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    When Dodge made its triumphant return to “stock car racing”, they did so in the then-brand new Craftsman Truck Series.  Their sleek Dodge Ram helped boost the popularity of the series among Mopar faithful who had been without Dodge in stock car racing since it left NASCAR in the early 80s.  The Ram proved to …

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    Welcome to the new DodgeForum.com home page!!  When accessing the forum, you will now be routed to this page first, and the access the forums click the link above and to the left!  Nothing has changed with DF and all of your links and posts will remain as they were!  This page will be the …

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    After 23 years of overseeing the Chrysler Corporation, Vice President of Design Trevor Creed retired from the company where he was so well known for both the popular and unpopular models.  Having been involved with models like the Chrysler 300, the Dodge Viper, and the new Dodge Challenger, Creed had a hand in many of …

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    According to comments from Chrysler’s CEO, several companies have expressed interest in taking up the production of the nasty snake in the wake of Chrysler’s comments that it would be discontinued soon due to slumping sales. Over the past two years, the skyrocketing gas prices and slumping economic market have slowed the sales of performance …

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    It has been decades since Hurst had a dressed up model for Mopar enthusiasts, being more popular with the General Motors crowd in the 80s and 90s, but with a recent announcement and a handful of renderings Hurst has showed strong backing for the highly anticipated new Dodge Challenger.  Aftermarket companies like Hennessey have been …