If you live with the mopar or no car logo and you need a new flight, you may want to head to South Dakota this weekend.
VanDerBrink Auctions will send dozens of Dodge and Plymouth cars, as well as a few Chevys and Cadillacs, through the block owned by Alan Rietz fanatic Mopar, who passed away late last year.
Lintz Linda’s wife told Old Cars Weekly that many of the vehicles were salvaged by Alan so that she would not end up turning into dirt track racers or entering a demolition runway.
(The driver of the Plymouth race had departed this 1970 is Linda’s daily driver.)
The group is largely composed of muscle cars under the Nixon era under various circumstances, including the rare convertible convertible Plymouth Road used by Linda as a daily driver, and identical numbers for 1970, Dodge Super Pi 440, 6 and 1976 Plymouth Trailduster SUV.
One of these gemstones is the Dodge Super 440 440 440 6 Pack which is said to be a car matching the numbers.
The latest Chrysler Corporation is the Dodge Mirada convertible in 1983 with light red velvet upholstery that looks as bright as the day it came out of the factory floor, but its homogeneous paint was not.
There are also a few Dodge Power Wagons and Rammarshars, and the wreckage of a 1961 Jeep can come handy removing your purchase from a lot.
The unique auction at the Ritz property in Mansfield will take place on June 9th from 9 am.