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Tire Shredding Tuesdays: 440ci 1969 Roadrunner Race Car Destroys Tires


This week’s Tire Shredding Tuesday feature takes a look at a wicked 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner powered by a 440 cubic inch Mopar big block as it destroys its tires in a long, smokey, rolling burnout.  As the description explains, this is a drag car so this Roadrunner lacks some unneeded items like headlights and mufflers […] More »

  Comments | By - December 3, 2013

Photo of the Day: The 1969 Blowfish Barracuda


The 2013 SEMA Show will soon be upon us so in picking this week’s featured Photo of the Week, Ive decided to go with a unique looking Barracuda that is one of the fastest Mopars ever.  This car 1969 Plymouth Barracuda is known as the Blowfish and tucked behind that super-aerodynamic custom nose is a […] More »

  Comments | By - October 25, 2013

Cool Thread of the Day: Dodge Neon Owners Mileage Thread


The Dodge Neon was introduced for the 1995 model year production lasted for 10 years before the popular compact was axed in 2005.  With these cars flooding the used car market and quickly becoming a favorite of a car shopper looking for something inexpensive, efficient and reliable, many potential buyers find themselves looking at Neons […] More »

  Comments | By - October 15, 2013

1000 HP 1975 Duster With A Blown 426 Hemi: Jay Leno’s Garage


OK, so it’s not a Dodge, but it’s still a Mopar with a really good story. You’ll have to watch the episode of Jay Leno’s Garage for the full story, but the builder, Paul Annunziata donated it to Jay Leno’s Garage shortly before he passed away from lung cancer. He and Jay knew each other […] More »

  Comments | By - October 1, 2013

Tire Shredding Tuesdays:1968 Plymouth Barracuda Amazing Rolling Smoke Show

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This is one of the most epic rolling burnouts that I’ve seen from a “normal” car and while there isnt much Plymouth Barracuda discussion here on DodgeForum – this remarkable burnout is more than worthy of being featured on Tire Shredding Tuesday. The video starts off with the 1968 Plymouth Barracuda notchback doing what looks […] More »

  Comments | By - September 17, 2013

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