Old Cars Weekly archive – May 8, 2008 issue Unearthing a Hemi ’Cuda sealed for 26 years Story & photos by Geoff Stunkard In collector-car circles, the word “Hemi” has become one that connotes rarity and value. The old Chrysler Corp. was not the only auto manufacturer to design hemispherical combustion chambers in its...
On Nov. 28, 1969, the 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe arrived at the dealership and this time, Curt Wright had the financial means to take delivery. It was one of the proudest days of his young life
For reasons unknown, Paul Stewart’s stellar 1971 Plymouth Road Runner has always been sort of “the car that nobody wanted.”
John Quam's globe-trotting trip in a 1928 Plymouth roadster continues.
John Quam returned Oct. 8 from circling the globe in a 1928 Plymouth roadster he pulled from his dad’s barn and prepared for the ultimate road trip.
Mecum’s inaugural Seattle auction last weekend carved out its place in the history books with the record-setting sale of a 1971 Plymouth Hemi ’Cuda Convertible (Lot S95).
Raw power was the Hemi ’Cuda’s long suit, but the list of buyers was short. Insurance companies frowned on Hemi ’Cudas and didn’t care if they could do 0-to-60 mph in 5.8 seconds and the quarter mile in 14.1 seconds at 103.2 mph.
Steve Wexel's spectacularly original Silver Frost example has just 7,200 miles on the clock and might be the most unmolested 1974 Plymouth Road Runner on the globe.
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.
Ray Diedrick is a pretty laid back kind of guy. So when he decided to tackle his first convertible project and breathe some life into an old, worn-out 1964 Plymouth Fury, he didn’t get too nervous or worried.