Dodge Firearrow IV Convertible

Dodge Firearow IV Convertible

 

In 1953 and 1954, Dodge created a handful of very special concept cars bearing the Firearrow name. To this day, experts count the Firearrows among the most beautiful and distinctive Dodge vehicles ever built.

 

The four-seat convertible shown here is Firearrow IV, the final edition of the series. Like its predecessors, the Firearrow IV was a collaboration between the Chrysler design director Virgil Exner and famed stylist Luigi Segre of the Ghia design house in Turin, Italy. The 119-inch wheelbase chassis and Red Ram HEMI® V8 engine were…

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Dodge Firearrow IV Convertible

Introducing the 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad

Dodge Journey Crossroad

 

Sometimes a journey is defined by the direction taken at a crossroad. For the 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad model—the newest addition to the Dodge Journey lineup—that direction was toward ruggedness and adventure.

 

The 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad is packed with distinctive features, each one designed to complement the vehicle’s rugged, can-do nature. Outside, the distinct visual elements include special performance fascias front and rear, darked-tinted headlamps and taillamps, and platinum chrome roof rails and trim accents. Topping off the exterior package are a Crossroad badge on the…

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Introducing the 2014 Dodge Journey Crossroad

The Original Scat Pack Auto Show Debut

The Original Scat Pack Auto Show Debut

Ken Bowser / Hamtramck Historical

 

Old-school enthusiasts first fell in love with the original and iconic Dodge Scat Pack vehicles at auto shows across the country during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Today, a new generation of car lovers is being initiated to the reborn Dodge Scat Pack at events such as the North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) in Detroit, Mich., open to the public January 18 – 26.

 

The Dodge brand display at Detroit’s COBO Center will host…

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The Original Scat Pack Auto Show Debut