A 1969 Dodge Charger Brought Me to the Dodge Brand

 
Thanks to a certain TV show, the 1969 Dodge Charger is responsible for creating more than its fair share of Mopar fans. We know we spent a good portion of our youth glued to the screen of the family television as Bo and Luke Duke outwitted and out-drove Sheriff Roscoe P. Coltrane around Hazard County. For Clint Davis, the show was the start of an obsession that eventually culminated in the purchase of one rough, but ultimately perfect ’69. Clint writes,
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A 1969 Dodge Charger Brought Me to the Dodge Brand

Falling For Dodge, One Super Bee at a Time

 

We’ve been hearing some great stories about how fans of the Dodge brand first came to know the Mopar name. Last time, we heard a tale of love lost and found again with Bruce’s story of a pair of Coronets and a smoking 2009 Viper ACR in the same beautiful hue of blue. We’re huge fans of the Coronet R/T for obvious reasons, and the Viper holds a special place in our hearts, too. This time around, we’ve got a guy who got the Mopar bug from another awesome…

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Falling For Dodge, One Super Bee at a Time

2011 Charger styling: Days of Future Passed




It was the summer of 1967. Music was in the air at Monterey Pop, and lots of things were new – the first Super Bowl, the television show Sesame Street, and Rolling Stone magazine all debuted that year. On the streets of Detroit, Dodge prepared to unveil one of the most iconic designs of the muscle car era, the 1968 Charger.

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2011 Charger styling: Days of Future Passed