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Year: 1933
Make: Plymouth
Model: Roadster
Color: Ruby Red
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 427 V8
Finished in Brilliant Deep Ruby Red Metallic paint and we have a custom Grey cloth interior and Black leather buckets that are in car now. Powered by a rebuilt 427SBC with a dual quad setup, with stainless steel headers and exhaust, connected to a GM Turbo 350 automatic transmission, and a Ford 9 inch Rear end. All steel body and registered...

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Year: 1936
Make: Dodge
Model: Sedan
Color: Red & Pewter
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 350 CID V8
With a lot of steel and looks that kill this street rod is prime for a good time!

The two-tone paint job is sprayed in copper and a beige-like silver! The drivetrain is a small-block 350 with a TH350 3 speed automatic transmission - both of which perform as expected! The engine is said to be fresh and performs like it....

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Year: 1965
Make: Dodge
Model: Polara
Submodel: A TRUE 426 HEMI
Color: Black
Transmission: Mopar A833 4-spd
Engine: 426 Hemi
Introduced in 1960 the Dodge Polara was there top of the line full size car, and in 1962 was downsized to mid size. This Black Beauty is sure to get your blood flowing, powered by the legendary 426 cubic inch Hemi powerplant paired a Mopar A833 4 speed manual transmission and a 8 & 3/4 inch rear. This is a truly...

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Year: 1966
Make: Chrysler
Model: 300
Color: Midnight Blue Metallic
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 383 V8
In 1966, Chrysler discontinued the letter series and replaced it with the 'non-letter' version. 49,598 of these 300's rolled off the assembly line that year. Of these only 2500 convertibles were produced. This luxury muscle car is powered by a 383 V8 and paired with an Automatic transmission. Painted in an elegant Midnight Blue Metallic, this ride turns heads as it...

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Year: 1968
Make: Chrysler
Model: 300
Color: Turbine Bronze
Transmission: 3 speed automatic
Engine: 440 CID V8
Under the long hood of this powerful luxury coupe is a 440 cubic inch V8 and a 3-speed automatic transmission. Power is sent to the rear wheels and helps propel this monstrous land-barge with ease. This classic cruiser has been in the family since new and has had 3 generations of owners maintaining it as mostly original. The Chrysler saw a...

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Year: 1968
Make: Dodge
Model: Charger
Submodel: R/T
Color: Yellow & Black
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 440 CID V-8 Big Block
Dodge introduced the Charger for the 1966 model year to combat sales from the Ford Mustang fastback and AMC Marlin. For the first two year the Charger didn't see huge sales numbers but did forge a place in the market for a more upscale fastback car with 2+2 style seating. In 1968 all bets were off, sales of the new second...

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Year: 1969
Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Color: Ice Blue Metallic
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 383 4BBL V8
This car came to the current owner from Georgia and he's enjoyed the car for the past 15 years. It's an older restoration and presents as such with minor imperfections. Overall, it presents as a high-quality driver. The cars runs and drives well, with the original 4 bbl, 383ci V8 spinning a 727 automatic transmission through a 3. 55 rear gear....

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Year: 1969
Make: Plymouth
Model: GTX
Color: Dark Green
Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
Engine: 605ci Hemi
The Plymouth GTX is an automobile introduced as the Belvedere GTX in 1967 by the Plymouth division. It was positioned as a mid-sized upscale-trimmed performance muscle car through the 1971 model year. Chrysler introduced major changes in the design of the 1968 model Plymouth B-bodies and the GTX was given a completely new look. A new hourglass body replaced the previous...

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Year: 1969
Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Color: Blue
Transmission: Torque Flight 727 Automatic
Engine: 383 CID V8
This Road Runner is painted Metallic Ice Blue and complimented by a blue interior. The cars runs and drives well, with original stout 4 bbl, 383ci sporting Edelbrock manifold covers running through the torque flight 727 automatic transmission putting down rubber through a 3. 23 rear gear. The current and second owner has had this classic for 17 years. Seller states...

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Year: 1970
Make: Plymouth
Model: Cuda
Submodel: 440
Color: Ivy Green Metallic
Transmission: Automatic
Engine: 440ci 375hp V8
How many Ivy Green Metallic Cudas have you seen? How about one of only 618 produced with the 375hp, 440ci V8 and 727 Torque-Flite automatic? How about with factory AC? YES this car is a cornucopia of rare and interesting order options. This 70 Cuda was brought to us by the ORIGINAL owner, who ordered it as you see today. Did...

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Year: 1970
Make: Plymouth
Model: Road Runner
Color: Black
Transmission: Tremec 6 Speed Manual
Engine: 6.4 L Hemi V8
This piece of history is powered by a Gen III 6. 4 liter hemi paired to a Tremec 6 speed manual with the Hurst pistol grip shifter. This powerful 6. 4 liter crate Hemi engine is still under a 12 month/12,000 mile warranty! The 6 speed manual Tremec transmission is new as well and shifts incredibly smoothly putting all of that...

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Year: 1971
Make: Dodge
Model: Demon
Submodel: Probuilt 440
Color: Sublime Green
Transmission: 3 Speed Automatic
Engine: 440 RB V8
The Demon is an offshoot of the 1971-72 Dodge Dart. It was offered with a 318 cubic inch V-8 or a 340 cubic inch V-8 four-barrel engine pushing out 275hp. The Demon came off the line with dual exhaust, heavy duty suspension and a Rallye instrument cluster. Believe it or not the original name for the Demon was to be the...

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Year: 1972
Make: Dodge
Model: Dart
Color: Green
Transmission: 5-Speed Tremec Manual
Engine: 408 V8
The Dart debuted in 1960 and started with humble beginnings in the compact segment. When the muscle car wars broke out Dodge revamped the Dart and it cemented itself into MOPAR history. While the Dart would see 4-generations spanning only 16 years we love to see these legends on the road today! This 72 Swinger is extremely eye catching with it's...

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Year: 1972
Make: Plymouth
Model: Barracuda
Color: Gold
Transmission: Automatic 3 speed
Engine: 340 V8
Among so many cool cars that proudly set example of what makes a top notch Mopar, there were a few models that truly took the cake on this. The Plymouth Cuda was one of which that did. Being based on the same chassis as the Dodge Challenger, which was also a heavy hitter in the mean muscle car department, there was...

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Year: 1973
Make: Dodge
Model: Dart
Color: Red
Transmission: 3 speed automatic Automatic
Engine: 318CI V8
The owners of this car did an amazing job bringing it back to it's natural beauty with a new paint job, new floor pans and new trunk pans. This vehicle is featured with an AM/FM radio, Power Brakes, Power Steering and Vinyl Interior. This Dart is powered by a 318CI V8 that is hooked up to an automatic 3 speed transmission....

Mopar For Sale

While officially referring to the accessory, parts and service branch of Chrysler, and as a combination of Motor and Parts, MOPAR is a broad and enthusiastic reference to cars and trucks made by Dodge, Plymouth, and Chrysler. Usage of the MOPAR name was embraced by muscle car aficionados as a way of describing their rides. Higher horsepower, increase performance and reliability are just a few of the MOPAR characteristics. Here at Gateway Classic Cars, we prefer the broad use of the name to refer to many of our most iconic vehicles.

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Rel. August 16, 2022