A Moody Mother Nature Fails to Dampen the Fun at the 32nd annual Mopar® Nationals

 

Some call it a tradition. Others look at it as a pilgrimage of sorts. Regardless of how you categorize one of the longest running enthusiast events, the 32nd annual Mopar Nationals is the highlight of the summer for many enthusiasts who share the same love and passion for everything under the Pentastar. As long-standing traditions go, this year’s event didn’t disappoint, despite what Mother Nature was throwing at us, as some of…

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A Moody Mother Nature Fails to Dampen the Fun at the 32nd annual Mopar® Nationals

Throwback Thursday: Dodge Intrepid Leads the Way For the Modern Sedan

 

The Dodge Intrepid’s “cab-forward” design helped make it one of the best-selling sedans of the 1990s and early 2000s – but its innovation didn’t stop there.  With futuristic, concept-born styling and advanced engines with class-leading power, Intrepid was for Dodge both a dramatic step forward and a return to the brand’s spirited past.

 

While cab-forward design – the process of literally shifting a car’s cabin forward – originated in small imports, Intrepid marked its first application in a North…

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Throwback Thursday: Dodge Intrepid Leads the Way For the Modern Sedan

Cruisin’ Woodward: My First Time

 

By: Steve Magnante

 

Though I currently live in rural Massachusetts, I spent sixteen years in Los Angeles. Eight of my years there involved serving as Technical Editor for Hot Rod magazine where I had a 31 mile daily commute from my home in El Monte to the Petersen Publishing complex at 6420 Wilshire Blvd., on the border of Beverly Hills. Well, you’ve probably heard all about L.A. traffic and I’m here to tell you it’s all true. My daily commute to the office – one way –…

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Cruisin’ Woodward: My First Time