This 1927 Dodge coupe was built for the Mopar fan who wants to stand out rather than blend in. Yes, its green, its tall, and it definitely gets attention. But at the same time, its beautifully built, totally streetable, and very affordable. Why drive the same old stuff as everyone else? Isnt hot-rodding about being different? The tall, square Dodge coup body is just begging to be filled with performance, creating the kind of cognitive dissonance that you get from seeing a phone booth hammering down the highway at 80 MPH. The old-fashioned look works quite well, with the Dodge looking far more substantial than your average Model T while still retaining that no-nonsense charm that made the brand famous. The modifications are minimal, just some shaved bumpers (which were optional in 1927 anyway), a Ram hood ornament, body-colored trim, and some diamond-plate running boards. The rest is factory steel thats been straightened and smoothed to look great under that brilliant Sub-Lime paint. Yeah, its going to attract attention which is why they knew they needed to make it right. The doors open and close well, the turtle deck fits flush, and the hood swings on a properly aligned hinge. Simplicity is the rule, so they even skipped the graphics and pinstripes, letting the shape and the paint speak for itself. Check it out, this thing is cool! You need to love bright green, because the interior is as vivid as the bodywork, but again, why blend in? Somehow they found materials for the seats that exactly match the paint, and even the steering column and wheel were treated to a bright green makeover. A real wood dashboard offers some contrast and warmth, and has been filled with dolphin gauges and they, too, have been tinted green to match. A powerful AM/FM/CD stereo in the center of the dash makes road trips easy and a tilt steering column makes the upright driving position comfortable. Obviously theres plenty of headroom, plus decent storage in the fully finished trunk. For pure fun, the 350 cubic inch Chevy V8 provides unmatched performance in the relatively lightweight Dodge. Built to be reliable, it features a Holley 4-barrel carburetor, Mallory Unilite distributor, a custom powder coated intake manifold, and a set of block-hugging headers. Custom airbrush work on the air cleaner and valve covers attempts to disguise the GM-in-a-Mopar powerplant and theres a giant radiator up front to keep it cool. The chassis breaks no new ground, sticking with a dropped I-beam front axle on leaf springs, a ladder frame, and a 10-bolt rear end on a set of ladder bars with coil-overs. The TH350 3-speed automatic transmission has quick reflexes and the exhaust system sounds spectacular, both at idle and at full bore. The stance is just about perfect and it sits on color-matched steel wheels with baby moon hubcaps, trim rings, and staggered 215/60/15 front and 275/60/15 rear BFGoodrich T/A radials. Built purely for fun, this neat little Dodge does something few other rods can do these days: it makes people stop and stare. The fact that it also runs and drives so well is only icing on the cake. Yes, its vivid, but sneaking around was never what hot-rodding was about. Call today!
Daring to be different is great, especially if the different is as good looking as this 1939 Dodge 4-door sedan. With a sleek aerodynamic look, wonderful art-deco styling details, and modern V8 horsepower, its one of those awesome rods that will stand out just by virtue of being something other than a Ford. The bright red paint certainly helps this one grab everyones attention, but its the detailing that will make them look closer. The sleek Dodge sedan has a unique look that was similar to the fastback styling from the other automakers, but the long wheelbase and sleek tail section make it look far more radical than most. Finish quality is quite good, with nice body gaps and a bright shine that can only come from a lot of time invested in buffing and polishing the final finish. Most of the original trim was retained, and it really sparkles against that Torch Red paint. Were particularly fond of the front end, which offers neat details like the dipped front bumper, familiar ram hood ornament, and a very cool grille that seems to reach back to the firewall. Add in a host of vents, speed lines, and stainless trim, and the whole car seems to be in motion like one of those old paintings showing cars at speed. We love the split rear window and it appears that the only notable items that arent stock are the LED taillights, which are shaped like those on a 39 Ford. And it is worth noting that its entirely steel except for the rear fenders, which is important to a lot of rodders. The handsome tan leather interior was finished three years ago and still looks great. Up front you get a pair of power bucket seats from a late-model, while the back seat appears to be borrowed from the same car. New carpets, simple perforated leather door panels, and a custom center console all add to the new car feel. The original dash has been upgraded with a set of very trick Dolphin gauges with green faces, and the 9886 miles shown are since the build was completed. Under the dash there are vents for the A/C system as well as a few secondary controls, while the AM/FM/CD head unit is discreetly tucked into the center console. A B&M shifter on the transmission tunnel manages a 700R4 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission and the tilt column is topped by a fat 4-spoke wheel. And the whole reason you buy a sedan is so you can take the whole family with you, and the giant fully upholstered trunk makes it easy. A familiar 350 cubic inch Chevrolet V8 lives under the pointed hood and it was rebuilt to stock specs when the car was built. Its got some chrome dress-up pieces, a polished intake, and a big 4-barrel carburetor, all of which work together to make it run great and look cool. A big aluminum radiator and R134a refrigerant in the A/C system (needs to be recharged) make it a trusted highway cruiser for long hauls and service access is pretty good. Power front disc brakes and power steering come complements of a Camaro subframe and the dual Flowmasters give it a wonderfully mellow exhaust note. A 10-bolt rear end with 3.73 gears inside makes the car feel lively around town, but theyre easily tamed by the overdrive gear in the transmission. Its got just the right rake, augmented by a set of flashy Ridlr wheels and 17-inch performance radials. Nicely documented with receipts and build photos, this handsome Dodge stands out both in terms of quality and rarity. Why do what everyone else is doing when the alternative looks this good? Call today!
With a lot of recent work and a few tasteful upgrades, this brightly finished 1953 Dodge pickup is almost too nice to be a truck. When we think of trucks, we think of workhorses and tools, not bright white pleasure vehicles, but this one is nice enough that youll probably think twice about throwing a load of lumber in the bed. Dodge was due to give its trucks a major facelift in 1955, so for fans of the early post-war styling of this D100, heres your opportunity to pick up one of the last of the breed. The white finish is pure 1950s cool and has a lovely shine to it, and was applied over some very straight bodywork. The Dodge trucks were technologically ahead of their Ford and Chevy competition, with the faired-in front fenders that blended into the doors, and a relocated front axle that helped increase the Dodges payload capacity, and it gives the D100 a very unique, functional look. Of course, being a truck, theres not much chrome, with most of the trim items being painted white to match the bodywork, including the grille and bumpers, but a few bright pieces makes it stand out that much more. Theres also some tasteful red pinstripe work and a Veed windshield that really helps with the clean, unadorned shape. The refinished bed shows quite well, and it includes a set of matching side rails and a flush-fitting tonneau cover. The simple bench seat interior has been reupholstered in matching red and black vinyl, and theres plenty of room for three abreast seating inside the bright cab. The simple metal dash is painted to match the body, and the basic gauge cluster ahead of the driver delivers basic information. The 4-speed transmission is fun to row through the gears, and you can tell from the symmetrical design of the dashboard that both left- and right-hand drive models were intended. Theres an aftermarket radio over on the drivers side, but its not working and is due for an upgrade anyway. Black carpets and simple Dodge rubber floor mats make maintenance as easy as hosing it out after a day in the fields, but I think this trucks working days are over. The standard engine in half-ton Dodge pickups was the rugged and anvil-reliable 218 cubic inch flathead six, which, in stock form, made a nice, round 100 horsepower. This one looks mostly stock save for an Offenhauser split intake manifold with dual carburetors, and twin exhaust manifolds for dual exhaust. Given the gearing and intended use of the trucks, the upgrades are an excellent choice, adding power that can be used in todays traffic and never feeling over-worked. Of course, its pretty hard to kill one of these, with their bulletproof internals, and the wiring is recent. The engines current condition suggests that it actually led an easy life in a dry climate and it runs beautifully without any fussiness. Regular maintenance seems to have been part of the owners recipe for longevity, and it spins to life easily and drives as it should. The brakes work well, the transmission shifts easily, and the ride is surprisingly comfortable given its age. 15-inch chrome wheels with baby moon hubcaps are the right look for a mild 50s custom, and it sits on fat 245/60/15 white-letter radials. Handsome, reliable, and fun, this unusual Dodge is a great way to enjoy the old car hobby with something thats not quite what everyone else is driving. Call today!
For those of you tired of the same old Ford and Chevy rods, perhaps this 1933 Dodge cabriolet will be a breath of fresh air. Long, low, and sleek, you get a Mopar take on the early 30s styling, and with a gorgeous interior, folding top, and a genuine HEMI V8 its more than just a unique look. The body is fiberglass, but they seem to have nailed the look, replicating every major detail of the ultra-rare 1933 Dodge cabriolet. The full-fendered look and excellent build quality give this sweet cabrio a very sporting look thats a little bit old school and a little bit 21st century slick. Its fiberglass, so that means that fit and finish are exemplary, with a solid feeling going down the road and gaps that show well, which is particularly important with the bright yellow paint. The raked-back grille and big headlights are definitely a welcome change over the usual stuff and it stands out in a field of Fords, looking a bit bigger and more grown-up. The louvered hood sides are as much styling element as functional upgrade and with a fixed windshield, it has a more substantial look than most roadsters. The door handles were shaved, but it does retain its original hood ornament and emblem, further cementing the illusion. You may have noticed that the Dodge body is a bit longer than the usual Ford or Chevy, and that pays big dividends inside, where theres plenty of room for two folks with long legs. The twin black cloth buckets were obviously borrowed from a late-model and the cloth upholstery will be welcome for sunny top-down cruising. Black carpets help insulate passengers from noise and heat and custom door panels look suitably vintage while including controls for the power windows. Cool white-faced gauges from Classic Instruments are a little bit retro and a little bit modern, which is the perfect choice in this 33 Dodge, and an AM/FM/CD stereo system sounds great. Theres also a billet steering wheel on a tilt column to help you get comfortable and Vintage Air A/C is a welcome addition, made possible by the cabriolets black canvas folding top and roll-up windows that seal up well. The trunk is outfitted to match and uses the same materials for a consistent, high-quality look. A Chrysler 5.7 liter HEMI V8 provides the power, and the fuel-injected powerplant works beautifully in this Dodge. Keeping all the stock running gear from a late-model production car means it starts easily, idles well, and pulls hard, and never seems to get fussy, no matter what the conditions. We love the look of OEM engineering under a retro hood like this, and they went the extra mile to get the firewall smoothed before it went in. A Chrysler 5-speed automatic transmission feeds what appears to be a C3 Corvette independent rear end, so the rest of the powertrain is plenty tough for the rigors of a cross-country cruise. Even better, the fully independent suspension rides rather well and handles great thanks to a rack-and-pinion steering system and A-arms up front. Four-wheel disc brakes should be standard equipment on anything that can go this fast, and it definitely has the right soundtrack with a pair of Flowmasters making the music. Halibrand-style wheels give it just a bit of rake and carry low-profile 175/65/14 front and 235/70/15 rear Michelin radials for a modern look. Stand out from the crowd with this awesome Dodge cabrio and youll probably find that youre not alone in thinking that different is definitely better. Call now!
1968 Dodge Super Bee 2 Door Coupe. This car is black, with a blue interior. What a gorgeous color combination.A 426 ci 2-4 barrel 425 HP V8 makes it rumble. A column shifted Torqueflite automatic transmission transmits the massive power to a 3.23 geared rear end.This Super Bee rolls on Factory steel wheels, painted to match, with dog dish caps and wrapped in redline tires. There were 125-1968 Dodge 426 Hemi Super Bee 2 door coupes built to spec for USA. 31 4-speeds, 94 automatics. This car is listed in the Chrysler Registry. Original owners manual. This thing is Black and Bad to the bone!
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Stk#074 1936 Dodge Sedan Reduced from $23,500 All Steel Car Painted Black with the original rims with Wide White wall tires and original Dodge hub caps. The front and rear bumpers are good as well as the bumper guards. Grill and hood emblem are good. Original Amber running lights, head lights and buckets good, dual outside mirrors are good. The rubber on running board is good, hump trunk. Trunk hinges are good. The tail lights and buckets are good. Trailer hitch, door handles are good, roll out windshield good, cowl vent good, hood trim and handles are good. Doors shut solid, body moldings good. Original style car that gets the attention. Tan material on bench seats front and rear that looks beautiful. Door panels match, wood grain look on all garnish moldings and dash, original gauges and speedometer, original door handles and window cranks. Original steering column and wheel with horn button Ram on it. Turn signal speed shifter in floor, Chocolate color carpet, sill plates, chocolate color kick panels are vinyl. Original head liner and sun visors, light Tan rubber floor mats. A beauty inside. The engine is a 6-cylinder with 3-speed manual, alternator, 4-blade fan. Runs and handles good.
1935 Dodge 2 Door Sedan Steel Body Street Rod for Sale. 350 Cubic Inch V8 engine, Holley 4 barrel carburetor, aluminum intake, HEI electronic ignition, ceramic coated headers, dual exhaust, A/C, Mustang II style front suspension, power steering, 4 wheel disc brakes, 9 rear end rear sway bar, color keyed and detailed engine bay, color keyed and detailed underside, 15 weld wheels with radial tires, bright yellow exterior, custom hand painted pin stripes, cutout tail lights, electronic door poppers, power windows, custom tan interior, VDO white faced gauges, tilt steering column, Alpine AM/FM/CD radio, aluminum steering wheel, 3rd brake light, finished trunk. This early Steel Body Mopar is a rare find! Well built and drives fantastic! Check it out!
Cruisin Classics would like to introduce a 1937 Dodge Business Coupe. This Candy-Apple beauty turns heads for miles. In the sun or inside this thing lights up a room. It is fun and easy to drive, has plenty of room and will be a superb addition to anyones collection. The drivetrain consists of a 350 ci engine, TH350 automatic transmission and an open, 10-bolt rear-end. The engine, casting 3970010, has some upgrades such as Weiand Aluminum Intake, Edelbrock Carburetor, Micky Thompson valve covers, HEI Ignition and newer headers with dual exhaust. We believe the car was restored around 15-20 years ago. The paint while looking smashing, has some obvious flaws and obvious signs of use. The car was driven and it shows. It would qualify as driver quality. It has been touched up in some spots but please dont expect show quality. Nothing drastic or the car wouldnt look as good as it does in the pictures. Adding to the good looks and functionality is also the benefit of an electric powered rear trunk lid, Cragar Street Pro 15s with Dayton Tires on all four. The brakes are power drums. We will always suggest a third-party inspector if you cant see the vehicle in person. The Creme/Red colored interior is very inviting. The bucket seats are a great addition and condition. The same goes for the rest of the upholstery, carpet and dash. On the dash you will find aftermarket VDO gauges. It has tilt wheel, power windows and the power steering is matched with a beautiful Billet Steering Wheel. The Lokar Automatic Shifter is on the floor. Pioneer in-dash AM/FM CD player. This is a great car for getting your feet wet in the classic car ownership club at a very good price or for the seasoned owner that has good taste. Either way the new owner is going to love this one. Give us a call.If you have any additional questions, please call one of our friendly sales staff. We will be glad to help in any way including a walk-around for a more detailed description, any questions on financing, or perhaps an interest in ourSell Your Car Brokerage Program. In business since 1996, we have sold cars all over the world and we insist on giving the best personal service in the industry. The sale is subject to the following conditions and representations. This vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty in connection therewith. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and make no warranty in connection therewith. No allowances or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle, and to have satisfied oneself as to the condition and value based upon that judgment solely. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle.Thank You from all of us at CRUISIN CLASSICS For all your classic car service, improvements and up-grades please visit us atCRUISIN CLASSICS PERFORMANCE CENTERKnown for its FIRST-CLASS service in performance upgrades that will complete your checklist of must haves to make your machine just the way you want it.Here is a short list of our High Quality...High Performance services.Power windows, heat/Vintage Air (Certified Dealer and Installer)Engine rebuildingCarburetor rebuildingTransmission upgrades and serviceRear differential service including gear installationBrake service includingDisc Brake ConversionsSuspension rebuilding and upgradesTotal modernization of classic/muscle cars including addingPower steering, power brakes, tilt columns, cruise controland MUCH, MUCH MORE
Completely restored and ready for a Sunday cruise! This 1937 Dodge Sedan originally made for Young business executives , is brought back to its former glory and would make a perfect around town driver. Back in 1937 when the Dodge brothers released this stunning sedan, the world was going through big changes. Henry Ford had just initiated the 32 hour work week, Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Pacific Ocean, and the tragic event of the Hindenburg exploding mid-flight killing 36 people. It was truly a different time and when you get in this old Dodge, you can almost picture what it must have been like to live in such an era. Slide into the front seat of the car across the mohair interior and take hold of the larger than life steering wheel to compensate for the lack of power steering. Around the windows and across the dash you will find craftsmanship of what you may find with a fine watch. The wood grained style paired with the metal trim rings around the gauges is difficult to beat. Now it s time to start it up; simply press the turn the key, press the clutch in, pull the choke out a bit, adjust your throttle, and press on the starter button near your accelerator. The inline six cylinder engine that came with the car some 90 years ago comes to life! Let it warm up and press in your choke again. Now you are ready to really start enjoying your cruise. Put the gear lever in first and release the clutch, and enjoy the smooth ride that comes with owning a Dodge. One of the biggest claims they made when the car was new that it will save you money on fuel on your commute. That may not necessarily be true anymore, but what it lacks in fuel economy it makes up for in excitement! If it feels as if it is getting a little stuffy in the cabin, reach to the center of the dash and turn the knob to tilt the windshield out giving you a refreshing breeze of outside air. This old Dodge is the perfect weekend cruiser and will be a huge homerun like one you would have seen out of Babe Ruth when this car was new. This vehicle is located in our Denver showroom. You can view this 1937 Dodge Sedan in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (303) 872-4722 or email us at Denver@gatewayclassiccars.com. http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/DEN/200/1937-Dodge-Sedan
Over the years, Dodge has become at least as well known for its many truck models as for passenger car output. Since the beginning of its history in 1914, Dodge has offered light truck models. The 1937 Sedan Delivery model was largely based on a passenger car frame. This stunning hot road was treated to a full frame-off build in 2014. The power plant here is a 318 Dodge with a complete top-end rebuild. Components include Edelbrock headers & valve covers, 4-barrrel carb and Be-Cool aluminum radiator. All lines are custom bent copper. Additional features include Wilwood front disc brakes and new aluminum fuel cell. The hand-crafted bodywork and gorgeous paint are show quality. Done in a tasteful Safari Beige and Cream, both the interior and exterior finishes combine vintage and modern hot rod elements. This exceptional machine is located at our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this 1937 Dodge Sedan Delivery in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it, please call us at (262) 891-4253 or email Milwaukee@gatewayclassiccars.com. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/MWK/339/1937-Dodge-Sedan-Delivery
For sale in our Nashville TN showroom is a rare 1970 Dodge Super bee. This Dodge super bee in our Nashville TN showroom is 1 of 11 ever built! Take a second and really let that sink in. With only 11 ever built how many could possibly be left. And how many of them are still in showroom quality. This particular 1970 Dodge Super bee has been well taken care of and loved for many years. It belongs to an avid MOPAR lover and collector. This Super bee is as tough as it looks, equipped with a beefy 383 cubic inch Chrysler engine and the virtually indestructible Torqueflight 727 transmission. The green go paint still has plenty of shine and life left in it. The interior has the ultra comfy tall back bucket seats wrapped in premium black vinyl. The original Dodge Super Bee was based on the Dodge Coronet two-door coupe, and was produced from 1968 until 1970. It was Dodges low-priced powerful muscle car and a rebadged version of the Plymouth Road Runner. The origin of the name, Super Bee, has its basis in the B Body designation pertinent to Chryslers mid-sized cars, including the Road Runner and Charger. In addition to minor external differences, such as larger rear wheel openings, the bumblebee tailstripe and fancier grille, and the taillight ornamentation, the Super Bee also used actual diecast chrome-plated Bee medallions. These three-dimensional medallions were prominently mounted in a raised position in the grille/hood area and the trunklid/taillight area of the car throughout the first three years of production. If you want a car that stands apart from the competition this is the car to have. OPTIONS INCLUDE: AM/FM radio, CD player, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Vinyl interior, Aluminum alloy wheels For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at Nashville@gatewayclassiccars.com
Now for sale in our Houston Showroom is this 1932 Dodge 5 window Coupe. This coupe is a great find as you do not see too many Dodge coupes of this era. This one is ready to hit the road and makes for a great weekend cruiser. This 32 is powered by a stout 383 CID V8 which was rebuilt just over 5,000 miles ago. You can rip through the powerband with it s 5-speed manual transmission that was also rebuilt. The power is driven through the Ford 9 rear end which feature 3.89 gearing. The car is painted in a pale yellow leaving it classy and underestimated. You can certainly have some fun in this car or take it out for a nice cruise the choice is yours. The interior is white leather and in good condition. This car features AM/FM radio so you can be sure to enjoy some Rock-N-Roll while making this beast roar down the road. You even get the modern comfort of a tilt steering wheel so those who like a burger every now and then can enjoy it as well. For more information on this 1932 Dodge 5 Window Coupe for sale, to see all the HD pictures and videos of it, copy the URL below, and see it at this direct link: www.gatewayclassiccars.com/show/HOU/1375 . Alternatively, if you want to see it in person, come to our Houston Showroom, located at 1910 Cypress Station Dr, Bldg 200, Houston, TX 77090. You may also call the showroom at (832) 243-6220 or email us at Houston@gatewayclassiccars.com.
Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas is proud to present this unique 1924 Dodge Rat Rod for sale in our Las Vegas showroom. If you want the wind in your hair while going to the street this is the ride for you! It is painted sinister flat black and the paint matches it s character. This Rat Rod has a chevy 350 cubic inch small block engine mated to a turbo 350 transmission. The interior has a cool custom orange seat that has a lot of sparkle to it. The shifter for the car is a B&M ratchet shifter, but the shifter extends past the windshield and has a beer tap on top of it. A Edelbrock Carburetor, HEI ignition system, and ceramic headers are some of the goodies on this engine. The rear wheels are Crager S/S and fronts are a soild aluminum mag wheels. Quick release steering wheel that is a great theft deterrent. This 1924 Dodge Rat Rod is for sale in our Las Vegas Showroom and can be seen in great detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (702) 830-9215 or email us at LasVegas@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Las Vegas Showroom, located at 6580 S Lindell Road Suite 300, Las Vegas, NV 89118.
The Dodge Brothers Company was originally a supplier of parts and assemblies for other Detroit-based automakers and began building complete automobiles under the Dodge Brothers brand in 1914. The brothers both passed in 1920 and the company was sold to Chrysler in 1928. During the 1930s, Chrysler positioned the Dodge line in between the entry level DeSoto and top line Chrysler brands. The entire Dodge line was restyled in 1935 in the so-called Wind Stream look that helped boost sales. We have a very original 1935 Dodge Brothers 4-Door Touring Sedan in our Milwaukee location. This vehicle is beautiful and coated in a creamy beige paint. It features the Red Rocket 6 engine and backed by a 3 speed manual transmission. The brown cloth interior is in excellent condition and looks period correct. It was restored about 10 years ago. The package includes a spare and jack along with wide whitewall bias ply tires.This vehicle is located in our Milwaukee showroom. You can view this beautiful 1935 Dodge 4 door touring sedan in greater detail including HD pictures and an HD video of it running and driving at Gatewayclassiccars.com. If you are interested in purchasing this vehicle or have more questions regarding it please call us at (262)-891-4253 or email us at Milwaukee@gatewayclassiccars.com. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/MWK/365/1935-Dodge-Touring
For sale in our Nashville showroom is a 1960 Dodge Phoenix. This 1960 Phoenix for sale has an incredible low number of miles on it. With just 8,050 that s eight thousand fifty actual miles on it, this just might be the poster for the most unused car ever. Let s do the math, in 58 years this car has traveled 8,050 miles so that is 138.79 miles a year or 11.57 miles a month or approximately .38 miles a day give or take a leap year. This 60 Dodge Phoenix for sale is covered in a light blue paint that certainly shows the pride of ownership and speaking of ownership there have been just three lucky people to have their name on the title to this classic. The current owner tells us that the information he has shows that the 1st owner was a school teacher who drove 2 miles a day and amassed right at 5,000 miles. The 2nd owner added a whopping 2,000 miles to the odometer and the current and 3rd owner added the remainder. I think this car needs to stretch it s legs, I am hoping that the next owner takes this car on the road trip long enough for the fluids to warm up. I am sure you have had a chance to view the pictures and can see how well this car has been taken care of. Open the hood and the 318 Cubic inch engine shows no wear and very little dust, backing this power plant is a three speed automatic transmission that is controlled by push button instead of the traditional column shifter. With much of the attention in the late 50 s and early 60 s revolving around the space race, you can certainly see the influence in the futuristic speedometer gauges and even the round tail lights and fins. The interior is as original as the factory paint on the outside of this classic and looks as if it might have been transported from a 1960 Dodge dealer showroom to ours in 2018. Options for this 1960 Dodge for sale include: Power steering, Power brakes, Hubcaps, vinyl interior and Bias ply white wall tires For more information call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/723/1960-Dodge-Pheonix
For sale at Gateway Classic Cars in our St. Louis showroom is a 1970 Dodge Super Bee. This 440-6 4 speed car benefits from a recent frame off restoration and looks fantastic. The restoration was very detailed and focused on correctness. The engine and transmission were rebuilt at the time of restoration and have covered a modest 500 miles. Enough for proper break in, yet still very fresh. The engine is a warranty replacement from many years ago and the car is equipped with a correct Dana 60 rear end, appropriate for a 6 pack car equipped with a 4 speed. Options are slim but let s face it, it s a high performance muscle car... who cares about options. Big block power and a four speed, yes and yes! The three 2 barrel carbs are dialed in nicely. The colors for this rare Mopar are original and perfect for nostalgia. Who else is tired of every car being repainted red? We must save the rare colors from the good days. Burnt Orange Metallic with a white Super Bee stripe over a Sunfire Orange vinyl interior and a set of body colored steel wheels wrapped in redline radials make this car stand out. Whoever specd out this car knew exactly what they were doing. Inside are bucket seats, a full array of gauges and a pistol grip shifter. With 390 horsepower and 490 lbs./ft. torque, this 1970 Super Bee is ready to go! To view this 1970 Dodge Super Bee in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video of the car running and driving just visit us online at http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information, please call 618-271-3000 or email STL@GatewayClassicCars.com
Now for sale in our Houston showroom is this super cool 1968 Dodge SuperBee. Between the classy paint job and the healthy engine, this car is sure to turn heads while cruising down the highway. Under the hood of this beauty is a 383 CID V8 that was good for roughly 335 horsepower when new thanks to a four-barrel carburetor along with some other internal components. This powerplant allowed the car to reach 60 MPH from a stand still in just over six seconds. sending the V8 power to the rear end is a three-speed automatic transmission that shifts smoothly through the gears. The block is finished in Mopar blue that really ties together the look of the engine bay nicely. Moving outward, the car is finished in metallic gold paint that has some very minor chips and scratches, but otherwise is in good condition. The rear of the car features the original style SuperBee graphic which is in good condition also. Supporting each corner of the car are black steel wheels with polished accents. Wrapped around those wheels are classically styled BF Goodrich redline radial tires with good tread life left in them. Upon entering the vehicle, the driver will notice the very clean all black interior. The Bench seats are finished in black vinyl that is in good condition. Sitting below the seat is clean black carpet. The driver will appreciate the power steering and power brakes that allow for comfortable maneuvering of this rather large muscle car. Continuing with driver amenities, tucked in the dash is a radio if the sound of the big V8 becomes undesirable. Overall, this car is a very good driver quality and would be well suited for weekend cruises or a local car show. To see all the HD pictures and video, please go to http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/HOU/1102/1968-dodge-super-bee. For even more information on this 1968 Dodge SuperBee located in our Houston showroom, come by and see us or contact the showroom at (832)243-6220, or email the showroom at email@example.com.
For sale in our Nashville Tennessee showroom is a smoking hot 1924 Dodge Roadster and yes, it s all steel. This 1924 Dodge Brothers Roadster for sale is sexy yet sinister beautiful yellow and flame paint job and is ready to take you down the road in classic hotrod style. Motivating this 1924 Dodge Brothers Roadster for sale is a GM 350 crate motor with chrome headers, performance intake, Oldsmobile style air cleaner that is backed by a Turbo 350 automatic transmission, this car is perfectly at home with the accelerator to the floor or parked at the local drive in. This 1924 Dodge Brothers Roadster for sale is riding on color matched steel wheels with dog dish style hubcaps in modern radial tires for excellent handling and traction. The builder installed safety equipment including seat belts, tilt column, rearview mirror and dual taillights. You can enjoy all of this in the plush brown vinyl wrapped bench seat with custom embroidery. Options and features on this 1924 Dodge Brothers Roadster for sale include: Seat belts, dual taillights, tilt column, leather upholstery with embroidery, chrome hub caps, alternator, and radial tires. For more information on this 1924 Dodge Brothers Roadster for sale please feel free to call the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or visit us on the web at firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/NSH/735/1924-Dodge-Coupe
2002 Dodge Ram 2500 "Monster Truck" PRO BUILT FOR "SEMA" "Big Lift" No Expense Spared! 1st Place Trophys Winner Always! "Best Mopar Modified Class", "Best Suspension System" Chromed, 4-Time "Truck Nationals", 4-Wheel Jamboree Nationals, Chrysler Nationals Winner! " FlawlessBlack w/Custom Flames 4-Door Quad Cab, Custom Leather interior, Big Stereo/Entertainment, Built 5.9L V8. Show-or-Go! Stops Traffic Everywhere! Over $100k Build.. Priced to Sell @ $39,988. Call (941) 923-6430
- Stock #107165 - Great condition! Ready to hit the road!If you are in the market for a class c, look no further than this 1977 Dodge Sportsman, just reduced to $25,000.This Class C is located in Titusville, Florida and is in great condition. She is also equipped with a Dodge engine that has 67,000 miles (as of July 15).We are looking for people all over the country who share our love for boats/RVs. If you have a passion for our product and like the idea of working from home, please visit SellBoatsAndRVs dot com to learn more.Please submit any and ALL offers - your offer may be accepted! Submit your offer today!
Dodge brothers, royal 6, 4dr sedan, nice well kept car, good solid body, nice paint, nice redone int, museum car for over 20 years, good tires, wood spoke wheels, flathead 6cyl, 3spd, runs/drives good