Old Cars Weekly archive – April 17, 2008 issue Retired auto body shop owner Bill Truka, of Des Plaines, Ill., likes prewar Chrysler cars. In fact, at one time he owned 30 of them. But, his latest project is just a bit out of the ordinary for Bill. It’s a prewar model and a...
By Brian Earnest The license plates on Cameron Moore’s 1966 Dodge Hemi Charger read “Mr. Hemi.” It might be more fitting if they said “Mr. Happy.” There is simply nobody more enamored with ’66 Chargers, and rare Hemi Chargers in particular, than Moore, a resident of Auburn, Ind. You’d think living in the land...
An iconic 1907 Renault Racing Roadster joins their permanent collection The Simeone Museum received a landmark gift – an iconic 1907 Renault Racing Roadster finds a permanent home through the kindness of its owner for the past nine decades. Serious automobile road racing started in France with major races throughout the country, usually long distances,...
1964 Dodge 880 station wagon.
This unique early Viper coupe at South Puget Sound Community College in Olympia, Wash., was ordered to be destroyed by Fiat-Chrysler. Their explanation.
Good things are coming in many packages for Dodge owners who love performance and delving into Dodge's rich history.
For 50 years, Steve Murray’s 1963 Dodge 880 station wagon has been like a shadow. A big, black, heavily chromed, nine-passenger shadow.
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.