Member Rides

Barracuda Rides

RDF (1973)
This is a 1973 Plymouth Cuda that originally had a 318 but now has a 360 in it and is an automatic. I bought it from a member in VA a couple of weeks ago and have been thrilled with Read More
Type: Cuda
Member Since: May 01, 2006
Location: Orlando, FL
jvike (1970)
The car is a 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, orignally a 318, now a 340. It has a 727 Torqueflight and a 8-3/4 rearend. I bought it from a contact in Seattle, WA. in early 2005. It had Oregon plates and title. Read More
Type: Cuda
Member Since: May 28, 2005
Location: Mosj√łen, Norway
zerfetzen (1974)
1974 Plymouth Barracuda Motor: Unbored '68 440, 9.8 compression, Comp cam (0.545 lift, 285/297 dur.), Holley 750 dp carb, Edelbrock Victor intake, Hooker headers, MSD 6AL ignition system Transmission: TF-727A, B&M manual valve body, B&M shifter w/rev lockout, B&M Super Read More
Type: Cuda
Member Since: January 12, 2006
Location: Farmington, CT
Oldschool (1969)
The Beast: 1969 Hemi Cuda SS/AA recreation 528 CI HEMI with 776 HP & 703 lb/ft Torque--on pump gas 3800 Stall Converter into modded 727 Dana 69 4:10 ratio---Strange spool and axles This car is a bona-fide low 10 second Read More
Type: Cuda
Member Since: October 31, 2005
Location: Marietta, GA
jleilich (1970)
The car is a 1970 'Cuda (BS23N) originally a 383 4bbl is now a 440. I bought the car in Hawaii when I was stationed there back in 1998. It was painted with this AAR scheme that I liked and Read More
Type: Cuda
Member Since: October 15, 2003
Location: Maryland

Challenger Rides

MEK-Dangerfield (1970)
This car started life as a "base" model 1970 Dodge Challenger, with a 383, and wearing plumb crazy purple. By the time I bought it, it was no longer numbers matching, so I took liberties and made this the best Read More
Type: Challenger
Member Since: January 25, 2002
Location: Glen Burnie, Maryland
Rare_T_A (1970)
After finding this T/A we spent 3 years restoring it. The is an all numbers matching car, except for the transmission. Since then we have enjoyed showing it as well as cruising. The car has been it a Muscle Car Read More
Type: Challenger T/A
Member Since: May 10, 2002
Location: Fargo, ND
StrOkEr (1972)
My 72 Challenger started life as a little ol 318 and has been completely upgraded to a Ray Barton 500 CID Stroker motor! Started with a bare block and all new parts were given to her.. The car has been Read More
Type: Challenger
Member Since: January 14, 2004
Location: Pennsylvania
70challengerrt (1970)
I purchased it in august of 2005 and had it on the road spring of 2006. The car was completly rust free. It also is an u code R/T four speed car. The guy I purchased the car from had Read More
Type: Challenger
Member Since: February 12, 2006
Location: Green Bay Wisconsin
scf100 (1970)
I bought this car in Jan 2006 and its identical to the one I had in high school in 1977. The only difference is this one is Top Banana Yellow and my old one was white. This car unfortunately had Read More
Type: Challenger R/T SE
Member Since: January 25, 2006
Location: Georgia

Classic Mopar Muscle Cars

js27 (1967)
1967 Plymouth GTX, 440-Auto--3:23 sure grip. Restored to original numbers matching and date coding thru out. Color is 881 Blue Metallic with Black Interior. Owned since 1992.
Type: Plymouth GTX
Member Since: March 24, 2002
Location: South Carolina
6PKRTSE (1970)
Here is my 1970 Charger R/T S.E. 440 sixpack car. It is loaded with almost every option except a sun roof. A/C, cruise control, power brakes, power steering, power windows, power antenna, trunk release and am/8-track radio.
Type: Dodge Charger R/T
Member Since: May 28, 2002
Location: Motor City
69ChargerRT (1969)
Owning this car car has been my dream come true. Ever since I started watching the Dukes of Hazzard way back when I knew I wanted a Dodge Charger. Some 15 years l finally was able to purchase one. Oringal Read More
Type: Dodge Charger R/T
Member Since: The Beginning
Location: Los Angeles