Behind-the-Scenes Glimpse at the Making of the ACR-X

Last week at the Conner Avenue factory, production began on Dodge Viper serial number ACR-X001. The ACR-X001, however, is not just any ordinary car or even ordinary Viper, as it’s poised to continue Viper¬ís storied racing history.


To celebrate this, Red Letter Dodge is giving our loyal readers an insider peak courtesy of the Viper team. Over the past few days, they were on hand at Conner Avenue, snapping rare behind-the-scenes footage of the…

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Behind-the-Scenes Glimpse at the Making of the ACR-X

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

Spring Festival of LXs: The Men Behind the Machines

As many of you readers and loyal Dodge hooners may already be aware, the 5th annual Spring Festival of LX is fast approaching. This year, RLD will be doing a little legwork to ensure that every Dodge enthusiast can enjoy SF5 as much as those that will be in attendance. In addition to our very own man on the ground, we’ll also be following the whereabouts of four enthusiasts- LX forum members Anthony Carter, Pedro Murillo, Travis Copenhaver and the head honcho himself, Spring Festival founder John Fortuno, as…

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Spring Festival of LXs: The Men Behind the Machines