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132399 / 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona

For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/c32lvl4 Here is a crown jewel of any collection: A restored, clean, numbers matching, all original sheetmetal Dodge Charger Daytona. A product of the 1960's, the Daytona stands head and shoulders up on nearly every other car built in its time in stature, looks and desirability. Outside you'll find V2 Hemi Orange Poly in its correct shade, laid down expertly and rubbed out to a glass smooth finish. Like many other Chrysler colors, there's a luminescent quality thanks to very fine gold metal flake throughout, and it's dazzling. Inferior paint jobs and older restorations are more often dull and without the gold glow, and the difference is amazing. The white stripe on the tail, and the correct, original road wheels and Goodyear redlines give the car a very classy, sleek and unified look. The interior has a nice mix of new reproduction and original parts. New Legendary seat covers on the rebuilt seats, a new headliner and new carpeting augment the original, un-cracked dash pad and excellent original door pads and panels. New sill plates add shine along with new door handles and re-chromed armrest bases. The original center console shifter wears a fluted shift knob, the gauges were refaced, while new dash bezels run from one end to the other. We added a very cool restored wood grain sport steering wheel as a finishing touch. All switches and buttons work as they should, and the car's a pleasure to drive with the smooth, light power steering and reassuring brakes working with the high torque mill up front. The trunk floor is original and clean, and is covered by a new mat. Look underneath to find floor pans that were completely stripped and painted black during the restoration, along with new Exhaust, fuel and brake systems. This is a car which drives as well as it looks. The engine sits in a restored bay with all of its original parts, as well as all new mechanicals and other wear items. That's the original wiper motor, air cleaner, carburetor, Exhaust manifolds and more. There's a reproduction battery, new wire set, new reproduction heater and radiator hoses along with the original radiator and new battery cables. There's an electronic ignition system and a reproduction ballast resistor on the firewall connected to a reproduction engine wiring harness. The car starts and runs better than new, shifts well and tracks straight. In the collector car market the Daytona needs no introduction: It's the millionaire playboy in the center of attention. It's the platinum bar on top of a pile of tarnished silver coins. Few cars are as popular as they are polarizing, and that simply adds to the car's cache. Beautiful in execution, numbers matching, original sheet metal, fully inspected, Galen documented and running flawlessly this car is a topper in nearly any collection on earth.


 


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2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray vs. 2015 Dodge Challenger Review Comparison Review Comfort As far as headroom and legroom go, there's not much difference between the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and the Dodge Challenger in the front seats. Convenience With the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray you will definitely be making fewer stops at the gas station than with the Dodge Challenger, due to its larger tank size and better fuel economy. Cost There are a lot of factors to consider when calculating the overall cost of a vehicle. The main consideration is Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP). The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray will definitely make more of a dent in your wallet than the Dodge Challenger, which has a much lower MSRP. Another consideration is the Destination Charge, which is a standard charge for transporting the vehicle to the dealer from where it's built. The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray and the Dodge Challenger have similar Destination Charges. Dimensions Since the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray is much slimmer than the Dodge Challenger, it'll be much easier to find a wide enough space in a crowded parking lot. If you go with the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray, you'll have a much easier time finding a large enough space to park than you will with the Dodge Challenger. Drivetrain With its lower torque, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray doesn't do as good a job transmitting power to its wheels as the Dodge Challenger. Performance The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray has less horsepower than the Dodge Challenger, so it will probably be somewhat slower. Utility Those who have to chauffeur around a lot of people should beware, the Chevrolet Corvette Stingray seats a lot fewer people than the Dodge Challenger. Warranty The Chevrolet Corvette Stingray comes with essentially the same basic warranty as the Dodge Challenger.





1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird
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132786 / 1968 Chevrolet Chevelle 300
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/d2lrkbw After a $75K restoration, this 1968 Chevelle 300 received 147 out of 150 points at the 22nd Annual Mid-Atlantic Chevelle Show/ACES Northeast Regional and took home the 2010 Directors Choice Award. This unassuming 1968 Chevelle 300 sedan wears an all original California body under a cool coat of Island Teal and correct gloss black paint. During an extensive 2010 nut and bolt restoration the car was completely disassembled, placed on a rotisserie to ensure maximum straightness, and expertly detailed to provide a show winning body which displays better than factory panel alignment throughout. Once the body was fully prepped, layers of Island Teal and gloss black paint were applied between extensive color sandings and topped with a thick clearcoat that has been thoroughly wet sanded and buffed to the excellent shine you see today. Glance under this Chevelles mirror-slick teal hood and niceties like GM Performance Parts aluminum heads, a modern HEI distributor and red GM Performance Parts plug wires begin to unravel the cars biggest secret; you're actually looking at a 502 cubic inch GM Performance Parts crate motor which creates 9.6 to 1 compression, and makes 502 horsepower and 567 lb./ft. of torque! At the top of the motor a chrome air filter which is topped by a pristine 427 turbo-Jet decal, feeds air into an 850 Holley carburetor which receives fuel from a high performance electronic fuel pump. That air/fuel mixture then travels into a CNC port matched dual plane aluminum intake which sits between GMPP aluminum heads that are fitted with 110cc combustion chambers, stainless steel valves and stamped steel rocker arms. Once inside the block, the mixture is compressed by forged aluminum pistons that are connected to forged steel and shot-peed rods which are spun by a forged steel crank. The resulting gases are then sent through fully restored cast iron Exhaust manifolds with the help of a hydraulic roller cam and GMPP Dyno tuned induction and ignition. What good would a killer big block be without a great chassis and suspension to back it up? Behind the thundering 502, a tough M21 Muncie 4-speed transmission sends power to a tried and true GM 12 bolt Posi-traction rear end with stout 3.55 gears. That strip-ready drivetrain is held in by a correctly rebuilt suspension which features correct spiral shocks, correct power brakes and correct manual steering for that raw, vintage street racer feel. The bottom of this Chevelle has been over-restored to the same high standards as its exterior panels and engine compartment. Accordingly, the frame was sanded and completely repainted, the floors were layered in the same glossy Island Teal as the exterior, and a slew of correct chalk marks and correct stickers adorn the components from front to back. To complete the look, date-code correct 14 inch steel wheels were fully detailed in Island Teal basecoat/clearcoat and wear a pristine set of dog dish hubcaps inside of authentic looking G70 Firestone redline tires. During restoration, this Chevelle 300 was equipped with a great looking NOS black interior that, despite being sparse by even 60s standards, is comfortable and well designed. The vinyl bench seats are in excellent shape and show little to no signs of wear, and the upper dash exhibits no fading or warping. In the middle of the dash, you'll find a NOS AM radio, and below the dash, a durable rubber mat frames a black and chrome Muncie shifter. The striped Chevelle 300 door panels are free of nicks and feature bright chrome handles for the doors and windows, and correct armrests for the front seat passengers. At the top of the car, a tight, fade-free headliner frames a functioning dome light, and in front of the driver, a retro-fitted GM rally wheel features a bright wood rim, spotless satin spokes and a bright, colorful horn button. In the cars fully restored trunk, you'll find a correct mat, correct decklid decals and fifth fully restored Island Teal wheel that's complete with a fifth Firestone redline tire. If you're in the market for a unique muscle car with an unbeatable combination of style and performance, this '68 300 is your car. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!





132774 / 2008 Ford Mustang 427R
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/czgvjbj This brash 2008 Roush Mustang 427R is the ultimate embodiment of decades of racing knowledge packed into an unapologetic, street-legal weapon! Officially tagged as 08-467 by its dash plaque, this Mustang is car number 467 of only 679 2008 427R coupes built by Roush Performance. Fully optioned from Ford and upfitted for even more show and go at Roush Performance, this 427R is one of only 108 Torch Red 427Rs produced in 2008, one of only 89 Torch Red 2008 427Rs to be equipped with a 5-speed manual transmission and one of only 19 Torch Red 427R 5-speeds to wear Matte Black decals. The body is 100% straight with no history of accidents or damage of any kind, and a close look down the fuselage reveals not so much as a dent or ding anywhere. Roush's high quality paint and bodywork blend invisibly with the cars tight and glossy factory panels; and overall, this Mustang conveys a premium sense of collectability that, when combined with its spectacular performance, creates a timeless modern classic. Created as a turnkey package for enthusiasts who want a reliably engineered Mustang which unlocks the full performance potential of Fords 4.6 liter V8, the 427R utilizes an intercooled Supercharger to crank out 435 horsepower and 400 lb./ft. of torque. Roush's patented "Roushcharger" is an Eaton style blower that sits atop the engine and exhales through an air-to-liquid Intercooler that helps manage on-track temperatures. In front of the blower, you'll find a custom Roush air induction system and below the blower you'll find a custom Roush Performance intake manifold. Despite Fords 4.6 liter being a very strong engine as is, a few upgrades were implemented to deal with the rigors of racing including a beefier cooling system, a recalibrated ECM and a Roush Performance strut tower brace that reinforces the front end and improves steering precision. On the radiator support you'll find a Roush Performance badge that lists the cars power output and verifies that this is number 8 out of 467 427R Mustangs built. And on the passenger's side inner fender you'll find a satin metal plate with the signature of the guy who assembled the car. The D2C platform is a very capable foundation which, with the added power from Roush Performance, makes this track ready Mustang a true force to be reckoned with. Behind the engine, a factory 5-speed manual drives a rugged Ford 8.8-inch rear end which houses a Detroit TrueTrac differential with road course appropriate 3.55 gears. That stout drivetrain combines with a Roush tuned front strut and three link rear suspension to give the car long legs at the big end and good power out of the corners. Braking is handled by factory equipped front and rear discs that are aided by Fords standard anti-lock system; and the cars killer Exhaust note is provided by custom stainless steel catbacks which are exclusive to Roush vehicles. At the corners, fantastic looking chrome Roush Performance 18 inch forged alloy wheels are secured by chrome lug nuts and wear super sticky 275/40 Cooper Zeon 2XS radials. Inside the cockpit of this super cool Mustang, Roush Performance implemented subtle but tasteful upgrades which are immediately noticeable from both an appearance and performance standpoint. The seats are amazing looking black buckets which feature red stitching and bright red center pieces with black Jack Roush signatures. In front of the driver, custom Roush Performance gauges feature Jack Roush's signature below white readouts that are lit in red. Beside the driver, a Roush branded short throw shifter features a black cue ball style Roush shift knob, and blends perfectly into the center console. At the floor, Roush Performance pedals hang over like-new black carpet which is protected by spotless factory floor mats and bordered by satin finish Roush sill plates. And behind the cockpit, the trunk is still in its completed factory state and looks as good as the day the car was assembled. If you're one of those guys who likes to go tear up some pavement on the weekends, this Roush Mustang was built for you! Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!





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2012 Dodge Charger RT Max Start Up, Exhaust, Test Drive and In Depth Review
Hello and welcome to Saabkyle04! YouTube's largest collection of automotive variety! In today's video, we'll take an up close and personal, in depth look at the 2012 Dodge Charger RT Max MSRP pricing (before options) for the Charger starts at: SE: $25,595 SXT: $28,595 RT: $29,995 SRT-8/Superbee: $41,625/$45,925 During this presentation, we will take a 1st person look at what the vehicle is all about beginning with the start up, performance data, fuel economy, the occasional track data, and build quality. Also, I will teach you how to use most of the interior and exterior features in a detailed fashion, that before, you could only get from going to a dealership yourself! Throughout the video, I will highlight key styling and unique differences about the vehicle, any available options, and of course it would not be an enthusiast car video without the good ole engine portion with rev and Exhaust note with interior and exterior perspectives. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CHANNEL SEE BELOW: In this channel you will find in depth educational videos of automobiles from all over the world, presented in a more detailed fashion than ever before. Basically, this gives the viewer the chance to view the most detailed 1st person look you can get without going to an actual dealer yourself! Every video is consistent in the way I present so viewers know what to expect in my presentations. I treat every vehicle with the same respect whether a 1960 Chevrolet Impala SS or the 2012 Lamborghini Aventador. I film all types of vehicles from past, present, and future while broadening the knowledge of the automotive enthusiast. You will see everything from vintage, brand new, exotic, mainstream, old, etc. I am very proud of this channel and have built it up from amateur videos years ago to what you see today. I wanted to share my love for the automotive world with the rest of the world. Be sure to explore the massive video variety, have fun and enjoy The Driver's Seat of YouTube! Also, check out my new website http://www.saabkyle04.com for more details about me, the channel, and what Saabkyle04 is all about! FIND ME ON THE OFFICIAL SAABKYLE04 FACEBOOK PAGE FOR CONTINUOUS UPDATES ON WHAT'S TO COME AND INTERACTING WITH OTHER FANS! http://www.facebook.com/pages/saabkyle04/315743567772





132796 / 1933 Ford 3-Window
For more information on this vehicle visit http://tinyurl.com/bneasdr If you're looking for a fully sorted show stopper which is sure to make you the star of any major event you attend, this killer '33 Ford is your kind of car! This hot Fords smooth and solid lightweight body began life at N&N Fiberglass where it was steel reinforced, hand laminated, completely cured and fully assembled to ensure quality that is consistent with steel. Once the body arrived at its build destination, it was chopped, channeled, covered in a coat of spectacular PPG Kandy Kolor Orange Glow over Sterling Silver paint and detailed with bright orange pin stripes for a completely custom appearance. Under the steel hood of this killer '33 Ford you'll find a fresh and fit Southern Performance Systems 468 cubic inch V8 which features a complete matching Comp Cams valvetrain that centers on a Comp Cams 580 lift hydraulic roller cam. At the top of the body-matched engine, a polished Hilborn carburetor scoop shoots air into two chrome Holley 650 4-barrels that are fed by polished stainless fuel lines. Below those carburetors, polished carburetor bases ride on a 6-71 Mooneyham blower that fits perfectly between custom chrome plated "High Boy" branded valve covers and a polished Weiand blower intake. At the back of the intake, a Haywire wiring harness utilizes a carbon fiber dressed coil, a new Mallory distributor and new Taylor plug wires to sequentially fire the cylinders; and at the sides of the intake, aluminum cylinder heads utilize anodized aluminum roller rockers, new keepers, new roller lifters, and Beehive springs and pushrods to turn raw elements into power. At the front of the motor, a fresh V-belt spins Big Al's polished pulleys, a Tuff Stuff chrome alternator and fresh chrome water pump which sits on a slick polished bracket; and at the sides of the motor, ceramic coated Sanderson Limefire Headers bark a tune through Car Chemistry internal baffles. Behind that immaculate 468 cubic inch engine you'll find a completely rebuilt GM turbo-Hydramatic 350 3-speed automatic transmission that's been equipped with a shift kit, a 10 inch 2,500 RPM stall converter, an aluminum finned cooler and a polished and finned aluminum pan. That body-matched and fully detailed transmission sends power to a chrome plated Winters Quick Change rear end with pavement pounding 4.10 gears which move a professionally built pro stock frame that features a pinched and bobbed front end. Holding that frame off the ground is a chrome plated Pete and Jakes front suspension which features a polished Maval Unisteer steering rack, and a polished four link rear suspension which has been equipped with a panhard bar and Aldan Eagle chrome coil overs. Braking is handled by a four wheel Wilwood system that utilizes polished calipers to clamp cross drilled rotors, and the frame hides all new stainless lines which cycle both fuel and brake fluid. Power flows to the pavement through a sweet set of 15 inch front and 17 inch rear American Racing Salt Flat Specials which wear black inlayed knock offs inside of P155/80 BF Goodrich front and 31x16 50r17 Hoosier rear radials. Inside this '33 Ford you'll find a great looking Tan ultra-leather interior which is both classy and fun. The contoured and pleated Wise Guys bench seat is firm, provides good support and looks fantastic. At the sides of the seat, pleated door panels flow into the cars custom covered firewall and hang substantial custom arm rests below slick billet aluminum door handles and body-matched door frames. Below the seat, upscale carpet anchors chrome pedals and provides the foundation for a custom console which features a polished Lokar shifter with a bad ass flaming dice shift knob, concealed controls for the cars power windows and ignition, and an AM/FM/XM Pioneer CD player which sends power through a hidden amplifier and four hidden speakers. In front of the driver, the cars body-matched and Orange pin striped dash centers a full array of Classic Instruments gauges inside of a great looking Lokar polished gauge bezel, and a polished aluminum Billet Specialties steering wheel sits on a polished Flaming River tilt steering column. This 1933 Ford is the perfect car for anyone who wants a top-notch build without spending two years and six figures achieving it. Call, click or visit http://RKMotorsCharlotte.com for more information on this awesome car!





Fast & Furious 6 Cars: Vin Diesel's - Dominic Toretto 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona.
Fast & Furious 6 Cars: Vin Diesel's - Dominic Toretto 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. Visit: http://classiccarpictures.us/ The Daytona was an aerodynamically enhanced version of the Charger built to compete on such high-speed superspeedways as Talladega and, yes, Daytona. Those enhancements consisted of a longer, sharklike nose, blisters on the top of the front fenders to allow the car to settle down over its tires, a flush-mounted rear window in place of the regular Charger's tunneled backlight and, of course, the tall rear wing to generate downforce in the clean air up there. Keep in mind that a production as large as Fast & Furious 6 needs multiple examples of every onscreen car to keep filming no matter what the contingency. And particular cars need to be built in particular ways to deal with particular stunts or appearances. So this isn't about just one Daytona, but seven built to portray Toretto's fictional machine. Three survived filming. The Non-Daytona Daytona With its extremely long nose and ridiculously high rear wing, an original 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona would be ill suited to cinematic stunt work, and at more than six figures for a good example, way too expensive. So picture car coordinator Dennis McCarthy built a variation on the Daytona with a slightly shorter nose, a slightly less elevated rear wing and slammed it over a set of custom-made 18-inch wheels wearing 275/40R18 and 315/40R18 Nitto tires. In fact, the entire front clip of Toretto's Daytona is one piece of fiberglass fabricated at McCarthy's. Compared to a production '69 Daytona, the Toretto Daytona's nose is almost 12 inches shorter overall and somewhat taller in profile. And the movie car's nose has fixed headlights under Plexiglas covers instead of the original's pop-up units. "It would have been too much hassle with hidden headlights," explained McCarthy. "One would be up and the other down, so they wouldn't match shot-to-shot. Or they wouldn't work at all. Plus we didn't want to have to fix them every time the nose was damaged during filming. So we got rid of them." The tail wing has been brought down by about 12 inches for a sleeker appearance. But because the wing is lower, the trunk lid now hits the bottom of the cross-piece when it's fully open. Fortunately, there's no scene in the movie where Dom needs to ferry luggage to the airport or bring home enough mulch to plant a garden. The most impressive features on Toretto's Daytona, however, are its perfect stance, glorious maroon paint and slick details like the shaved rain gutters. For movie cars, these Daytonas are particularly well finished. Not showcar detailed, but dang nice. Built To Go To simplify construction of all the film cars, Dennis McCarthy's shop standardized several mechanical pieces across several cars to facilitate servicing and the availability of spares. So Toretto's Daytona, like several other vehicles in the film, is powered by GM's 6.2-liter LS3 V8 rated at 430 horsepower. Behind that on most of the Daytonas is a GM turbo 400 three-speed automatic transmission. The power finally leads to a Ford 9-inch solid-axle rear end. Different gear ratios were installed in different Daytonas depending upon what each was going to do during filming. And at least one Daytona was built with a four-speed manual transmission. Suspensionwise, the front end uses Reilly Motorsports' "AlterKtion" coil-over system in place of the stock torsion bars, and the tail is held up by Reilly's "triangulated four-bar" system, which mixes coil springs and five links together. The braking systems use Brembo calipers at all four corners, with a second set of calipers for the rear wheels hooked up to a separate braking circuit so stunt drivers could induce some sideways attitude when it was needed. For a Mopar addict, everything is super-cool and awesome. If it weren't for that dang GM engine and transmission. And Ford rear end. Surce/more info/more images: http://www.edmunds.com/car-reviews/features/fast-furious-6-cars-1969-dodge- charger-daytona.html --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ----------- Music: Hitman by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a CC Attribution 3.0. http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1300013. Permissions beyond the scope of this license are available at http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/licenses/ Fast & Furious 6 Cars: Vin Diesel's - Dominic Toretto 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona. Visit: http://classiccarpictures.us/





2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat - Supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® V8 Hellcat
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Dirt Cheap Rat Rod! 1968 Charger Buildup and Thrash - Roadkill Ep. 23
Freiburger and Finnegan think this is the best episode so far! It's the longest, too. This show has it all: a Mad-Max-vibe 1968 Dodge Charger built with motorhome parts, sideways Dukes-style action, lots of low-buck wrenching, hilarious snafus, and cameo appearances by the Macho Grande from episode 8, the '66 Buick Special convertible from a pre-Roadkill episode, the ramp truck from episode 20, and the Fury from episode 22. Enjoy the last Roadkill of 2013! Roadkill appears every fourth Friday on the Motor Trend channel. http://www.youtube.com/motortrend Subscribe now to make sure you're in on all the action! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=motortrend Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/RoadkillShow, http://facebook.com/motortrendmag & http://facebook.com/hotrodmag Twitter - http://twitter.com/motortrend & https://twitter.com/hotrodmagazine Google+ - https://plus.google.com/1018679678590... Website - http://www.motortrend.com & http://www.hotrod.com





69' Dodge Super Charger - NSRA Burlington 2013
Check out this 1969 Dodge Charger with a massive 572 Big Block equipped with a Supercharger and all the other goodies. Inside is all updated with modern interior like sound system and digital displays. Very nice car! Its was loud as hell, but its open headers obviously. This was recorded with the Fuji X20. Its a little shaky because I was freezing! It was 50f, rainy and windy! Websites & Social Networking Links: Website/Blog: http://nickerwin.com Twitter: http://twitter.com/nerwin Google Plus: http://gplus.to/nickerwin Flickr: http://flickr.com/nickerwin My Vizify Bio: https://www.vizify.com/nerwin About.me Page: http://about.me/nickerwin Last.fm: http://last.fm/user/NicholasErwin RebelMouse: https://www.rebelmouse.com/nerwin SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/therealnerwin





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