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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.

PREWAR DODGES AND 4-4-2s

Yesterday we talked about the trend I saw with big collectors and collector car dealers buying cars while prices are low. This weekend I am at the Atlantic City Classic Car Auction (www.acclassiccars.com) and as I walk around the Convention Center today, two very different types of cars leap out at me as new...

1966 Hemi Charger: Part of the ‘Dodge Rebellion’

With its low and wide roof line, the 1966 Charger showcased a drastic interpretation of fastback styling. Its “electric razor” grille was also quite distinctive. With a Hemi under the hood, it was one of the meanest muscle cars of its era.