Dodge’s Military Might – Part I

 

As we look forward to Memorial Day, Dodge looks back across the long history of military production. As early as 1918, Dodge was producing Touring Cars for the U.S. Army. These vehicles featured modifications from the civilian models, such as rugged canvas duck fabric tops and khaki paint with the Army serial numbers painted across the hoods to allow for easy identification. (more…)

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Dodge’s Military Might – Part I

Moparty at the Strip

Vegas, baby.  For Dodge enthusiasts—and Chrysler, Ram, and Plymouth  fans, too— one of the great events of the year is the Moparty at the Strip.  Las Vegas Motor Speedway, neatly situated at the Northern end of the fabulous Las Vegas strip, plays host to this giant event, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.  Organizers plan to make the 2012 edition, scheduled for April 13-15, the best Moparty yet.

 

A full-immersion gearhead weekend, the Moparty features a juried car show, a swap meet, and a car corral, among…

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Moparty at the Strip

History of the Dodge Super Bee – Part 3: A New Decade

 

As the 2012 Dodge Super Bee gets ready to come rolling down the line at the Brampton Assembly Plant, we wanted to look back at the origins of this iconic musclecar. In our continuing history of the Super Bee, part one looked at its origins and part two discussed its evolution on how it became a force to be reckoned with on both the street and the drag strips across the country.

 

As…

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History of the Dodge Super Bee – Part 3: A New Decade