Only three prototypes were built, and one's up for auction
Only 25 will be built and you'll be looking at a price tag higher than $110,000.
They were reportedly put in dry storage for 40 years by a Mopar expert.
All the others are Highland Green or black. This one is Kona Blue.
Thanks to the addition of a Whipple supercharger.
It once stood for performance. Now it's for saving fuel?
The Dodge Demon doesn't strike us as a muscle car much in need of a performance makeover. After all, this 840-horsepower MoPar machine's voracious quest for straight-line speed means it trims weight by jettisoning everything from a front passenger seat and rear seat, to its stereo and all carpeting in the trunk. The folks at Hennessey apparently think that's not nearly extreme enough. So, the Texas-based tuning outfit has turned the Demon into a 1,035-horsepower beast that runs a quarter-mile in
How to make the most of the Dream Cruise.
The Camaro ZL1 has been upgraded with the newly introduced 1LE performance package.
This Mercury Cougar Eliminator, dressed in sporty Competition Orange paint, is claimed to be an unrestored "survivor."
The US Marshal's so-called Blood Muscle Auction was completed earlier this month, with the prestigious nine-car field (two cars were added following Autoblog's initial story, a 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 454 and a rare, mid-restoration 1971 Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda) finding new and hopefully law-abiding owners.
A California man was at a loss for words when he was reunited with his prized 1964 Ford Thunderbird on Tuesday, 33 years after it was stolen from a bar parking lot.
A Detroit man had his stolen Corvette returned to him on Friday 33 years after it disappeared while parked on one of Detroit's main drag.
NASCAR team owner Rick Hendrick loves buying first-built Chevrolet models for charity. He paid $1 million to buy the first production 2014 Corvette Stingray Convertible and $650,000 to get the first 2014 Chevy Camaro Z/28.
April 17, 2014 is the fiftieth anniversary of the Ford Mustang. This isn't just the year of Ford's legendary pony car, though. It also marks the fiftieth anniversary of the debut of Chrysler's entry into the pony car wars - the Plymouth Barracuda.
How do you keep one of the most hotly anticipated cars under wraps from spying eyes? Ford spent a lot of time working on camouflaging the 2015 Ford Mustang with vinyl and foam to conceal the real shape of the car beneath the covers.
To mark the Mustang's 50th anniversary, the company tracked down customer No. 1. That's right, the first customer took possession of the classic back when Lyndon Johnson was president and the Beatles were just getting started in America.