The Dodge Challenger is one of the most beloved muscle cars from the Golden Age of American performance. It looked great, had racing pedigree, and could be optioned with everything from a thrifty slant-six to a fire-breathing Hemi V8. But there’s another reason why the Challenger looms large in our collective automotive imagination: It died
Posts tagged: 1974
The Dodge Dart is a little heavier than previously with a new rear impact absorbing bumper to match the front one and, as a result, the larger tail lights are moved above the bumper rather than in it. The oil embargo of ’73 makes smaller engines and less powerful vehicles a sign of the times,
I have been toiling on my Barracuda project for the last seven years and have sworn to finish this ride before the height of the summer cruise season. Wish me luck. During the build it became obvious that my mix of old-school and new parts just wasn’t going to cut it in every instance. Sure,
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Series II 1969 to 1971 The XKE Jaguar is still a British styled motor car but the exported versions have some changes from their domestic cousins. The Series II looks different with no glass covers on the head lamps, wrap around rear bumper, and the larger clearance/turn signal lights mounted below the bumpers. The dash
AMC Matador could have been equipped with the 401 ci in. (6.6 L) V8 in 1974, but this is the last year this engine would be available to the general public. After ’74 the 401 was available with catalytic converter added, but for fleet orders only. If you purchased a coupe with bucket seats then the