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Introducing Brian S. – The Official Guest Blogger for REDLINE Dodge

Drive the REDLINE Dodge Blogger Winner!

When the phone rang that afternoon, I hadn’t expected the news that was being delivered: I had been named the Official REDLINE Dodge Blogger. Oddly, it didn’t register at first…Yet, after a few moments, everything became clear. I was going to be writing for Dodge, and traveling to events for Dodge over the next six months! Dream gig NAILED. It was on to the really fun work, and that brings us here.

 

My name is Brian, and I’ll be working to inform, entertain, hopefully enlighten, and…

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Introducing Brian S. – The Official Guest Blogger for REDLINE Dodge

What’s in a Name? Logos from Past and Present

Whats in a Name

 

Badges, scripts, emblems, logos…no matter what you call them, there’s plenty of mystique tied up in a vehicle’s nameplate.

 

When the Dodge brothers, Horace and John, built their first automobile back in 1914, their final touch was a small enamel badge on the radiator with their company logo: a circle with two interlocking triangles inside, one white and one black, forming a six-pointed star. Old school machinists, the brothers were fiercely proud of their work and the emblem was their badge of honor.

 

Through nearly 100 years of Dodge…

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What’s in a Name? Logos from Past and Present

Road Trip with Steve Visits Mopar® in the Park | Great Lakes – Farmington, MN

Road Trip with Steve Visits Mopar® in the Park

 

The first leg of the Dart Road Trip with Steve Magnante came to an end at Mopars in the Park, an all MOPAR® car show and swap meet in Farmington, MN. The show featured vehicles of all makes, models and years, including over 100 late-model Dodge Challengers. The swap meet was loaded with parts ready to be bolted onto project cars waiting in garages back home. There were even some vintage Dodge vehicles that were available for purchase.

 

A treat for…

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Road Trip with Steve Visits Mopar® in the Park | Great Lakes – Farmington, MN