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RLD at the 2010 New York International Auto Show

The final day of exclusive press access to the 2010 New York International Auto Show drew to a close this afternoon and tomorrow, the doors at the Jacob Javitz Convention Center will be flung open to the public. If you aren’t one of those lucky few who are able to attend this year, there’s no need to despair. We utilized our behind-the-scenes passes for more than just free breakfast this year and spent the last two days snapping high-res images of every piece of machinery bearing the Dodge logo.

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RLD at the 2010 New York International Auto Show

From The Archives: Coronet Answers The Call

Prior to the late 1950′s, police departments across the country were purchasing stock Chrysler vehicles straight from dealer lots and personally outfitting them for police duty. Recognizing the growing demand for a vehicle tailored exclusively to the needs of law enforcement, in 1956 Dodge released the Coronet police package, the first Dodge purposely built for police work. Unlike the Coronet readily available to consumers, the Coronet police car featured a heavy duty suspension, more powerful brakes, and a pursuit-ready…

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From The Archives: Coronet Answers The Call

Who Says Chargers Aren’t for Women?

I’m Gone is a call out to the confident Charger-driving women out there who know how to burn rubber. It turns the classic break-up cliché on its head, giving a nod to the ladies for once. It’s a nod to the mystery and power of a strong woman– mysterious, cool, in-control and not willing to settle.

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Who Says Chargers Aren’t for Women?