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Dodge Daroo I

 

The Dodge Daroo I, one of the wildest factory show cars of the 1960s, was a collaboration between Dodge design manager Bill Brownlie and George Barris, Hollywood’s self-professed “King of the Kustomizers.”  Change was in the air and the Daroo, with its radical, cut-down profile and bold paint, made a big splash on the custom car show scene.

 

Brownlie sent to Barris a stock 1967 Dart GT convertible, which Barris shortened 10 inches in the rear and lengthened 17 inches in the front, forming…

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Dodge Daroo I

A Flex of Dodge Muscle at the LA Auto Show

A full line of 2010 Dodge vehicles fills most of the West Hall’s square footage at the LA Auto Show.


Dodge Charger, Challenger, Avenger, Nitro, Grand Caravan, Caliber and Journey models are all here, showcasing their key refinements for 2010. But of course, the Dodge making big news is the Viper SRT, which will have a limited production run of 500 units. One particular limited edition model, the ACR 1:33 — a tribute to the car that set the track record at Laguna Seca last month — will…

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A Flex of Dodge Muscle at the LA Auto Show