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SRT Builds One of a Kind Viper for Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne


This awesome one-off Viper features pearl white paint, black vapor chrome wheels and a custom interior with plenty of Italian flag accents. Marchionne donated the Viper to the Sons of Italy Foundation, and it will be auctioned off to raise money for the charity. Check out the video after the jump!

  Comments | By - May 30, 2013

Defiance Charger is Pure Awesome

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SyFy’s new post-apocalpytic series Defiance features one badass Mopar. Watch the new trailer that shows how a new Charger transforms from a “near future” suburban grocery getter to a Mad Max-worthy vehicle in 2046. Video after the jump!

  Comments | By - May 21, 2013

Classic Mopar Hauler on eBay

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What’s the best way to transport your classic Mopar muscle car to a show? How about this classic Dodge race car hauler built by famous 50s NASCAR driver Cotton Owens? He built this back in 1987 by taking a 1977 D700 cab and chassis and welding it to a 1980 Club Cab. It’s on eBay now with a Buy It Now price of $26,500. Worth it? More pics after the jump!

  Comments | By - May 20, 2013

Dodge Dart and Durango Win Total Quality Awards

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As mentioned on Autoblog, domestics dominated this year’s Total Quality awards by Strategic Vision. This was the first time that this has happened in over a decade. And Dodge was tops in two categories: the Dart was named Best Small Car and the Durango was named Best Midsize Traditional Utility. The Dart’s win was especially […] More »

  Comments | By - May 20, 2013

Jeep is Building the Millionth Wrangler JK Today


The JK Wrangler made its debut in 2007 and as of today, Jeep has built one million examples of this popular model. It has become increasingly refined in recent years, especially with the introduction of the more efficient and powerful 3.6-liter Pentastar V6. And the four door Unlimited model has been a huge success for […] More »

  Comments | By - May 17, 2013

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