1967 Dodge Charger 426 Hemi Is a Taste of the Good Old Days
Here’s a secret to finding an all-original vehicle in stellar show-car condition with low miles: find a car that was literally built for and used only at auto shows, like this immaculate 1967 Dodge Charger 426 Hemi.
Last week, I was invited to head out to Arizona to partake in the wonder that is the SRT Experience at Bondurant Racing School. I get to do lots of cool events on and off of the track for my job as an automotive journalist, but nothing has been as much fun as my trip […] More »
The Tuff Truck concept is simple: take an old 4×4 on a course that looks more like it’s been made for a dirt-bike race. But who knew an old Durango would be so game?
Bondurant Racing School recently upgraded their fleet from Chevrolet Corvettes and Camaros to Dodge Vipers in TA2.0 and ACR form along with the Challenger and Charger in Hellcat, SRT 392 and Scat Pack form – all of which I got to drive as part of the SRT Experience this past weekend. My information on the […] More »
The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat has a substantial advantage in both horsepower and torque over the Dodge Viper ACR, but the Viper weighs more than 1,200 pounds less than the brawny muscle car. On a road course, the Viper American Club Racer will easily overcome the Challenger’s power advantage, but what happens when you pit […] More »