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    by Patrick Rall Over the last 31 years, the Mopar Nationals have given die hard Mopar enthusiasts a place to meet and experience all things Mopar – from the monstrous car show to the huge swap meet area to the incredible drag racing program.  I personally have attended the Mopar Nationals every year since 1993 …

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    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 …

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    by Patrick Rall The supercar world has been short of a major player since the legendary Dodge Viper saw its production come to an end last year, but thanks to some spyshots of some Viper test mules captured recently, we have some Viper news to discuss.  Dodge has been especially tight lipped regarding what to …

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    by Patrick Rall I recently had a chance to speak with Ralph Gilles – CEO and President of the newly formed high performance SRT brand and design head for the Chrysler Group – during the launch of the new SRT High Performance Tour.  After Mr. Gilles spoke a bit about the 2012 Charger, Challenger, 300C …

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    by Patrick Rall Recently, the SRT High Performance Tour kicked off with a small presentation at the Walter P Chrysler Museum in Auburn Hills, Michigan.  The SRT marquee is a unique automotive brand with high performance vehicles from three different automotive brands and the newly formed performance division will take a similarly unique approach to …