Question of the Week: Would You Join a Modern Scat Pack Club?

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Earlier today we talked about the rumors that Dodge is considering bringing back the Scat Pack from the 1960s and 1970s.  Back then, in addition to a lineup of specially marketed vehicles, Chrysler also introduced the Scat Pack Club where special access to performance packages from Mopar, a newsletter (technically two of them) and branded items such as patches, bumper stickers, shirts and more.  Back in 1970, joining the Scat Pack Club cost Dodge lovers $3 and while we wouldn’t expect it to be that inexpensive – would you join an official Dodge performance club for a reasonable price?  Click here for a look at our piece from earlier today detailing the original Scat Pack program.

Say that the new Scat Pack Club was open to any Dodge fans (not just those who purchase a new Scat Pack vehicle) and membership came with club credentials, a free Mopar Performance parts catalog, a vehicle decal (or decals) some apparel like a shirt or hat and a quarterly newsletter, would you sign up for a service like that?  If so, what would you consider to be a reasonable price for this program considering that the shirt, the decal and the catalog would regularly carry an MSRP in the range of 35-40?

Click here to head into the forum to tell us whether or not you would sign up for an official Dodge performance club and if you would – how much you would be willing to pay for annual membership.

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