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    1969 440sp clone.jpgI was recently flipping through the virtual pages of Collector
    Car Nation, a new addition to the company that oversees DodgeForum.com, and I
    thought that I would put together a short list of some of the wicked Dodge cars
    on the site.  Collector Car Nation has a
    spread of cars – new and old – with the various vehicles broken down by brand
    which is ideal for someone shopping for a new (old) car.

    Here are links to just a few of the Dodge cars on Collector
    Car Nation:

    The odds are good that if you are on DodgeForum you have seen and loved the
    Stephen King automotive thriller Christine. 
    This 1957 Dodge 2 door hardtop looks like Christine but it packs a major
    punch thanks to a 60 over 440.

    I love the vintage days of drag racing and the 1963 Dodge 330
    2-door is still a staple front runner in nostalgia racing classes around the
    country.  This ’63 330 packs a 528 cubic
    inch Hemi with a gorgeous red and white scheme – inside and out.

    You know that I had to feature a Demon and with a price of
    $15,500, this original 1972 Demon 340 is an all-original version of one of
    Dodge’s last low-buck go-fast cars of the muscle car era.

    While it is sometimes questionable to buy someone else’s
    project, this 1971 Challenger R/T comes powered by a nitrous-injected 30 over 318
    and a 340 short block – allowing you to either stick with that original 318
    build or go a route of your own with the 340. 
    In any case, it looks like a nice straight 71 Challenger R/T.

    Last and certainly not least is a 1969 Dodge Super Bee 440
    Six Pack.
      These cars can fetch six
    figure prices in the right venue but Collector Car Nation has this gorgeous
    clone for under $25,000.  It packs all of
    the performance and attitude of the original factory built 440 Six Pack cars
    minus that big price tag.

     
     
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