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If you are an audio enthusiast, you’ve probably heard that Bluetooth wireless audio isn’t quite as good as hardwired digital audio. In other words, if you play a song on your car’s infotainment
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The Full Body of Work: Dodge Viper Is the Dodge Viper the coolest car in the whole world or what? We think it is! And it’s in its last year of production so we just won’t see this beautiful handc
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How Chrysler Corporation Has Helped to Shape The Industry We were looking at a list of automobile manufacturers that existed in the early 1900s and there were just too many to count. We stopped at fi
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THE LEGEND THAT WAS WALTER Walter Chrysler, the man, the myth, the legend. Most of the time that phrase is over used and it is usually meant as a joke or to parody someone. But Walter Chrysler was an
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DODGE HISTORY Dodge has been around for a long time. In fact, the Dodge brothers, Horace Elgin Dodge and John Francis Dodge started the Dodge Brothers Company in the early 1900s as a machine shop. Th
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Muscle Cars + New Tech = Great Fun Why buy a boring car when you can get a muscle car. And not just any muscle but the muscle car: the 2017 Dodge Challenger. Sure, you could get a car that saves fuel
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Small Automakers that Challenge the Status Quo Yes, the big guys, Chrysler, GM, Ford, Honda, and Toyota, rule the roost, but there is a world of smaller manufacturers designing and building specialty
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Sports Car Sales Decline As soon as there were horseless carriages being built, there were people racing them. This is likely because it was the best thrill ride around. After all, before the advent
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Old Car Technologies That Should Be Resurrected If there ever is an object that is in a state of continuous evolution, it’s the automobile. Car manufacturers are constantly changing the technology
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4 Automotive Fantasy Technologies That Are Almost Here Back in the golden days of the 1960s when Hanna and Barbera cartoons were the rage, we were constantly treated to whimsical visions of what tran
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