The Dodge Life Store Is Now Open for Business!

For all of you who aren’t content to simply wear the Dodge logo on your hood, the brand new Dodge Life store is now open to let you proudly emblazon every aspect of your life with the car brand you love best. We’ve got t-shirts, hoodies, even die-cast cars, with more items being added soon. Some of the highlights:

Dodge Super Bee Thermal Tee ($32.95)

This unisex long-sleeve shirt comes emblazoned with the classic Super Bee logo in gray on the front.

Women’s Studio “D” Tee ($23.95)

(shown above) This light blue fitted American Apparel all-cotton T-shirt boasts the Studio “D” logo on the front in green and black.

Dodge Charger Hoodie ($48.95)

(shown above) You can’t get much more classic than this: The iconic Charger logo on a kangaroo-pocket hoodie available in two timeless colors (heatehred red or heathered charcoal), made from soft and lightweight eco-fleece.

2003 Dodge Viper SRT-10 ($6.99)

This 1:43 scale metal Viper, limited to only 2, 500 models, has detailed graphics, a hood that opens to reveal the engine, and rubber tires.

Dodge Challenger Collector Set ($150)

(shown above) This high-quality limited-edition set features a 1970 Dodge Challenger R/T (in 1:24 scale) along with its offspring, the 2009 Challenger R/T Classic (in 1:18 scale), both with Hemi engine, factory-matched B5 Metallic Blue paint, opening hood, doors, and trunk, working suspension, and a detailed chassis.


    Posted February 7, 2010 at 9:26 pm | Permalink

    The $150 price tag on the collectors set is a little excessive, isn’t it? I have seen them on ebay for $75. Now I know where the dealers get their price gouging from.

  • Ben Dolman
    Posted February 14, 2010 at 1:31 am | Permalink

    Can we PLEASE have a Canadian site!! With the same stuff because the Canadian store is terrible.

  • HEMIhead
    Posted February 14, 2010 at 8:33 am | Permalink

    Yes, please, a Canadian Site. And please open a MOPAR `buy Online` site for Canadians too
    as your recent Mopar store is U.S. Only. How hard can it be?

  • B5Blue2010
    Posted March 7, 2010 at 12:41 pm | Permalink

    To the canadians complaining about sites and stuff. The canadian site is accessible and they produce a beautiful 1:1 version of the challenger but if your price sensitive they will run you depending on your chosen options, $23,000 to roughly $50,000. I am just kidding around, my mom’s family all are canadians and have spent the last 43 summers in muskoka and have enjoyed working with the best thing other than the challenger, to come from the great white north , Tom Hnatiw. And yes I know our beer is too weak and cigarettes too strong. Remember cold can kill you – keep the tooks on tight and then come on down to Arizona where many of your countrymen have moved and they all love it. Got to go it just hit 72 farenheit and I must wax my challenger. Oh and congrats on winning hockey gold even though your national sport is lacrosse.

  • HEMIhead
    Posted March 8, 2010 at 7:14 am | Permalink

    Who’s complaining? If they want to sell stuff then they’d better have a site open.
    I am not so sure they want to sell anything these days.

  • Denis
    Posted April 3, 2010 at 5:14 pm | Permalink

    Is there a ZUNE cable available instead of the Ipod cable that comes with the Challenger Radio ?

  • robert daignault
    Posted July 4, 2010 at 2:11 pm | Permalink

    hemihead is absolutely correct when he wonders if chrysler wants to really sell anything

    try seeing any sign or getting an english brochure in quebec

    i wrote to head office in windsor requesting 2 english brochures for the ram.
    the cheap bastards sent me only 1
    however,i still bought the pick up in spite of chryslers attempts to DISSUADE me
    crackerhead july 4 2010

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  • Posted May 27, 2012 at 9:36 pm | Permalink

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