The 1974 Datsun 260Z was an evolution of the original 240Z that was first released in 1970 but it was only a one-year affair before it was replaced by the 280Z in 1975. The difference between a 240Z and a 260Z is hard to see from the outside unless you’ve replaced the 2.6 liter inline-6 […]
After a 20 year hiatus from the Chrysler lineup, the Charger name was brought back to Dodge on a vehicle that had more in common with the previous generation Mercedes-Benz E-Class than it did with anything from the Dodge stable — 2006 was, after all, at the height of the unholy Daimler Chrysler alliance. Power might have come from an American HEMI V8, but the transmission options were limited to various slushbox autos from the Mercedes-Benz supply chain and if you wanted to row your own with a HEMI, you needed to downsize to a Challenger. However, todays next car has a 6-speed Tremec and 6.1 liter HEMI V8 from an 09 Challenger shoved into the 4-door Charger body, so you’ll have the only manual transmission Charger on your block. Find this 2006 Dodge Charger SRT8 offered for $13,000 in Queens, NY via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
I was, of course, bummed when I heard that the Crown Vic Police Interceptor was going to be retired from fleet use (this was a few years ago). First is that it’s iconic silhouette was easy to spot compared to the various sedans and SUVs (that are used to issue fines to the unaware for […]
The Dodge Magnum name was originally applied to a two-door B-body coupe way back in the 1970s, but was resurrected in 2004 on the 5-door variant of the Chrysler 300/Dodge Charger. You could get a basic Magnum with a V6 or optional V8, but the real lunatics ponied up big bucks for the SRT-8 version. […]
This next seller submission came with its own song…which is an instant way to make DT readers (and writers) happy!! Find this 2006 Chrysler 300C Hemi offered for $7,199 in Rhode Island via craigslist. Seller submission from Gabriel. Car dreams are made of these Who am I to disagree? You can travel the world In […]