Dodge: A Tradition of Service

 

Did you know that Dodges were the first automobiles to officially serve in the United States military?

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Dodge: A Tradition of Service

Recap: REDLINE Dodge at Carlisle

This past weekend marked maybe the greatest Carlisle All-Chrysler Nationals yet, and REDLINE Dodge was there for all the action with streaming video.

 

There’s almost too much to take in. The events and attractions for 2012 included a collector car sellers’ corral, a collection of vintage Dodge and Plymouth NASCAR race cars, an authentic  circa-1972 car dealership, and a juried car show featuring the world’s finest classic Dodge, Plymouth, and Chrysler vehicles. Check out the list of winners.

 

All told, there was somewhere north of 2,000 classic Mopars of…

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Recap: REDLINE Dodge at Carlisle

1956 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer D-500

Here’s something you won’t see today, a car with five names. Count them, five:  presenting the 1956 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer D-500. But then, the automakers tended to take everything over the top in the 1950s. It’s what makes the cars of the era so memorable.

 

The mouthful of names makes its own kind of sense once you break it down: Custom Royal indicates the top-of-the-line trim level in the ’56 Dodge lineup, which also included Coronet and Royal.

 

Lancer refers to the pillarless hardtop body style;…

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1956 Dodge Custom Royal Lancer D-500