11 Great Gifts for Dodge Fans

Still not sure what to get for your hard-driving family and friends? We’re here to help with 11 last-minute gifts for the Dodge owner or enthusiast on your list…

Dodge Avenger Mopar Interior Ambient Lighting kit: Perfect for Avenger owners who love to customize, this multiple color lighting kit illuminates underneath both driver and passenger side compartments. Think of it as an in-car mood ring. ($240)

Remote Control Dodge Challenger: $28: For the little gearhead-in-training, this remote control Challenger comes in coveted Detonator Yellow. ($28)

Remote Control Charger Police Car: Worried the Challenger is teaching your young ones a bad lesson? This rechargeable police cruiser, modeled after the fierce Dodge Charger line of patrol cars, will help get them get on the right side of the law. ($28)

NASCAR Hall of Fame Personalized Commemorative Brick: Give the racing fans in your life the chance to cement their own spot at the NASCAR Hall of Fame with a brick installed at the facility’s Ceremonial Plaza (opening in Spring 2010). You can also get them a replica to display on their own personal racetrack at home. ($150-$325; replica $65-$150)

Drew Pearson Dodge “HEMI” Shred Flame Cap: This officially licensed HEMI Cap features a fierce flame design along with Dodge and HEMI embroidering. ($9)

HEMI Christmas ornament: Inject some octane into the family Christmas tree with this ornament crafted to resemble the 426 HEMI engine. ($17)

Dodge Viper SRT/10 Convertible Metal Die Cast: This highly detailed 1:18 scale diecast Viper replica is a carbon copy of the real sports car — well, minus a bit of power, of course. ($50)

Dodge Nitro Bike Rack: Straight out of Mopar comes this hitch-mount bicycle carrier, available in either a two or four bike capacity for outdoorsy Nitro owners. ($268-$308)

Chrome Exhaust Tips: These easy-to-install tips add a sporty, finished look to the Dodge Journey. ($65)

Cat-back Exhaust System: For the gearhead Challenger, Charger, or Magnum owner, this free-flow system boosts horsepower, torque and fuel economy — in addition to adding a deep-toned exhaust note.

Mopar Stage 2 Coilover Suspension Kit: This performance kit utilizes stainless steel struts and adjustable spring perches to lower your Dodge Charger or Magnum. ($1, 430)


  • HEMIhead
    Posted December 23, 2009 at 6:48 am | Permalink

    To RLD and staff, to all those MOPAR heads out there,
    See you all in 2010!

    • RLD
      Posted December 23, 2009 at 1:07 pm | Permalink

      HEMI Holidays to you too, HEMIhead! Here’s to a bright 2010!

  • Posted December 24, 2009 at 1:59 am | Permalink

    Nice choices… thinking about the bike rack for the wife’s Nitro… nothin for my charger though. The Commemorative Brick, looks like a tombstone… johnny rapped his NeonSRT4 around a telephone pole… but at least he won.

  • Posted February 2, 2010 at 9:49 pm | Permalink

    🙂 Nice stuff, But i have a Neon…a 1st gen Neon…where is all your nice stuff for your 90’s cars? lol.

    • Posted May 27, 2012 at 12:13 am | Permalink

      Other changes made to the 6.1-liter SRT inucdle an increased compression proportion of 10.3:1, and a fortified valve train, which permits the engine to perform at a higher Revs per minute . The 3.5-liter V6 also has a dual-tuned intake manifold, an overhead camshaft, and an electronic throttle control system.

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