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  • Dodge Coronet Limousine 1950

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    SOLD/VERKAUFT/VENDU/VERKOCHT Dodge Coronet Limousine 1950 in good condition 1950 Dodge Coronet in good original condition. This one is the longer limousine version with 2 extra seats. 3770 cc engine with 103 hp. The black paint, the chrome, suicide doors and all the woodwork inside are in a very neat condition. Car has Romanian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1950
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  • Dodge Coronet Coupe 1970

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    SOLD / VERKAUFT / VENDU / VERKOCHT Dodge Coronet Super Bee 1970 in very good condition 1970 Dodge Super Bee in colour ‘Yellow Banana’ in very good condition. Paint, chrome and interior are in a very beautiful condition. The car has an original Super Bee spoiler and striping which makes the car a real muscle car. This car was built next to the Dodge Charger from 1968 till 1970 together with the similar Plymouth Road Runner. The 383 CUI (6277 cc) engine with 335 hp in combination with the 3-speed automatic gearbox makes this a real muscle car and is ready for al lot of years of driving fun. Very well maintained, recently had an investment of € 8.000,-. Car has Belgian title and mot/tuv. Easy to register in every EU country. You do not need to pay any importtaxes. We can help with transport.

    • Year: 1970
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  • Dodge Viper RT/10 Supercharged 700+ HP

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    Vehicle Description Year – 2002 Engine Size – 8 Mileage – 30,000 Colour – Viper Racing Yellow Interior – Black The dodge viper will always be an iconic American power car due to its extravagant colours and there extremely big engines. The Viper was first produced in 1992 and has recently just stopped production in 2017. In 2000, the Dodge Viper updated to lighter hypereutectic pistons and factory frame improvements. While the hypereutectic pistons provided less expansion, the forged pistons are preferred for the supercharging and turbo aftermarkets. TSB (Technical Service Bulletin) recalls (998 and 999) were done at local dealerships to repair the 1996 to 1999 Viper frames by adding gussets with rivets near the steering box. 2001 saw the addition of ABS. Currently in stock we have this incredible Supercharged Dodge Viper RT-10 finished in Viper Racing Yellow. The car itself is especially well know within the Viper community due to it’s £70,000 upgrades on its. Extras include- •Forged pistons and rods •Cauldwell GTSR heads •Mopar performance 708 cam •10lb Roe Supercharger giving it 750 BHP •09 ACR Brakes •SRT-10 wheels (18” front & 19” back) •Full borla exhaust •Light weight alloy f

    • Year: 2002
    • Mileage: 30000 mi
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  • 1964 Dodge Dart

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    A very rare car in the USA, and unique on the European racing scene, this Dodge Dart is the ultimate way to get noticed on grids dominated by Ford Mustangs and Falcons. An extremely well-developed car (by the Bryant racing equipe), it is a multiple Masters and Goodwood Revival competitor, and a sure-fire invite due to its rarity. Perfect for the big European events, including the Spa Six Hours, the versatile Dart would also be ideal for the Tour Auto, Modena Cento Ore and other road events. Complete with current FIA Papers, please enquire if you wish to run at the front in a car that no one else will have!

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  • 1943 Dodge WC51 And 1943 Harley WL

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    Dodge’s relationship with the US Military began around 1916 when Dodge Brothers supplied touring cars to the government for use in an operation against Poncho Villa and his revolutionary soldiers from Mexico. The battle, held in May of 1916 was the first time the US Army engaged in motorized battle, earning Dodge this somewhat dubious distinction. The Dodge Brothers had earned the trust of the military and they went on to supply a number of different trucks throughout the coming years. In the late 1930s, with war in Europe looming, officials needed to update the motor fleet and Dodge was once again entrusted to build a medium duty, half-ton four-wheel-drive workhorse. The first VC-series arrived in 1940, though it was essentially a stopgap model, based on a modified civilian chassis. By the time the United States entered the war, however, the purpose built WC series was beginning to hit shore around the world. The first WC-series (WC1 through WC50) was a ½ - ton truck used as a weapons carrier or staff car, depending on the body. For 1943 it was revised again with an improved body for easier troop access, and upgraded axles and suspension allowing a ¾ ton capacity. The WC51 was powered by a 230 cubic inch flathead inline six, a stout, virtually indestructible unit that was designed to run on the worst quality fuel the world had to offer. The four wheel drive system was via an in-out transfer case (no low range) and stump-pulling ratios on the New Process gearbox meant the WC could traverse virtually any terrain regardless of cargo. The Dodge WC was every bit a faithful beast of burden as the iconic Jeep, proving itself under fire in virtually every theater of World War II. This 1943 WC51 is an incredible example, exceptionally presented with period equipment that includes a genuine 1943 Harley-Davidson WL (S/N 42-2136) military-specification motorcycle on a replica trailer. The WC51 is a first series ¾-ton version with the standard Weapons Carrier body on a 98-inch chassis. It has been thoroughly restored and impeccably detailed with appropriate accessories such as full embarkation equipment (shovel, axe, camouflage netting, jerry cans, armament cases, etc.) and presented in the colors of the 82nd Airborne division. The body is properly restored to represent the true quality of a mass produced military vehicle, the previous owner wisely avoiding over-restoration. Canvas on the cab roof and cargo bed is in excellent condition, again, appearing period correct without coming across as too new. The canvas seats, accessories and markings are highly authentic and accurately represented. Towed behind the truck is a high quality replica trailer that was built using period photographs and documentation. It is very well constructed, down to the authentic spring-dampened pintle hitch and military-spec wheels. Some creative license was taken in its construction, but it has a very authentic feel, particularly in the details such as the jerry cans and ropes. The Harley Davidson WL was discovered years ago in a barracks, in a highly original state. The previous owner carefully restored the bike with just about every available accessory for the day, while still respecting the highly original condition. The entire grouping of Dodge, Harley and trailer are authentically represented and in excellent condition. The truck runs very well, with the prodigious low-end torque (which peaks at 1000 RPM) of the 230 cubic inch inline six, making it easy and enjoyable to simply leave in top gear and cruise around. The cabin is authentically represented with basic canvas seat cushions, minimal instrumentation and simple controls. The cargo box has built-in benches for carrying the “troops” and the canvas covers on the cab and cargo box are removable. Likewise, the Harley is exceptionally tidy, clean and very well presented, down to the correct lamps, leather rifle holster and canvas “blackout” covers. Such is the level of detail on this pairing that it is difficult to put into words, this amazing rig should be seen for the astounding presentation to be fully appreciated. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a real piece of World War II history, ideally suited for classic military gatherings, for enjoyment in the countryside or as a fascinating conversation piece in a collection of historically important vehicles.  

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