HEMI-powered Dodge Charger 500 mixes it up in vintage NASCAR action
If theres one thing we love as much as modern racing, its kicking back and watching vintage footage of our favorite childhood cars going at each other around the nations tri-ovals. Theres just nothing like seeing heroes like Buddy Baker, Bobby Allison and Bobby Isaac piloting their old-school Dodge Chargers to the front of the pack. The good news: We got our hands on a stack of film from way back…
Photo Credit: Hotchkis Sport Suspension
Dodge Challengers live up to their namesake when given a chance to prove it on the road course after some suspensions changes.
Back in the heyday of the musclecar, everyone thought straight. The usual purpose for owning cars like these were stoplight victories, stomping on the loud pedal and feeling the tires spin as you headed down the boulevard against a real or imagined opponent. Illegal, yes, but typical for the era. On the weekends, things were more serious; drag…Read More
The 23rd annual Performance and Racing Industry (or PRI) show was held in Orlando, Florida on December 9-11, again offering a fresh opportunity to see the latest technical developments on the performance front from around the world. In the Mopar booth, mixed in with information kiosks and parts displays, were two revolutionary vehicles. One was a Pro Stock class Dodge Demon drag car from 1972 that represented the fruits of victory associated with skill and hard effort.