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A Spring Fest Roundup of 5.7-Liter HEMI® Engine Cover Artwork

By Steve Magnante

 

Spring-Fest-9

 

 

The ninth annual Spring Festival of LXs is now over, and its 1,200-plus participants are — by now — back to work and getting set for next year’s event. I’m still amazed by the variety of modern Dodge LX-based cars that turned out. We saw 4-door Magnum wagons, 4-door Charger sedans and 2-door Challenger pony cars, most of which packed 5.7-liter HEMI® power beneath their sleek hoods.

 

Here’s the thing about the 5.7-liter HEMI — unless you’re talking about the just-released Shaker hood scoop option for Challengers, the 5.7…

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A Spring Fest Roundup of 5.7-Liter HEMI® Engine Cover Artwork

Spring Fest 6 –Hit the Ignition Button!


 
The time has come to switch on the ignition and hit the button for the sixth annual LX Spring Fest in Irvine, California. For those of you just tuning in, the Spring Fest is the largest gathering of late-model Dodge Challenger, Charger, Magnum and Chrysler 300 vehicles on the planet. Think of it as a huge family reunion of like-minded car junkies who live and breathe power, performance and personalization. The weekend’s festivities kicked into gear Thursday night with a cruise to the infamous…

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Spring Fest 6 –Hit the Ignition Button!

Westward Migration – Spring Festival of LXs

 

If the Wellborn Musclecar Museum is Mopar Mecca, then the annual Spring Festival of LXs (Spring Fest for short) is, without a doubt, modern Mopar Mecca. 2005 to present Dodge Charger, Challenger, Magnum and Chrysler 300 owners from across the United States, Canada, and as far away as Germany migrate westward to showcase their customized LX and LC vehicles. (LX, for those out there who don’t know, is the designated name of platform shared by the Dodge Charger, Magnum and Chrysler 300 from 2005-2010. …

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Westward Migration – Spring Festival of LXs