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.
Caption: 1969 Dodge Charger R/T
Were curious how you came to be part of the Dodge family. Did a Neon keep you company through college? Stole your first kiss in Dads 72 Dart?
Can you relate to this guy and his Challenger? Or maybe you simply cant forget the first time you heard a Viper, rumbling away at that corner gas station. Whatever car it was for you, we want to hear the story behind it in the comments below. In fact,…
This blue Super Bee was on display in Mopar Alley. Dodges answer to the Plymouth Road Runner, the Super Bee offered consumers on a tight budget a great performance vehicle that could run with cars twice the price. This 1970 model sported the traditional Bumble Bee Stripe and had a big-block Wedge for power.
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