Me and my dad see my dad's old car for the first time in 20 years.
He sold the car over 20+ years ago when he was an alcoholic. Said he probably would have died in it. This is the first time he saw it since he sold it over 20+ years ago. The car does look in relative good shape, we have no idea what has been done with the car over the past 20 years. It obviously wasn't sitting there for 20 years and nobody claims it to be. Pay attention, people. 1964 Buick Rivera. 425 Wildcat V8 w/ 427 horsepower.
Dodge Army Truck First Run WWII 1940
First start and run of Dodge VF-402 1.5 ton Army dump truck; hasn't run in probably 15-20 years (judging by condition of cloth-covered spark plug wires). New battery and tune-up, oil changed. No ether. Ran good but couldn't drive due to gas pedal broken. No, I didn't get it running before shooting the vid!
72 Challenger First Start 383 Stroker
My dad is building himself a nice 72 Challenger. This is the first start after putting the motor back in post build. I am still pretty bad at editing so please forgive.
Start up of my Dodge Challenger 1972
My -72 challenger as it was when i bought it.
360, 4 barrel, holley 750, Edelbrock performer RPM.
Have done some work on it like putting on a Magnaflow Exhaust but stil lots of work left. I'm going to start the restoration of the body during this winter.
69 Dodge Charger 383 fly-by
after owning it for 10 years my 1969 Dodge Charger is on the road.Still working the bugs out but listen to that 383 Magnum.It's backed by a 727 Torque Flight automatic and a 3.23 Sure Grip.
132646 / 1966 Dodge Charger
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This bargain priced 1966 double black Charger is a freshly restored big block, 4-speed street warrior that will get a ton of respect and appreciation anywhere you show it and provide endless entertainment behind the wheel!
The beneficiary of a frame off restoration that was completed just last year, this fully detailed 1966 Charger's refurbished panels and brand new all-business black paint are as crisp as a fall morning at the local drag strip. During the extensive restoration, correct Chrysler code B Black was laid down over an exceptionally straight body that includes new high quality quarter panels and front fenders. Once the deep basecoat/clearcoat paint was dry and buffed to a glossy mirror-like shine, the cars original and surprisingly straight stainless trim was buffed to an excellent shine and reinstalled in its rightful place. The result is one spectacular show and go piece that is so much fun to drive and show off, you'll almost feel guilty.
Lift this Charger's black hood and you'll find a correct 383 cubic inch warranty block that was fully rebuilt during the cars restoration. At the top of the motor, a satin black air cleaner with a correct Mopar decal sends air into a Carter Competition Series carburetor that's fueled through stainless fuel lines. Below that carburetor, the big block engine wears a fresh coat of correct Chrysler turquoise and a new coil and distributor shoot fire to the cylinders through fresh Mopar wires. At the sides of the block, factory replacement Exhaust manifolds send spent gases into a throaty dual Exhaust system, and in front of the block there's a fresh 26 inch radiator with a factory clutch fan. The correct Chrysler code B Black engine bay is exceptionally clean and has been nicely detailed with new Mopar V-belts, correct hoses and clamps, a reproduction Mopar battery, and a fresh washer fluid container. This is definitely an engine compartment you'll want to show off every time you park the car.
Behind that legendary Chrysler engine you'll find an A833 4-speed manual transmission that sends power to a familiar 8.75 inch rear end. Holding that super reliable drivetrain in place is a correct front torsion bar and rear leaf suspension that benefited from a slew of new parts and hardware during the restoration. At the corners of that suspension, correct four wheel drum brakes provide firm stopping, and at the front of that suspension, factory correct power steering helps make turning easier and more precise. Exhaust is handled by an aluminized true dual system that provides an aggressive tone, but isn't overbearing, there are fresh bushings all around, and new stainless fuel and brake lines run from both a new fuel tank and a new brake reservoir. At the corners, a cool set of 14 inch Hurst wheels that wear excellent 235/60 BF Goodrich T/A performance radials.
The best part of first generation Chargers is their spectacular cockpits; just look at that excellent full length console in this cars correct P4X interior! Not only does it appear to be ripped straight out of a Chrysler show car, it creates a super rare four bucket sedan layout that makes you instantly think of luxury cars. At the front of the console a continuous motion clock sits at the base of the cars 4-speed shifter and at the rear of the console a folding arm rest provides added cargo room. At the sides of the console, great looking light stitched seats wear reproduction covers in the front and original covers in the back. Below the console, new black carpet shows no sign of wear or usage, and above the seats, a fresh headliner sits holds light stitched sun visors. In front of the driver, electroluminescent gauges that were WAY ahead of their time include a standard tachometer and the correct wood rimmed steering wheel perfectly complements the cars silver trim. At the sides of the seats, new silver trimmed Charger exclusive door panels feature new chrome bits, correct "Charger" emblems and switches for the cars power windows.
The black ones always go the quickest and I don't expect this correct black on black '66 383 car will prove an exception to that rule; especially when you consider its incredible $40K price tag.
Lots of Fastback Chargers on the Road!!
40th Anniversary of the Dodge Charger. 1966-67 Charger reunion. Cruising around in Marc's car with other fastback owners. June 9th, 2006 outside Detroit, Michigan.