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1964 Dodge Custom 880 Convertible

1964 Dodge Custom 880 Convertible

 

Here’s one of the largest and most expensive convertibles ever found in Dodge showrooms: the 1964 Custom 880 Convertible.

 

Riding on a luxurious 122-inch wheelbase and featuring a base price of $3,850, the 880 Custom Convertible was a whole lot of car. The Dodge brand, introduced to the public in 1914, was celebrating its golden anniversary in 1964, and the 880 Custom was the flagship of the line that year.

 

We know the sleek red job shown here is the top-of-the-line 880 Custom in two ways: the bright…

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1964 Dodge Custom 880 Convertible

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

1973 Dodge Monaco

1973 Dodge Monaco

 

The elegant Monaco was the top of the line in two-door hardtops from Dodge in 1973. On the strength of its 122-inch wheelbase and enormous, almost living-room-sized interior, Dodge called the big cruiser “one of the roomiest and most comfortable cars on the road regardless of price,” and justifiably so.

 

Loaded with features, the Monaco’s standard equipment included power steering, power disc brakes,
electric clock, and wood-grain interior trim. TorqueFlite automatic transmission was also standard, coupled to the buyer’s choice of a wide array of engines:  the standard 360-cubic-inch V8,…

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1973 Dodge Monaco