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Outragious: ’63 Dodge 330 Station Wagon

63 Dodge 330

We love to find a “throw away” car that someone rescues and then lavishes immense amount of creativity on it. That is the case with this Dodge 330 Station Wagon. And with that said, it is even cooler to do that with a station wagon. These are clearly not historic vehicles unless equipped with the top of the line engines like the 426ci 4-barrel cars. Read More


Wedgie: ’64 Dodge 330 Max Wedge

Dodge 330 Max Wedge

We know, you are probably thinking that the folks at Mint have finally fallen off their rocker. Why would they feature a plain-Jane, homely looking Dodge or think anyone in their right mind would want to buy it. Well, grasshopper, if you underestimate this Dodge you have fallen into a trap set back in1964. You see this is a Max Wedge Dodge and that probably means a conservative 415 horsepower.  Read More


Roots in the military: ’79 Dodge Power Wagon

Dodge Power Wagon fr

From 1961 to 1971 these Dodge trucks were called the “sweptline,” then transitioned to a more modern body image from 1972 through 1980 with varied grilles and paint schemes. In 1975 the 4-wheel drive became full-time with a 2-speed transfer case; this was changed back to part-time 4-wheel drive in 1980 due to the energy crisis. Read More


Swept Away: ’66 Dodge D100 Pickup Survivor

1966 Dodge D100 Sweptline

Virgil Exner designed some pretty unusual cars for Chrysler, Plymouth and Dodge. When fins were in, Virgil’s fins were bigger and finier than any one else. Exner retired around 1961 but his influence on design hung around when they created the D100 Dodge trucks. They had a distinctive rear bed referred to as a Sweptline. The entire package was distinctive but maybe less attractive than the competition in the day. Fast forward to today and Sweptlines have quite the following ironically because of the distinctive styling that may have been a tad controversial in the day. And that takes us to our offering today.

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