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Ten Things You Didn’t Know About The Dukes of Hazzard’s “General Lee”

It may be the most iconic car in TV history, but you almost definitely don’t know everything about the General Lee. For its famous jump – the one in the opening credits – the 1969 Dodge Charger “General Lee” had several hundred pounds of cement in its trunk. Earlier jumps had gone badly because the Charger was too front-heavy.  The jump covered 82 feet and hit a peak of 16 feet. The Dukes of Hazzard ran 147 episodes over 7 seasons and a large number of 1969 Chargers were destroyed…

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MOST EXPENSIVE BARRACUDA IN THE WORLD!

World’s most expensive mopar muscle car 1971 Plymouth Barracuda Hemi Convertible sold on auction for $3.5milion. This 1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible crossed the Mecum Auction block at the CenturyLink Field Event Center in Seattle, WA in front of a packed house.  After 8 minutes of dramatic bidding, this outstanding numbers matching 4-speed example achieved an astounding $3,500,000 selling price. Solidifying itself as the world’s most expensive Mopar and the highest price ever paid for a ’71 Hemi Barracuda Convertible at public auction. Check the video of this amazing auction bellow. Source

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Worlds First Dodge Challenger Hellcat Powertrain On A Pallet! Running Engine And All!

Dodge’s Hellcat Challenger has quickly caught the attention of hotrodders around the world, thanks to its understated styling and, obviously, the 707 horsepower cranked out by the supercharged Hemi engine. And speaking of the supercharged Hemi powerplant, Cleveland Power & Performance has a Hellcat engine available as a crate engine, only it’s more than a crate engine, it’s the entire powertrain, and you can actually crank it up on the crank. Complete from gauge pod to exhaust system, this crate powertrain is ready to fire right there sitting on the…

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13 MUSTANGS THAT NEVER GOT THE GREEN LIGHT TO BE PRODUCED

If you ever ask a person which American car manufacturer he likes the most, one of the most common answers you will get would be Ford. They are one of the most iconic and storied American carmakers. Throughout their lifetime, they have made numerous cars, but if we have to choose the most iconic, it has to be the Ford Mustang. This car is the epitome of the American muscle car, and has been going strong since it was first introduced in 1962. Several generations of this car exist, and…

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How the aerodynamics of the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona compare to a modern Charger Hellcat

In the late 1960s, Dodge wanted to go fast and win races. Its Charger 500 wasn’t cutting it in the NASCAR field, though, so the automaker needed to make a change. You might think some light body changes would do the trick, but you’d be wrong. To turn the Charger into a slippery 200-mph machine, some iconic changes would need to come to fruition. Enter the Charger Daytona. Packing a massive nosecone and a skyscraper-grade rear wing, Dodge had a winning formula on its hands. How much of an aerodynamic…

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From AUSTRALIA to USA – 1300HP Twin Turbo Chevelle Is US Drag Racing NIGHTMARE

During the years we have seen a bunch of insane drag racing beasts, but no one like this here. This 1300HP Twin Turbo Chevelle Is US Drag Racing NIGHTMARE. Don’t think that it’s just about speed as well. Obviously, this vehicle will be able to dish out some serious beatings on the competition after it’s tuned properly, but what sets it apart is the way it looks. Probably you get the picture, so we’ll stop raving about how awesome it looks, and move on to performances. The massive engine under…

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10 Cool And Cheap American Vehicles Excluding Mustangs And Camaros

Believe it or not, there are some cool American cars on the market that isn’t a prancing pony or its Chevy rival. When I say “cheap” in the title, for this post that will mean anything under $10,000 for sale in America. There are some hidden gems out there that can also be had for cheap if you look in the right place… One: Plymouth Duster, The Charger’s Little Brother If you’re the kind of person that complains about classic muscle cars being too heavy, then this is the car…

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Fastest Nitrous Powered Mopar in The World ’69 Dodge Dart’

Chad Branson was guy behind the wheel of Jason Digby’s clean 69 Dodge Dart at the Holly Springs Fall Brawl 3 race back in the October 2014, when they laid down this impressive run of 4.66@153mph. This result making this 69 Dodge Dart the Quickest and Fastest Leaf Spring Mopar Ride on the planet, the Quickest and Fastest Nitrous Powered Mopar in the world! After this impressive run Branson wrote: So proud of the guys that helped me reach my goal this past weekend…to the best of our knowledge 4.66@153mph…

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An Original 1969 PLYMOUTH ROAD RUNNER Commercial, Featuring WILE E. COYOTE!

The Plymouth Road Runner was introduced as part of Plymouth’s revamped intermediate lineup for the 1968 model year. It was essentially a Belvedere two-door sedan fitted with the heavy-duty suspension normally found on cars earmarked for police or taxi duty. The standard engine was Chrysler’s familiar 383 cu. in. (6,276 cc) V8 wearing “Coyote Duster” decals on its air cleaner and borrowing the cylinder heads, camshaft, and intake and exhaust manifolds from Chrysler’s bigger 440 cu. in. (7,206 cc) engine. With single four-barrel carburetor, this combination yielded 335 gross horsepower…

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Is This The World’s Fastest Muscle Car? ’68 Hurst HEMI Dart L023

There are only a few muscle cars that are legendary. The earn that status, the cars needed to have broken new ground, changing the way people from all parties looked at them. The ’68 Hurst HEMI Dodge Dart – code L023 – is said to be the fastest muscle car of all time. Differing greatly from the base Dodge Dart produced for 1968, bare Dart bodies were shipped to the Madison Heights, Michigan, Hurst Performance facility for further outfitting. Arriving void of an engine or transmission, the LO23 models were…

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