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Hellcat 707 Engine in a 1968 Charger “General Mayhem”

The General Mayhem Dodge Charger is powered by a 6.2L supercharger Hellcat Hemi modified simply with a 250 horsepower NOS nitrous oxide setup, but the engine is otherwise stock. First up, General Mayhem was built by the crew of Roadkill. This car was built following a few simple rules, all pointing towards the result remaining as close to the concept of the original Charger as possible. This led to various complications, such as figuring out how to move from the ’15 Charger’s independent rear suspension to the solid setup of…

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THIS RETRO-INSPIRED FIREBIRD CONCEPT IS THE MEANEST THING WE’VE EVER SEEN ON 4 WHEELS

While the ’69 Camaro receives most of the love for the first-generation General Motors F-Body Firebird/Camaro twins, some of us like the ’67-’69 Firebird even better.  Kasim Tlibekov Russian designer Kasim Tlibekov is one such fan, so even though General Motors gave up on Pontiac, and with it, the Firebird, Tlibekov hasn’t forgotten.  Kasim Tlibekov Indeed, after seeing modern updates on competitors like the Mustang, Camaro and Challenger, he fired up his computer to produce a contemporary take on the classic ’60s Firebird, producing this slick black beast.  Kasim Tlibekov More recently, Tlibekov has updated his clean…

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Can’t Make This Up, Folks: A General Lee Clone Crashed Out In Nova Scotia

While there is varying numbers out there, it’s safe to say that a couple hundred 1968 and 1969 Dodge Chargers met their end after they had been painted bright orange and given the number “01” on the doors. Over the course of the filming of “The Dukes of Hazzard”, Chargers would be crashed, jumped to destruction, and later on in the series, rebuilt and thrashed again if it was possible to put the pieces back together. But that’s the way things went back in the day…they were just used Dodges….

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AARON KAUFMAN STARTS A NEW SHOW! CHECK OUT THE ENTIRE EPISODE HERE!

The LowLife Show is back with Episode 2, this one hosted by Aaron Kauffman of Arclight Fab. The LowLife crew has a lot of ground to cover in this episode, starting out in Aaron’s home state of Texas with a look back at Lone Star Throwdown, or LST, a huge truck show in Conroe. The LowLIfe crew had joined Aaron at Gas Monkey Garage to help with the build in preparation for the show, turning the truck around in just a few short weeks. Once it was ready, they loaded it…

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The Four-Door Plymouth Barracuda Prototype Is Finished! Check Out What The Factory Never Showed To The Public!

We’ve been tracking the progress on the four-door Plymouth Barracuda prototype re-creation that ECS Automotive Concepts and company president David Walden has been working on for a couple of years now, simply because it’s one of the most interesting builds we’ve heard about in a bit. Based on the eyewitness accounts of a former Chrysler employee who saw the factory-built four-door concept on a loading dock at the Auburn Hills campus in late 1969, where it sat for a couple of days before receiving a thumbs-down and a one-way trip…

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Someone restomodded a 1969 Dodge Charger to Hellcat status

The Hellcat family has power-loving Mopar fans drooling. At the heart of it all lies that mighty 6.2-liter supercharged V-8 engine that brings tremendous noise and 707 horsepower along with it. The modern cars are also packed with tech and comfort features, but they don’t have quite as much classically cool style as the original Mopar muscle machines. A company in Ohio aims to fix that. Cleveland Power & Performance is building a muscle mash up of its own. In one corner you have a low-mileage 2016 Dodge Challenger SRT…

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Kids Surprise Mom And Dad With Their 1st Car, Restored 1973 Pontiac Lemans

For some, a car is nothing more than a method of transportation, but for others, like us, it’s a lot more than just that. A car is a part of who we are, an extension of everything that we’re made of. This video uploader’s dad’s first car was a 1973 Pontiac Lemans, but like most will find, their first car manages to get lost somewhere along the way thanks to the twists and turns that life throws at us. For a little bit of a surprise for his parent’s the…

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Watch the Press Conference Where the Dodge Viper Was Confirmed for Production

Hindsight gives us a very interesting lens to view past events through. This 1990 press conference where former Chrysler boss Lee Iacocca confirms the Dodge Viper for production is a perfect example. With the Viper’s ultimate end in sight, this proves to be a fascinating watch today. I came across this video in a The Truth About Carsreport that cites our story on how the Viper brand was nearly bought by an investor group in 2008 (which itself cites a TTACpost). The video is hosted on the excellent King Rose Archives YouTube channel, which has brought us some Mopar-related…

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Amazing Muscle Car Era Factory Assembly Lines

We all admire the glorious and beautiful cars from the famous ’60s and early ’70s era where the muscle car was at its peak. Yeah, some lucky of us even own them now. However, nevertheless there is no man who like them or not, will not be delighted or at least with a dose of nostalgia to remember that period – a golden period of muscle car and american cars overall. Many will even comment that those were good times and perfect cars, and what’s driving now is just a faint copy…

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Detroit’s Incredible Hidden Car Collection

There have been many stories and rumors about a massive collection of priceless classic cars hiding in the heart of Motown. Well our buddies over at BoldRide just uncovered the truth about this hoard of classics and it is more incredible than the rumors! Apparently this secret warehouse is owned and run by the Detroit Historical Society and houses some of the rarest American cars ever built. Special thanks to Jim S for letting us know about this story! The people of Detroit own a unique collection of historic automobiles. Donated over…

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