Cool Thread of the Day: How Fast Has Your 3g Durango Gone?
While many sport utility vehicles offer vastly more utility than sport – the 3rd generation Dodge Durango is an SUV that covers all of the bases. It can tow, it can comfortably seat 6 people (more if those people are smaller), it has a huge cargo area and it has a pair of powerful engines […] More »
This week’s Tire Shredding Tuesday video features a silver Dodge Magnum SRT8 doing a big nasty burnout in another country – which I believe to be Sweden based on the license plate and the fact that the description is in Swedish. When translated, the “about” explains that the other was preparing to swap to winter […] More »
Tow hooks can be handy when you need to pull a Explorer out of the ditch but the Mopar tow hooks for the 3rd generation Dodge Durango are a touch on the pricey side for an item that you may not ever use. I mean, they look great too but the prices from Mopar might […] More »
This week’s featured Question of the Week is as simple as that – what is your favorite generation Dodge Ram pickup? The first generation Dodge Ram (shown above) was introduced in 1981 and ran through the 1993 model year when the “rules were changed”. These trucks relied on old school carbureted V8 engines for power […] More »
This week’s Muddy Monday feature takes a look at an early 3rd gen Dodge Ram 1500 doing a burnout in a mud puddle…or at least that is what the video calls it. As we all know, doing a “burnout” involves spinning the tires on some sort of surface that is solid enough to cause the […] More »