This is my 1983 Dodge Shelby Charger.It's a stock 2.2L motor.I am in the process of fixing the front end.I have all of the parts except the fender(in the process of geting it).After I fix the front end im going to install a .460 cam.It's the biggest cam i can put in my motor without changing the valve springs.I am hoping to get everything done by the end of April 2009.Thanks for looking and make sure to leave some feedback and rating so i know what you think about this.
Dodge Shelby Charger "Gen 2" Rally Video - Hillclimb
After we jumped it in the sandpit we had to leave it there for a week
before we could tow it the mile to murrays house. Someone shot out the
windows the day before we picked it up, so we ended up cutting off the
roof, painting it all custom, then we pulled the frame out with a tractor
and the shelby was good to go. Althought the starter no longer worked, we
parked on hills whenever possible. Quite a rugged car our charger was...
My 1984 Dodge 2.2 Charger
First youtube vid. My 84 dodge 2.2 charger. i have had this car for a while
and finaly got it running. sorry for some of the windy back round noise.
hope you enjoy.
Lightning, Custom 1983 Dodge Van
John & Jos custom 1983 Dodge Van. I have owned this van since 83. Built
it solo in 83 then restored it with my Kochania Jo in 2008.
263,000 miles. 318 motor replaced in 2009. We are on the road with
Lightning again. Went to the Van Nationals in PA in July 09 and won first
place in the Full Custom Class. Lightning now has 42 trophies. Going to the
Van NAt's in Ohio, July 2013. Hope to see you there.
GLHS Shelby Charger #742 of 1000 made
I drove this car today, and let me tell you, this is one of the most
under-rated cars every made. What a blast it was winding 2nd and 3rd gear
out! Make you wonder why they only made 1000.
Shelby Charger GLHS 1987 Turbo
Drive of the 1987 Shelby Charger GLHS. This super clean, 2.2 turbo with only 61,000 miles is rust free, and
completely ready for the road!
Brian at 440-227-1225 or JunctionAutoFamily.com
1983 Dodge Challenger project - test start
A test start of the 1983 Dodge Challenger I'm bringing back to life.
Something is wrong with the choke, so the carb floods and loses power on
acceleration. The carb is also laquered from dead gas that was in it while
the car was sitting in the middle of a field for two years. The muffler
also is rusted and needs to be replaced.
1987 Shelby Charger GLHS #477 - Exterior (part 2) - FOR SALE BY OWNER - October, 2012
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As far as I'm aware and what I've been told by the previous owner, this is
the original paint. In my opinion, the quality of the paint job was poor to
begin with - topcoat black under the door beneath the interior panels were
sprayed very thin from Shelby and you can see the primer through it. The
prior owner had touched up the passenger door and you can see a paint line
if you look for it. Here we can see the paint peeling away on the hood (and
this is the only place this is occurring) showing the base primer
underneath. This is a common problem for not only for Dodge, but several
other auto makers of this era. It started to peel in 1999 and since then,
I've been extra cautious about protecting the rest of the paint. I suppose
a paint job just on the hood would suffice. There are a few door dings from
careless and inconsiderate idiots. Aside from the hood, I would say the
paint is about 80%. The decals are about 85%, showing a custom "shadow
paint" in purple that was done by the previous owner. It really looks
great. The SHELBY decal on the front window has some cracks - I would rate
it at 85%. Many genuine Mopar new old stock decals will be included with
the sale. All of the marker lights and reflectors have been "blacked out"
using a transparent black paint that still allows light to penetrate.
Similarly, the aftermarket Philips headlights have a black honeycomb
insert. During the day, the headlights look black. At night, the lights
shine bright. I bought a spare rear center brake light lens and installed
the Blue Dots (the original brake lens is blacked out as well and is also
included). At night, the blue prism lenses blend with the red light
surrounding the Blue Dots to yield a purple color. Very fitting considering
the purple theme from the decals. I also installed a locking gas cap but
have the original which is included. The rims are 90%. All of the original
machining looks very crisp, and there are no dings or curb damage. The
finish is better than good, only a few areas showing the original clear
coat beginning to spider crack. All wheel weights are on the inside of the
rim. McGard wheel lock nuts and key are included. There are lots of life
left on these Firestone tires - I would guess at least 3 to 5 years left
easily. No dry rot or cracks. Size is P205-50R15. Side mirrors and back
bumper cover are originally finished in a flat matte black. They are
beginning to show a very slight amount of sun fade, but a little bit of
waxing definitely hides this.