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    Ma Mopar may not be in the best shape right now, with the American economy struggling right alongside the currently-weak automotive industry, but in the meantime the show goes on in the Chrysler headquarters with plans for future models.  During an interview with Automotive News, VP of product development Frank Klegon commented that the next …

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    The Dodge Ram has typically emphasized sportiness in a truck, a trend which began with the introduction of the second generation Ram in 1994.  The 360 powered Ram Sport laid the foundation, with trimlines like the SS/T, and when the SRT-10 Ram was introduced, it put a whole new meaning to the term “sport truck”.  …

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    It seems unlikely that a 268 horsepower electric powered Dodge concept wearing a Lotus body could beat a new Dodge Challenger SRT-8 in a short race from a stop, but during a recent show-off session of the new Dodge EV, that was exactly what happened. The Rose Bowl parking lot was the site of the …

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    Congratulations to both User2006 and LilSparkPlug for winning the truck and car of the month for November 2008.  User2006‘s 2000 Dodge Dakota R/T won over two other Dakotas, owned by lghtngblt02 and altair.   LilSparkPlug’s 2004 Dodge Neon SRT4 beat rare aries’ 1984 Chrysler 5th Avenue and silvercoupe97s 4G63T All Wheel Drive Avenger. Thank you to …

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    Since the Challenger was introduced at the North American International Auto Show In Detroit, enthusiasts have hoped and prayed for a convertible version.  Drawings and edited pictures of droptop Challengers surfaced along the way, but nothing official has come from Ma Mopar, even though those “someone from Chrysler told me” rumors have kept the rumormill …