Take a look at this 1970 Dodge Coronet R/T with a 440 Magnum mated to a 3-speed automatic. The big block puts out 375 horsepower and a whopping 480 ft/lbs of torque. This girl is covered in factory “Dark Burnt Orange.” The owner said the carb is a factory Carter in the 800 cfm range. The massive breather mating to the functional hood scoop makes the size of the carb pretty obvious.


No classic car page is complete without a 1969 Dodge Charger General Lee replica. This car has the 440 Magnum kicking out 375 hp and 480 ft/lbs of torque. It has an automatic transmission, a CB radio, the “Dixie” horn and the American Racing rims, roll cage and the battle flag on the roof.

John: So, you and Molly, huh?

Sherlock: Uh… Yeah

John: Yeah, everybody knows. I mean, I’ve known forever. I could tell by the way you stare at her in English… I was just waiting for you to tell me.

Sherlock: Oh, sorry. I’m going out with Molly

John: Why didn’t you tell me?

Sherlock: I figured you knew

John: I did know, but, you know, we’re friends. We’re supposed to talk about these things

Sherlock: I didn’t think you’d get it…

John: I don’t get it. No offence. Molly still scares the crap out of me. But if you’re getting it- you know, *getting* it- I want to know about it. I want the whole freaking report.

Sherlock: This, actually. This is why I didn’t tell you.  


1968 Plymouth GTX with a 440 Magnum delivering 375 horsepower. This model came with only one other engine choice and that was a 426 Hemi. This car has a 3-speed automatic and is cloaked in “Mist Green” factory paint. Notice the two-tone seats. This car is for sale for about $60,000.