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

Discovery’s Desert Car Kings Resurrect a 1968 Charger


 

The Discovery Channel’s newest automotive themed reality show ‘Desert Car Kings’ follows Ron and Jason McClure and their family business, Desert Valley Auto Parts in Phoenix, Arizona. These two travel to junk yards, back yards, barns and even abandoned warehouses in search of vintage vehicles to restore. Their mission is to breathe new life into these classics and get them back on the highways and byways and eventually take them to auction to fetch some money to recoup their investment. Tonight’s episode has them restoring an…

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Discovery’s Desert Car Kings Resurrect a 1968 Charger

A 1970 Dodge Charger R/T Brought Me to the Brand

 
For some of us, becoming a Dodge fan wasn’t so much of a choice as it was an inherited trait. If you were born into a Mopar family, you know what we’re talking about. Maybe mom and dad had a Dodge in the driveway while you were growing up, or maybe it was an older brother or that cool uncle that introduced you to what it means to have a V8 under the hood. Kurt Balhorn knows all about having Mopar in his bloodstream. His father had both…

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A 1970 Dodge Charger R/T Brought Me to the Brand