Own Your Own Muscle-Era Mopar from The Victory Collection

Ok Mopar fans, we know that our top three choices might not have had your racing juices flowing, but this restored Dodge Challenger is sure to have your engines revving. Built with an original matching numbers 440/390 HP Six Pack V-8 engine that is matched with an original matching numbers A833 4-speed manual transmission. Also designed with the original factory combination of Plum Crazy metallic paint with black interior. All of this high-powered goodness is topped off with a A33 Track Pak 3.54 ratio Dana 60 rear axle, Dual exhaust with chrome tips, and a Hemi suspension.

Mecum's Victory Collection

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While new car sales are skyrocketing right now, there are those of us who still dream of owning a piece of powerful muscle car history. If you are in this category then you need to get to the Indiana State Fairgrounds in Indianapolis, IN May 13-21st to check out Mecum Auto Auction’s latest auction. The Victory Collection includes some of the coolest and meanest Mopar rides from the 60’s and 70’s. Along with a Hemi Orange 1969 Dodge Super Bee, that gives a nod to the Duke’s of Hazard, you will have a chance to own some of the coolest classic hot rods available. Check out RacingJunk’s list of top Victory Collection Mopars to get a first-hand look at what could take you from a dream to a reality owned ride.

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1970 Dodge Dart Swinger

Built with a 300HP 383 V-8 engine with an Edelbrock intake, a 4-speed manual transmission, and a Holley carburetor, this classic Dodge Dart Swinger is also finished in bronze metallic, a black vinyl roof, black body stripes, and dual black hood mounted scoops.

1968 Dodge Charger R/T

Are you in the market for a historic Dodge that has continued to be one of the most popular Mopar rides from this era, check out this 1968 Dodge Charger R/T. Built with an original factory matching numbers 440 CI Magnum 4-barrel V-8 engine, which is matched with an original matching numbers Torqueflite 3-speed automatic transmission with reverse valvebody. Also equipped with power steering and front disc brakes, this sweet ride is also sporting a restored medium blue metallic exterior with a white bucket seat interior and a Bumble Bee white stripe.

1970 Plymouth GTX

One of only 328 V-code GTXs produced with this driveline combination, this Plymouth GTX has also been restored with a factory EF8 Ivy Green Metallic with Yellow side striping and Air Grabber hood, a factory green interior with bucket sets, Rallye gauges and factory wood trimmed steering wheel, as well as factory 15-inch Rallye wheels. An original matching numbers V-code 440/390 HP 6 BBL V-8 engine, pairs with an original matching numbers Torqueflite 3-speed automatic transmission for pure Plymouth perfection.

1970 Dodge Challenger R/T

Ok Mopar fans, we know that our top three choices might not have had your racing juices flowing, but this restored Dodge Challenger is sure to have your engines revving. Built with an original matching numbers 440/390 HP Six Pack V-8 engine that is matched with an original matching numbers A833 4-speed manual transmission. Also designed with the original factory combination of Plum Crazy metallic paint with black interior. All of this high-powered goodness is topped off with a A33 Track Pak 3.54 ratio Dana 60 rear axle, Dual exhaust with chrome tips, and a Hemi suspension.

1970 Plymouth Sport

Anyone who loves a classic Plymouth is sure to love this 1970 Plymouth Sport Satellite. Built with a 500-inch Hemi 635 HP engine, a 727 Torqueflite transmission with Gear Vendors overdrive, and a sniper electronic fuel injection with a turbo action shifted reverse manual valve body. This powerful ride also has also been restored with a strange Dana 60 rear axle with 3.73 gears as well as 17- and 18-inch Boyd Coddington wheels.

1968 Chrysler New Yorker

For those Mopar fans with an affection for luxury sedans be sure to check out this beautiful Chrysler New Yorker. This black beauty has only 27K miles on its restored engine, and it represents the pinnacle of Chrysler's high end trim from the longest-running American nameplate.

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