Getting Your Hands on Mopar® Muscle

Finding a deal on something like a 1969 Dodge Charger is no easy feat due to the rarity and collectability of Mopar® muscle. The average price for a second-generation Charger is over $100,000, and even a project car in the same category can cost upwards of $40,000. Rebuilding will cost you time and will probably double your overall investment. Top Speed has some tips and tricks to help you secure your dream car without breaking the bank. All it takes is a little creative thinking. Upgrading a third-generation Dodge Challenger with a HEMI® engine is a more cost-effective option than starting from scratch with a first or second generation. Or, modify a less sought after Mopar vehicle, like a Volare or Duster, for a fraction of the cost but just as much attention on the street. Find out more ways to get behind the wheel of an American muscle car without draining your savings.