Richard Gies' skill level, patience and ability to stay the course would be tested during the 1966 Dodge Charger’s restoration.
Richard Gies purchased this 1966 Charger and a boat load of parts from his nephew and set out to make it better than new. With some help, he turned it into a show-stopper.
Need an excuse to mail a letter? The new Muscle Cars postage stamps to go on sale Friday, Feb. 22, celebrate an exciting era in American automotive history.
The Volo Museum has had few cars with a story as fun, juicy and noteworthy as the 1969 “General Lee” Dodge Charger that serves as one of the museum fleet’s biggest attractions.
A 1964 Dodge Charger? Believe it. Dodge didn’t shake the earth with the Charger model name on a production car until 1966, of course, but there were earlier rumblings with the name. In 1964, Dodge built an open-cockpit Charger show car based on the 1964 Polara/440/330 platform. That same year, three 330 coupe drag...
Louis Barrie's dream car didn't arrive as he had dreamt – the body was off the car, in a state of partial restoration, while most of the rest of the car was in boxes. But it was a 1969 Dodge Charger R/T, and Barrie had wanted one for as long as he could remember.
Sometimes, it seems that the decision to buy a collector car has someone already been determined for us. Occasionally, all the stars just seem to line up, all the green lights come on, and all the excuses and reservations just fade away. Dave and Pam Rick enjoyed one of those “no-brainer” episodes four years...