So Long, Sucker! 2017 Spells End of Dodge Viper Production
Sales have been so poor for the Viper that Fiat Chrysler recently revealed that production of the Dodge at its Detroit factory will cease in 2017.
It’s a battle of the ages. A race that demands payment to Thor and his Asgardian brethren in the form of unbelievable American noise. But will the new Corvette Z06 make a better showing than the last time these two titans clashed?
Dodge has just hired Ron burgundy to pitch their Durango and it made us wonder who could be trusted to do the same for the new C7 Corvette Stingray? Below are some of his new ads, enjoy and then let us know who you think GM should hire… If you don’t like any of the […] More »
by Patrick Rall The American Muscle Car Exhibit recently ended at the National Corvette Museum, having successfully paid tribute to some of the tuffest rides (which aren’t Corvettes!) of the past half century. Few cars live up to the American Muscle moniker as aptly as the General Lee of “The Dukes of Hazzard” fame. Collaborations between […] More »
Photo courtesy of Wikipediaby Patrick Rall The modern Dodge Challenger received upgrades for 2011 to make it one of the most powerful vehicles available in the US market, but in 1970, the Dodge Challenger Hemi R/T set the standard for high performance. Prior to being introduced for the 1970 model year, Dodge’s top performance car […] More »