that one? Read the rest of this entry »

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1970 Challenger

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1970 Dodge Challenger

Unfortunately this Challenger may be headed to the great Mopar showroom in the sky. It's really only good for a parts car at this point. So much has been chopped off and hacked away that it's barely holding itself together. Leaving it out in the snow to rust certainly isn't helping matters.

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1966 Dodge Charger

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1966-dodge-charger-041966 Dodge Charger

This Charger is a little crispy after an engine fire. The hood, windshield, dash and drivers door are torched and need serious work.

It's too bad too, because it looks like a bit of work had been done to this car. Note the shaved door handles and very straight body panels. Also has a late model fuel injected 5.9 Magnum under that BBQ'd hood. Read the rest of this entry »

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