It was the summer of 1967. Music was in the air at Monterey Pop, and lots of things were new the first Super Bowl, the television show Sesame Street, and Rolling Stone magazine all debuted that year. On the streets of Detroit, Dodge prepared to unveil one of the most iconic designs of the muscle car era, the 1968 Charger.Read More
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Dodge Durango: The Dealer Driveaway
Since 1998 when you heard the word Durango you know longer thought of a little ski town in southern Colorado, but instead thought of the great ride that you could easily pack up with the whole family and head out to the slopes. Family of six? No problem. Guys weekend away? Done and done. Cross-country road trip? Plenty of room. Helping your neighbor move? Well, you can decide on that one.
Dodge has a proud history of supporting cultural and educational community activities, sponsoring exhibits like Splendors of Ancient Egypt, Van Gogh: Face to Face, and On the Edge: Contemporary Art. This year, the company brought the very cool exhibit Accidental Mummies of Guanajuato to the Detroit Science Center. The 10,000 square-foot exhibition space showcases 36 mummies on loan from the Museo de las Momias de Guanajuato in the city of Guanajuato, Mexico, giving a fascinating look into a mysterious natural mummification process that no one fully understands …Read More