Here’s a V10 Dodge Tomahawk Super Gallery, You’re Welcome
The 2003 Dodge Tomahawk is, without question, one of the most unique machines to come from a big manufacturer in the last quarter-century.
Today a Craiglist link showed up in my inbox showing a used car listing for a 2001 Honda S2000 packing the engine and transmission from a Dodge Viper. Now, I am not a fan of crossbreed cars…if you want to drive a Honda car – you should suffer with the Honda engine and it breaks […] More »
It’s been almost twenty years since Dodge released the second-gen Viper (1996), the iconic blue-with-white-stripes GTS that paced the ’96 Indy 500. Three generations later and the car isn’t even a Dodge anymore, it’s an SRT. But as a Mopar enthusiast, my only concern is whether the car lost its manic edge. Has it become […] More »
When we think about the history of Mopar muscle cars, a big, brawny 2-door sedan like the 1959 Plymouth Belvedere is probably not a vehicle that comes to mind. However, the off white ’59 Belvedere shown in the video below packs major muscles borrowed from the mighty Dodge Viper. The video doesn’t say which generation […] More »
While many younger Dodge and Ram fans may not remember the day when there was a V10 Dodge Ram pickup with a V10 engine that wasn’t sporting the SRT10 badge, older DF’ers will likely recall the Ram 2500 of the late 1990s and early 2000s that offered 310 horsepower and 450lb-ft of torque. While that […] More »