Dodge

Whenever you consider a new car, the dealer usually has a number of options for you to consider. Some of these are nice to have and can help lengthen the lifespan of your vehicle. Even though it adds
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Just like Dr. Emmett Brown said in the first Back to the Future movie; “Roads? Where we’re going we don’t need roads.” If you are an avid four wheel enthusiast, you don’t need roads either.
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2016 Dodge Go Mango
“Plum Crazy” purple, “B5 Blue” and “Sublime” green Dodge Charger and Challenger muscle cars have recently been streaming out of FCA US’ Brampton Assembly Plant, bringing a sense of nosta
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One Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible is a big deal. Two are a really big deal. Combine two Hemi Cuda Convertibles and a Dodge Hemi Challenger R/T Convertible together and the effect is monumental. Those
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The legendary father of the Geodesic dome house, Buckminster Fuller, made automobiles too.  If you don’t know about “Bucky” he was a real maverick. Billing himself as “a gentle revolutionist,
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“FCA continues to establish a strong foundation of vehicle finish, pride and excitement among owners of FIAT, Jeep and Dodge,” said Christopher Chaney, Senior Vice President – Strategic Vision.
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Maturity was part of 1969, a coming-of-age year for the 1960s. For buyers of muscle cars, it was remembered as the time when graphics, spoilers and scoops showed up everywhere, blossoming into vibrant
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Nut and bolt rotisserie restoration The only documented Plum Crazy Hemi 4-speed Challenger R/T with Shaker hood and Super Track Pack 426/425 HP Hemi V-8 engine 4-speed transmission Hurst
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There’s two ways of interpreting the term ‘going green’, and we much prefer this route. No quiet battery cell operated engines here, just pure raw American muscle. With another angry cat on our
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The 1970 model year heralded a number of restylings from Detroit, but one of the most anticipated was Dodge’s new entry into the ponycar market, the Challenger. Created to compete with Cougar and Fi
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