’70 Plymouth Roadrunner by Ronnie Rohde

’70 Plymouth Roadrunner by Ronnie Rohde

  In early 2010, I started getting serious about finding myself another roadrunner after being without a car for 30 years.  Long, long ago, in 1972 I was a sophomore in high school and was lucky enough to have bought a rare canary yellow 1969 roadrunner with...
72 Dodge Charger by Johnnie Moreno

72 Dodge Charger by Johnnie Moreno

  I’m brand new to the Mopar scene but I drank the Kool-Aid as soon as I bought my 1972 Charger. Not only are these cars a blast to drive, they are esthetically pleasing to both the eyes and the ears. At every show, meet, cruise, event, driveway and heck even in...
’71 Plymouth Barracuda by Larry Suddendorf

’71 Plymouth Barracuda by Larry Suddendorf

It’s always nice to hear from folks admiring my 1971 Plymouth Barracuda Convertible that they’re amazed to learn I’m the original owner. Yes, it’s true; I ordered the car from a Cincinnati dealership, the only car I’ve ever ordered from the factory, in March, 1971. It...
’73 Plymouth Duster by Doug Campbell

’73 Plymouth Duster by Doug Campbell

To tell my Duster’s story I first need to begin with how I came to be a MOPAR fan. In 1962 I was a high school junior and like most guys loved drag racing. On one Sunday afternoon at the drag strip, we were ready to settle in and watch the super stockers go at it. As...
’93 Dodge Ram By Adam Gelbin

’93 Dodge Ram By Adam Gelbin

Back in 2007, just before I moved to San Antonio for a job, the heater core cracked in my daily driver at the time, a Nissan 200SX, and antifreeze flooded the cabin. Instead of getting the car fixed and wanting to focus on the new job and the move, I donated the car...