This next car comes as a tip from Safety Fast who writes: I know this isn’t a (legal) daily driver, and the price is well over the normal cap, but if you’re posting a $65K Ferrari, maybe this legit NASCAR would be interesting as well. This is the kind of car you can build an entire race-themed garage around. Or it can be the crown jewel in your Miller Lite breweriana collection. I hesitate to call this next car a Dodge Charger, because it is as much as Dodge Charger as I am Usain Bolt — sure, enjoy a good run from time to time…but this is no average Charger. Find this 2006 Dodge Charger offered for $60,000 in Santa Rosa, CA via craigslist.
When tipper Cory sent us an email with the subject line; rare G-body- 86 grand prix with funky rear window glass, I instantly knew it was one of those sweet Poncho 2+2 Aerocoupes and there was no way I wasn’t gonna feature it. But the best part is that the car is offered for a reasonable sum of money and looks great in black (this is a repaint from the original silver-black two-tone from the factory). Get one of the 1118 Grand Prix 2+2’s built to homologate an aero nose, bubble glass, and fiberglass trunk lid for NASCAR competition. Find this 1986 Pontiac Grand Prix 2+2 offered for $7,300 in Hellertown, PA via craigslist. Tip from Cory.
If you are going to build a NASCAR replica there are a few key highlights you need to hit. First, you need stickers…lots of ’em. Then you need a big pushrod V8..please no overhead cams or turbocharged V6s…and finally you need to suck fuel through a venturi. I know that NASCAR adapted fuel injection for […]
AMC offers an alternative to the Ford/Chevy/Dodge muscle cars from the late 60s – but its sort of the Battlestar Galactica alternative to Star Wars or Star Trek – there are always a few at a gathering – but you’re never sure if you want to strike up a conversation and you don’t know what […]