It's unclear who owns this big block Mopar, or even who owns the property in Ohio where it sits. The old farmhouse has been torn down but the car remains, rotting quietly in the woods. Someone rescue it! Lots more pics at MoparBlog
This Hemi Charger pic was taken Thursday on top of Monarch Pass in Colorado. And you can check out a pic of a shot up Subaru taken at the same time over at Mopar Blog
I guess Jesse James has fallen on hard times and is selling off some of his stash. It's highly unlikely that this big B-body was ever a "ten second car" as his eBay ad claims. But this '69 Road Runner is pretty cool, if you dig the old school tubbed and caged look. Oh, yeah, that 440 ran a year ago… Centerlines FTW!…
This is one of the weirdest motor swaps we've featured recently, and for Mopar purists, it borders on sacrilegious. But can you guess what car this twin turbo Supra motor is powering? Hint: don't be thrown off by the Road Runner horn. Make your guess and then see the full car at Mopar Blog
Yeah, it's got a Hemi. But does anyone know what car this is by looking at the pic? I'll give you a hint: this swap was featured on the cover of Hot Rod Magazine way back in 1958. Make your best guess then click to see if you were right!
We like this orange Hemi Rampage a lot, too, but this yellow Rampage with flames, side pipes and a Daytona wing pretty much rules. What do you think?
I think this is the first time I've seen a GTX gasser. See all the pics from yesterday's Mopar show in Rancho Cordova, California at Mopar Blog!
Not a lot of detail on this one. All we know is that the owner used up one fire extinguisher and then had to sit back and watch his beautiful AAR 'Cuda burn. See the rest of the carnage at Mopar Blog
This cool E-body convertible has been sitting in a shack outside of San Francisco for 35 years! It got parked with just 70,000 miles after the clutch started slipping. Sure there's some rust, but this would be an awesome project if the current owner decides to sell. Tons more pics at Mopar Blog
Found this beauty on Instagram and posted it in our blog last month. Thought I'd share it again here for the Jalopnik crowd. What do you guys think?
The Clash was on a downward spiral in 1984/5 and Joe Strummer went to Spain to get away for a while. During that time he acquired a Dodge 3700 GT, which he later lost in a parking garage in Madrid.