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The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 10, Overview & Conclusion

 

1973 Dodge Challenger

 

Welcome back to the Dodge Heritage Series, a 10-part exploration of Dodge brand history. The goal of this installment — the final in the series (for now!) — is to provide a short description of, and easy navigation to, the nine previous Heritage Series posts. Thank you for reading, and enjoy!

 

The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 1, 1914–1929

The official history of the Dodge automobile begins in 1914, but the story of the Dodge brothers in the automobile business reaches back even further. John and Horace Dodge were among the…

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The Dodge Heritage Series: Part 10, Overview & Conclusion

Dodge Dart Is Named the 2014 Connected Car of the Year

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The accolades keep rolling in. With its exclusive, state-of-the-art available Uconnect® system, the Dodge Dart has been named Connected World magazine’s 2014 Connected Car of the Year.

 

The award was presented on stage at the Connected World Conference Pavilion at the 2014 Chicago Auto Show. Basing their selections on what they describe as “the ideal mix of safety, convenience and infotainment technology,” the magazine’s editorial team presented the award in six vehicle classifications: small, midsize, luxury, ultra-luxury, green and truck. The 2014 Dart took home the honors in the highly competitive…

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Dodge Dart Is Named the 2014 Connected Car of the Year

No Reservations | What It’s Like to Sell a Car at Barrett-Jackson

By Steve Magnante

 

Faithful Redline readers will recognize my name as a regular contributor to this esteemed site devoted to all things wonderful and Dodge. But to newcomers, my name is Steve Magnante and I’m also a regular on-stage vehicle commentator at the world-famous Barrett-Jackson collector car auctions on Fox Sports 1 (formerly Speed).

 

Barrett-Jackson produces four auctions annually, but the Scottsdale, Arizona, show is by far the greatest, and the recent January event was no disappointment, with $113 million generated by the sale of nearly 1,400 collector vehicles of virtually every description. The top-selling Chrysler family product was the 1954…

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No Reservations | What It’s Like to Sell a Car at Barrett-Jackson