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In 2015, Rutledge Wood asked Randy Allgood to work on cars for the History Channel’s “Lost in Transmission.”

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Even the most ardent gearhead speed demon can succumb to the human urge to settle down and start a family. What to do?

As long as muscle cars roam the Earth, the Pontiac marque will be among the world’s most desirable vintage iron.

In the mid-1990s, Chrysler was looking for a way to inject high performance enthusiasm back into Plymouth.

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The '58 Fury was the star of the 1983 horror movie “Christine." This one was brought back from the dead.

Listen to Led Zeppelin’s howling lyrics on numerous tracks and you’ll hear a howling, barking, snarling vocal quality that in many ways is reminiscent of this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda’s engine note.

eBay Listing: 1966 Plymouth Barracuda 2-Door Fastback You could walk by a car 99 times and not even take a second look and that could be with any car particularly if you’ve been exposed to it numerous times. Then on the 100th viewing something clicks and you see what you had previously overlooked. “Overlooked” or even...

1971 Plymouth Barracuda “Viper-Cuda” 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible set on top of a 2001 Viper chassis and running gear. Custom steel dash with Viper gauges and 2008 SRT wheels. Color is single stage PPG Urethane Viper Red. Upholstery is custom suede and vinyl on 2001 Viper seats. hp2tony drives this car everywhere...

Owned by: 400satellite Trim: Sebring Plus Engine: 6.6L 6556CC 400 Cu. In. V8 GAS OHV Naturally Aspirated Full restoration that is almost done, 5 years in the making. It has a 408ci engine, based on a 360ci. 500/500 hp/tq, it’s going to be great compared to the 318 before, that I still have for it. Challenger is next on...

Classic muscle cars are a staple on eBay Motors and there are hundreds listed and sold every day. What makes this 1970 Plymouth Barracuda special is that the seller claims this particular model was the first ever third generation Hemi-Cuda built in August 1969. Whereas the first and second generation ‘Cudas were based...

Dodge, Chrysler, Plymouth — you can sum up the weighty legacy of these automotive heavy-hitters in one charged word: Mopar. Add in the Jeep and Fiat brands, and you’ve got an automaker with serious history and a serious vision for the future. Here’s a quick survey of Mopar highlights old and new, currently for sale on...

In the late ’60s, if you wanted to go fast for not a lot of money, Plymouth was your brand and the Road Runner was your car. Launched in 1968, the Road Runner catered to the bare-bones racer who wanted performance over options. For about $3,000, the Road Runner outran a lot of other higher-priced muscle of the day,...

When the Plymouth Road Runner hit the streets in 1968, Pontiac was caught off-guard. Their GTO had started the muscle car movement, but here was Mopar, taking up a large part of the market with a low-priced low-option entry that was a real performer. Pontiac needed something with a lot of flash that resonated with...

This Hemi Road Runner wasn’t an original 426 car, but originality doesn’t win drag races. It looks ready for some serious street fighting, thanks to a rebuilt Hemi, 4-speed manual, Dana rear with 4.56 gears and ladder bars, and massive 29×12.5 Mickey Sportsmans. The seller says the car has new front shocks, new Road...

Nash Bridges: “Not the ’Cuda! The ’Cuda’s gone?” Joe Dominguez: “No, the ’Cuda’s fine.” The ’Cuda is fine indeed. This is Nash Bridges #1, the first of four ’Cudas used in the CBS television show. All of the production cars were 1970 models made to look like ’71 cars, each with the proper front end, taillights, and...

Win on Sunday, sell on Monday was the mantra of the big three throughout the 1960s. And never was it more true than for Mopar’s NASCAR winged warriors – the Dodge Daytona and Plymouth Superbird. These cars can trace their roots back to the 1966 Charger, which was said to be unstable at speed. NASCAR allowed Dodge to fit...