Friday Fight: Dodge Firearrow III vs. Dodge Kahuna

 

What’s your personal style — elegant European grand touring car or glamorous California surf buggy?

 

For this Friday Fight we’re matching up two famous, one-of-a-kind Dodge show cars, the 2003 Kahuna concept and the 1954 Firearrow III.  Which priceless vehicle would you choose as your personal dream transportation? But remember, you can select only one.

 

Here’s a recap on both vehicles:

 

Kahuna:  The hit of the 2003 North American International Auto Show in Detroit, the Kahuna featured a fabric roof that retracted completely out…

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Friday Fight:  Dodge Firearrow III vs. Dodge Kahuna

Test Your Dodge Knowledge!

At the Dodge Facebook page, we posed a test of knowledge for you Dodge experts. Here it goes:  The 1970 Dodge engine lineup included two 440-cubic-inch V8s with four-barrel carburetors. One 440 was rated at 350 horsepower; the other at 375 hp.

 

So: What were the differences between these two famous Dodge 440 engines?

 

Spoiler alert: the answer follows below, so if you don’t want to know yet, stop reading now.

 

The “standard” (if you will) Dodge 440 four-barrel that year had a bore and stroke of 4.32 inches…

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Friday Fight

Friday Fight

Let’s play pretend. What if you were allowed to have your choice between these two unique, custom-crafted Dodge concept cars?  You can take home only one, but it’s all yours.  Which of these priceless collector cars would you select to have in your garage?

 

First is the Dodge Copperhead, a two-seat sports car unveiled at the 1997 North American International Auto Show in Detroit.  Just one of its memorable features was the paint, a specially mixed color called Copper Fire Orange that was applied in 37 painstaking coats. With a multichromatic pigment…

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