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‘First funny car’ 1964 Dodge Charger to hit block

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...

Car of the Week: 1947 Dodge business coupe

The last thing Rick Boldrin figured he’d be ordering for dessert when he took his wife out for lunch was an 1947 Dodge business coupe. But when you’re a car nut and your wife shocks you by telling you she’d prefer the old car rather than the pie and ice cream, you don’t ask...

Ram 1500 gets Hurst treatment in 2011 Hurst Hemi Hauler

There’s a long lineage of hairy Dodge haulers, going back to the 1964-’66 D-100 Custom Sports Special with a 365-hp, 426-cid wedge V-8 through the Li’l Red Express and Warlock stepsides of the late 1970s to the Shelby Dakotas of the 1980s and Ram SSTs and Dakota R/T’s of the 1990s. For 2011, the...

Car of the Week: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

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.

Car of the Week: 1973 Dodge Charger SE

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...

Car of the Week: 1957 Dodge Royal Lancer

Wayne Maddox knows the 1950s Bel Airs and the Cadillacs and the finned Chrysler Letter Cars of the day hog a lot of today’s collector spotlight. But Maddox still hasn’t seen a car that surpasses his 1957 Dodge Royal Lancer D-500 hardtop when it comes to combining sweet, swoopy looks with neck-snapping performance.