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Get Ready for the New Age of Playboy with These Vintage Pictures of Hot Dodge and Plymouth Vehicles

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The last issue of Playboy magazine to feature nude pictorials, the January/February 2016 edition, hit newsstands on December 11 of last year. The publication will begin its clothed era and start to focus more on investigative journalism, liquor content, and stories about visual artists in March.

  Comments | By - January 11, 2016

Do You Really Need a Ram Truck?

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Ram trucks are great for getting in and out of tough spots. But what did people drive in slop when Ram trucks didn’t yet exist? Work wasn’t going to do itself– so even back then, people relied on Dodge equipment to carry them through the messiest, muddiest terrains there were. Who knows how a vehicle […] More »

  Comments | By - June 14, 2013

The 1966/67 Dodge Charger: For the “Go” Generation

by Robert Tate On New Year’s Day of 1966, the original Dodge Charger made its debut as the “Leader of the Dodge Rebellion”. It was an instant hit among the buying public. However, it was the Dodge Charger II prototype that was displayed earlier to crowds in Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Tampa that generated […] More »

  Comments | By - August 25, 2011

1981-2009 Dodge Ram Pickup Truck History: Chrysler, Crosshair Grille, Cummins, Chassis, Engine, and Performance

There is much to discuss between the debut of the 1981-2009 Dodge Ram and the original Dodge truck, which was introduced in 1917. Named the “commercial car”, the pickup truck has seemingly been around since the availability of the automobile to the American public. The solid sided version panel truck (perhaps the original “Dodge” Ram […] More »

  Comments | By - August 7, 2009

1998-2007 Dodge Durango History: Engine, Performance, Horsepower, and Torque

The full-sized Dodge Ramcharger, predecessor to the Dodge Durango, was introduced in the mid 1970’s when the American automotive market was seeing a new kind of truck, though it was labeled a station wagon. They typically bore a pickup truck front end and chassis with a solid cap, and the interior was unlike the typical […] More »

  Comments | By - August 6, 2009

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