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Junkyard Find: 1987 Dodge 600 SE

For most of the 1980s and well into the 1990s, most cars made by Chrysler were members of the many-branched K-Car family tree. In the early years, the K was sold as an all-American economy car for the frugal, but Lee Iacocca had his eye on stealing some sales from …

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Dodge Challenger SRT Demon Don’t Need No All-Wheel Drive

Like a professional dancer performing north of the Arctic Circle, the Dodge Demon’s strip tease is arduous and painful, beginning with a parka, moving on to the moccasins, then the toque, and … you get the idea. But the latest installment of the Demon’s online strip tease may have just …

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Ramming Speed: The Best Pre-Millenium Dodge Trucks

Since Dodge started producing trucks way back in 1921, it has never held the crown of the best-selling pickup truck in America. Not once. Not even when Dodge was the top brand in America. It seems from the get-go Dodge has played third-fiddle in Ford versus General Motors pickup truck wars. But being …

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Dodge Demon Hints, Once Again, at Its Output While Showcasing Track Settings

Dodge dropped another unsubtle hint at the drag-focused Challenger SRT Demon’s power output this week, inserting it in a teaser that showcased the car’s unique performance data recorder for its Uconnect infotainment system. After saying “nothing is a coincidence and everything means something” in an earlier press release, Road and Track speculated …

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