Jump On This Real Deal General Lee 1969 Dodge Charger
If you're a car enthusiast who has a particular affection towards the old days of hard-hitting Mopar muscle then chances are you might remember a little show called The Dukes Of Hazzard. This intense showcasing of the true country boy lifestyle complete with fast-paced action, incredible stunts, and the famous General Lee Charger instantly caught the attention of children and adults alike breathing new life into the muscle car community and leaving behind a legacy that could be compared to that of Smokey And The Bandit. Of course, with this name recognition and high popularity also comes the admiration of builders. This has led many people to build their own General Lee Charger. However amazing those recreations may be, they all pale in comparison to the real deal.
1968 Shelby GT500 KR Convertible Is A Rare Breed
1968 was an amazing year for the, now famous, Ford Mustang and its various Shelby brethren such as the GT500. Carroll Shelby had previously been tasked with turning the mule that was the 1964/65 Mustang into a potent racing pony. This challenger produced such cars as this 1968 Shelby GT500 KR Convertible which takes the classic pony car look and adds a bit of the Shelby roadster style which the company had previously become famous for. Fortunately, that was combined with the power and engine tweaking that the Shelby American team did their best to create an amazing vehicle. The only downside to these cars is the general scarcity and lack of availability for most buyers. Luckily we have a possible solution to that issue.
Ford Mustang Honored By Consumer Reports
The fight among fans of the Big Three rages on today, in some circles as fiercely as ever, even though all three automakers are quite different than they were back in the day. Understandably, hardcore GM and Mopar fans won’t like that Consumer Reports highlighted the 2021 Ford Mustang as its highest-rated American sports car. Either you’re feeling smug, laughing, or raging, depending on your allegiance.
V10 Viper Powered 1969 Dodge Charger R/T Is A Serious Machine
We all wish we could drive around in a massive V8 Mopar monster, however, they are typically very hard to find. Along with the fact that they rarely ever get sold in good condition, when they are in good condition they often come with a hefty price tag. While we can't say much for the price, you’ll have to contact the owner for that, the condition of this Charger is perfect. Everyone remembers the Mopar focus on performance from the 60s and 70s. However, this car takes the classic styling of old Mopar and couples it with the blistering performance that we all know Dodge for today.
Win This Museum Quality 1966 Impala Sport Coupe
Owning your dream car is something every muscle car owner wants, but what if you actually win your dream car? If your automotive lust is geared towards 1960s Chevys, this 1966 Impala Sport Coupe is your opportunity to do just that. Powered by a highly-coveted 427 L72, this 1966 Chevy Impala is up for grabs, and the winner will also get $10,000 to cover the taxes.