MARCH 2015: ’67 CHARGER—RARE, BUT UNLOVED FIRST GEN MOPAR MUSCLE
First Gen Chargers are some of the least loved Mopar muscle cars in the hobby.
Part of the reason is the ’68 Charger because that version set standards for 60s style that will never be surpassed.
Despite the lack of warm, fuzzy feelings for first Gen Chargers, these fastback Mopars were beasts on the NASCAR circuit back in 1966-67.
MARCH 2015:70 GTO-THERE ARE 2 KINDS OF GOATS: TAME FARM ANIMALS & WILD STREET BEASTS
The Pontiac GTO has always been part of the muscle car folklore from the 60s.
They quickly became known as “Goats” in car guy circles, a name play on the GTO label.
The GTO was one of those muscle cars that started out 389 Tri-power cool and just kept getting cooler over the years.
MARCH 2015: A 1929 DODGE BROTHERS SENIOR SIX SPORT SEDAN IS THE STUFF OF LEGENDS
A couple of talented but unlucky car guys named Horace and John Dodge founded the Dodge Brothers Motor Company in 1913.
The famous car brand survives to this very day in the Chrysler stable.
The Dodge brothers were talented early pioneers in the automotive field and supplied manufacturers like Ford with car parts, including engines and running gear.
MARCH 2015: ‘49 MERC—THE DEFINITION OF A CLASSIC RELATIONSHIP
’49-51 Mercurys have become the stuff of legend in the world of customs.
These low and wide beauties appealed to car guys in a huge way back in the early 50s.
Mercs had car hoodlum written all over them so there was an instant migration to chopped and channeled versions of these iconic cars.
MARCH 2015: A CAR NAMED AFTER A US PRESIDENT HAS 86 YEARS OF HISTORY WITH ONE FAMILY
Ever heard of a Roosevelt?
Neither had we, until we discovered a Roosevelt at a car show last year.
Roosevelts were only built for two years in 1929 and ‘30 by the Marmon Motor Company and were named after President Teddy Roosevelt.
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