This 1969 Dodge Coronet 500 has had over $100,000 spent on an incredible build by its previous owner. It is an impressive resto-mod that still retains a stock looking appearance with many modern-day technologies.
This 1970 Dodge Charger R/T 440 was purchased new in Manitoba, Canada on September 26, 1970 – and remained in the ownership of one family until it recently came to us. It came with the original bill of sale, window sticker, build sheet…and of course the original fender tag!
You’ve seen the rides, you’ve experienced the excitement, now step inside the Performance and Classic Car Centre with Keith Bedard and see how the Performance and Classic Car Centre has come together over the past few months.
What we’re trying to focus on here is our passion and love for all the old cars and we have great performance & classic cars coming in to Sherwood Dodge often.
Hey, Keith Bedard, Sherwood Park Dodge Performance. Just want to let you know that we’re almost at the end of April. May is coming. I’ve got all my cars in order. Like it’s crazy, actually sold three muscle cars yesterday.
I was trying to get everything stocked up, but I guess people are biting at the bits so come on in here!
I’ve currently got 12 muscle cars in stock. We’re going to come in here, as you can see I’m busting at the seams. I’ve got cars even in the new car, used car showroom because I just don’t have any room. [click to continue…]
Hi, Keith Bedard at Sherwood Dodge Performance Center.
Another fantastic car, just arrived here. I just picked it up myself and brought it into town. This is a beautiful 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T Big Block. And it’s a true F-J5 car. The stock no. on this car is P3752.
If you want to look it up on our website we’re going to have some pictures on there as well. This car originally had a 383 Big Block in it but it’s been transformed to a 440 a period-correct 440. [click to continue…]
Hi, Keith Bedard Sherwood Dodge Performance Centre.
I’d just like to answer a frequent question that I get asked about. A lot of people want to get into this hobby and they haven’t done it yet, and they’re worried about different things like insurance, or what do I do? [click to continue…]