By bigerHotRodHotline is a veritable treasure trove of bitchin’ Pentastar gems up for sale. A quick browse around the site yielded a number of Chrysler products we certainly wouldn’t mind seeing in our dream garage. Hit the jump to check them out.
First up is this factory-fresh, one-owner ’71 Challenger R/T clone in Halloween-inspired livery. In addition to the revvy, solid lifter 340 4-bbl V8 under the hood, the burly wood grained pistol grip shifter and its 4-speed gearbox are certainly a welcome sight. Halloween Special ’71 340/4-speed Challenger >>
Next we have a bit of a sleeper street machine–if you could ever call a big block Road Runner a sleeper. The original 400 block from this clean ’72 has been ditched in favor of a built aftermarket piece, which has been bored and stroked to 500 cubes, and includes Weisco forged pistons, Edelbrock aluminum heads, and TTI headers. The owner says this combination is good for over 650 naturally-aspirated horsepower, and we see no reason to doubt that claim. 650hp ’72 Road Runner 4-speed >>
For those of you looking for pure straight-line adrenaline, we found this 660hp, blown AAR ‘Cuda clone. Built to run on E-85 and sporting a 6-speed automatic transmission, the owner states that this Plymouth is “not for the weak hearted.”
660HP blown AAR clone, 6-speed-auto >>
And don’t think we’ve neglected you pro touring types out there, either. Feast your eyes on this absolutely brutal ’68 Charger. While aesthetically built to the owner’s taste, the numbers associated with this beast are unquestionably universal: Keith Black 572 cubic inch Hemi producing 800hp, Liberty 4-speed trans hooked to a Dana 60 rear, 4-wheel Wildwood disc brakes, and a 6-point roll cage. Top it off with carbon fiber accents, sizable aftermarket rubber, and some side pipes and you have yourself a very serious street machine. ’68 Charger, 572 crate hemi, 4-speed, Wildwoods >>