We have 3743 classics for sale or sale in our 21 Indoor. Originally, the Dodge Brothers Company was a machine shop that supplied parts to Detroit-based automakers; it wasn't until 1914 that the Dodge brothers began manufacturing complete vehicles on their own. In 1928, they were sold to Chrysler. Dodge vehicles consisted mainly of trucks and full-size passenger cars during the 1970s, although it manufactured memorable compact and midsize cars, such as the 1963-76 Dart and the B-Body Coronet and Charger from 1962 to 1979, respectively.
Now that we've reduced our inventory of collector vehicles based on your specific search criteria, we recommend that you use our robust filtering and sorting options to focus even more on the vehicle of your dreams. While officially referring to Chrysler's accessories, parts and services branch, and as a combination of engine and parts, Mopar is a broad and enthusiastic reference to cars and trucks manufactured by Dodge, Plymouth and Chrysler. Chrysler may have been a little late to the pony party, but it practically invented its personal strength with cars like this 1967 Dodge Coronet 440 with a hardtop. NFI Empire is proud to present an extraordinary opportunity for all classic car collectors: an extremely well-preserved Magnum 440, 4- that matches the numbers.