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Remember the Duke Boys? That is the Dukes of Hazzard not the Duke University Basketball Team. The Dukes of Hazzard was a CBS series from 1979 – 85. The shows follows the lives of the Duke Boys, cousins Bo and … Continue reading
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Big news at Dodge in 1971. The B-Body Cornet and Charger were all-new. The Charger and it’s sister car the Cornet were completely restyled with a new split grille and more rounded “fuselage” bodystyle. 1971 Dodge Charger The Charger interior … Continue reading
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We recently spent the afternoon at a regional new car show. The show was all about showing consumers what each manufacturer currently had for sale, no specialty showcars. However, the group from Dodge an SRT and a Hemi or two. … Continue reading
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Dodge introduced the new Charger to the world during the January 1, 1966 Rose Bowl as the “Leader of the Dodge Rebellion”. The Charger was one Chrysler Corporation’s first steps into the specialty car market. In step with the position … Continue reading
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Back in the early 1970′s pony cars were the rage. Chevrolet had the Camaro, Ford had the Mustang, Plymouth had the Barracuda and Dodge had the Charger. But the Charger was a larger car, more of a muscle car than … Continue reading
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The Dodge Dart was an automobile built by Dodge from 1960 to 1976. And after a 37 year absence, it returned in 2013 in North America markets. Much like the 2013 Dart, the first production Dart was introduced as an … Continue reading
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The Dart Is Back! After a 37 year absence, Dodge is bringing back the Dart for 2013. The Dodge Dart became a separate model for Dodge in 1960. It was an immediate success and a threat to the competition, even … Continue reading