This next car advertisement comes with the exclamation “THE SUPER SAMMY” in the title, and my brain first went to thoughts of salami, pepperoni, mortadella, and mozzarella surrounded by a hard roll…but this next thing is not edible, but it will put a smile on your face because it has a 440 cubic inch Dodge V8 and a gigantic fuel cell in the back seat. Find this 1986 Suzuki Samurai offered for $2900 in Oceanside, CA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
In 1965 the Coronet name was revived for use on a Dodge product, this time an intermediate sized sedan that immediately became the highest volume Dodge from a sales perspective. This fifth generation Dodge Coronet was built on a shared intermediate sized platform with the Plymouth Belvedere/Savoy/GTX/Road Runner and Dodge Charger from 1965 through 1970…and […]
This next car comes from tipper JB1025 who writes: Very sanitary, nice AMC little wagon don’t see this nice very often. Yup, you sure don’t seem them like this…and I suspect this car is a labor of love and not a cheap build. Find this 1969 AMC Rambler 440 Wagon offered for $14000 in Phoenix, AZ via […]
Some cars are all hat and no horse, but today’s Plymouth is packing heat (literally no AC car here). This Fury III has been fitted with the enthusiast’s buffet: 440 big block, loud exhaust, B&M ratchet, and posi rear end. Domestic sedans do not command big resale dollars so you can save up for for […]
In 1965 the Coronet name (retired from the full sized platform in 1959) was revived for the mid-sized B-body platform (shared with Plymouth Belvedere, Savoy, GTX, Road Runner and Dodge Charger). The Coronet R/T was the model to get in 1967 as it was powered by a tweaked version of the 440 cubic inch Magnum […]