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If the Founding Fathers drove a Dodge

Alright history buffs, which Dodge vehicle would each of the Founding Fathers bring to battle? Here’s what we think.

If the Founding Fathers drove a Dodge

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If the Founding Fathers drove a Dodge

Behind The Scenes: The Birth of “Freedom”

Last week, we unveiled our new Dodge Challenger ad featuring an awesome combination of muscle, speed, and Mrs. Doubtfire George Washington. Appropriately enough, given its debut during the US v EU World Cup match, “Freedom,” was staged to resemble a battlefield circa 1776 – albeit with much more horsepower. The ensuing clash between the charging Americans and the simpering Redcoats proved an appropriate analogy for the United States’ win.


Check out the video above to get up close and personal with the…

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Behind The Scenes: The Birth of “Freedom”

Cry Havoc and Let Slip the Dogs of War

During his First Annual Address to Congress in January of 1790, President George Washington said, “To be prepared for war is one of the most effectual means of preserving peace.” For the past decade, the muscle car segment has been quietly battling to keep a sea of dull daily drivers at bay, and the tension has finally reached its fever pitch. We are standing on the cusp of a revolution, and we are nothing if not prepared. We’ve got the horsepower, the…

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Cry Havoc and Let Slip the Dogs of War