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Landy Legacy Tour, Part 4: Gators Country and Winning It All

By Geoff Stunkard

 

As mentioned last time, I knew I would be burning up the highway heading east to Florida with the 2015 Challenger R/T Scat Pack. The camaraderie I experienced with other Dodge owners during my westbound jaunt continued with thumbs-up approval signs instead of being able to stop and “talk shop” about the car. On my way out, I actually spent an hour or so in Arizona with fellow owner Mike Leavy, who had a new Challenger R/T in black. Mike was on his own eastbound run across Route 66, taking in the vintage sights much as…

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Landy Legacy Tour, Part 4: Gators Country and Winning It All

Landy Legacy Tour, Part 2: California, Here I Come…

 

By Geoff Stunkard

 

As I worked my way west with the 2015 Challenger R/T Scat Pack, the mother road beckoned stops. In Texas, I found a vintage-car graveyard, complete with Mopars from the era of tail fins and chrome excess; somewhat hauntingly, it reminded me I was following paths blazed long ago. Old Route 66 and US40 intersect and become one in some locations, and with a chill in the air, I stopped off at a legendary steakhouse near Amarillo. It actually tied into the trip, as a major drag racing event was held nearby during the heyday of Dick…

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Landy Legacy Tour, Part 2: California, Here I Come…

The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 5, 1960-1969

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Welcome back to the Dodge Heritage Series, a 10-part exploration of Dodge brand history. This is Part 5 in the series.

 

The 1960s were a memorable time for Dodge. It was the golden age of the American muscle car, and Dodge was on the cutting edge of performance, engineering and styling and would lead the way in producing some of the most exciting cars of the era.

 

Dodge didn’t offer just one high-performance nameplate during these years, but an entire lineup of cars with industry-leading muscle and flair. While the early 1960s…

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The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 5, 1960-1969