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here’s what a new 2 door Charger looks like

November 3rd, 2017 by admin

Obviously better looking than a 4 door. So, why can’t Dodge FCA figure this out and stop making 4 doors, or, make a 2 and a 4 door Charger?

It wasn’t that long ago, most cars had the 2 and 4 door, and station wagon version.

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here’s what a new 2 door Charger looks like

"Project Long Haul," a total restoration of a 1937 Dodge 1/2-ton pickup by Tommy Pike Customs, celebrating MOPAR’s 80th anniversary

November 2nd, 2017 by admin

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"Project Long Haul," a total restoration of a 1937 Dodge 1/2-ton pickup by Tommy Pike Customs, celebrating MOPAR’s 80th anniversary

Dream Factory Blow, a company in Japan that can make a stock vanilla van or truck look like a classic (Thanks Burkey!)

August 18th, 2017 by admin

they manufacture high quality plastic kits to transform A Honda van into a 70’s Dodge van, amongst others.

http://www.blow-net.co.jp/products-cars

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Dream Factory Blow, a company in Japan that can make a stock vanilla van or truck look like a classic (Thanks Burkey!)

1915 Death Valley Dodge

May 27th, 2017 by admin

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1915 Death Valley Dodge

I probably would have passed by this 1970 Dodge van without a photo, but the display of family photos of them on the road with it really made it special enough to share. It really is the story you get with a car that means more than the intrinsic interest of the vehicle, quite often

May 1st, 2017 by admin

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I probably would have passed by this 1970 Dodge van without a photo, but the display of family photos of them on the road with it really made it special enough to share. It really is the story you get with a car that means more than the intrinsic interest of the vehicle, quite often

A car I’ve never seen before, not in magazines, books, tv shows, or car shows… in fact, I doubt anyone can identify this soley on the front or back or side photos. Yes, it’s a Dodge, but have you ever seen one? Can you tell what model or year?

April 9th, 2017 by admin

See what I mean, nothing on the car says what model… so, here you are, a one of 1458 made

I’ve never even heard of them.

This one belongs to a former SeaBee Master Chief, a really great guy, who inherited it from his father in law. It has a 383.

They made the 880 from 1962 1/2 to 1964 if I recall what he told me correctly.

Check out that simple contract. Wow. Now they are pages and pages of nonsense, and this was 1/2

thanks to Andrew, Jeremy, Kurt, Milton, and Dan!

April 2nd, 2017 by admin

Once I get the tires replaced on my Dodge that basically were on too long, and began to fall apart, I will finally replace the gas tank level sending unit, and be able to tell how much gas in the tank for the first time since buying the car!

Just keeping track of the miles since topping off the tank has done me well for all these years, (I got the R/T in 2002) but it’s no fun not knowing how much is left in the tank…. it’s sucked.

convertible Super Bee with yellow stripe tires, the 1968 show circuit car

February 23rd, 2017 by admin

The origin of the name, “Super Bee”, has its basis in the “B” Body designation pertinent to Chrysler’s mid-sized cars, including the Road Runner and Charger.

Dodge Brothers railcar, or rail bus (before and after decades of neglect)

August 18th, 2016 by admin

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Dodge Brothers railcar, or rail bus (before and after decades of neglect)

new cars are so low maintenance it’s astonishing.. no zircs to grease, no oil needed in the filter, or the horn. Yeah, horns used to need oil! (see the 2000 mile section)

August 1st, 2016 by admin

When people complain about how expensive their car is to maintain, just remind them of this 1930’s Dodge maintenance schedule wherein you had to replace engine oil every 1,000 miles, transmission and rear axle fluid every 5,000 miles and let’s not forget the need to lubricant your horn!

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