MARCH 2014: '32 FORD ROADSTER- A SIXTIES DREAM COMES TRUE DECADES LATER
Neal Toews has been a fanatic about the 1932 Ford roadster since he was a kid.
Unlike most childhood dreams in most people's lives he never let go of this one.
He just postponed it for a few decades.
MARCH 2014: '56 DODGE-ALWAYS HAVE A BACKUP PLAYER ON YOUR BENCH
There is no question car projects can often take more time to build than a mid-size hotel.
Most car guys are well aware of the fiction that spews out of TV car shows because you simply can't build a decent ride in a week.
Some guys give up, others power through and a few go to a backup plan like this '56 Dodge.
Wayne Raymond opted for Plan C.
MARCH 2014: 1971 BARRACUDA BIG BLOCK- A RARE COMBINATION OF TICKS ON THE OPTIONS LIST
E-Body Mopars are extremely popular cars. They are so popular Chrysler revived the concept with their extremely cool next-Gen Dodge Challenger.
The popularity factor of E-bodies means a spike in the value of T/As and Hemi Cudas and the market reflects that trend.
Factory options are the key and the more unusual the ticks are on the option sheet, the more value in the car.
MARCH 2014: '70 ROAD RUNNER- BROKEN DOWN TO THE SUM OF ITS PARTS AND REBUILT
The 1970 Plymouth Road Runner is basically a bucket of bolts and sheet metal put together on an assembly line at a factory .
On paper, that sounds pretty easy but that's at the factory so what happens when you take your 1970 Road Runner apart?
Pete Engelman has the answer.
MARCH 2014: 1960 CHRYSLER 300 F-BIG, BLUE BAD AND BEAUTIFUL EARLY MOPAR MUSCLE
A fair number of people believe the Mopar muscle era began when they plunked a 426 Hemi into a '66 Plymouth Belvedere and set the world on fire.
Later on, the E-body Cudas and Challengers became the poster child for the evolution of Mopar muscle.
1960 Chrysler 300 Fs rarely enter into the conversation and that's a crime against Mopar muscle history.
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