By Patrick Rall
I 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
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.