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1968 Dodge Charger at the New Hope Car Show

Recently, I featured “Dodgezilla” on Mind Over Motor. Well, here’s another 1968 Dodge Charger, but this one is a completely different animal. It’s tame, bred in captivity, as opposed to being fed steroids through a funnel down the carb. 88 more words

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Say hello to "Dodgezilla", everyone, the monster of the River Edge Car Show.

I’m a sucker for the second-generation Dodge Charger. Produced for a scant three seasons, it’s a representation of the Charger at its very best–a bruising, but sexy muscle car with equal parts testosterone and paunch. 137 more words

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Jay Leno Takes The Challenger Hellcat For A Spin!

Jay gets his hands on Dodge’s new beast, the Challenger SRT Hellcat. Feel the fury of 707hp!

-Nick

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1957 Ford Thunderbird at the River Edge Car Show

The early Ford Thunderbird was a completely different animal to the four-seat tanks that followed it which launched the personal luxury coupe industry in 1958. The first three years of the Thunderbird were a small two-seat convertible that was aimed right at the Corvette. 140 more words

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1959 Cadillac Coupe DeVille at the 2014 Greenwich Concours

The year is 1959.  Your boss has just reviewed your assessment on setting up a new development of suburban homes near a major interstate highway in small-town America.   318 more words

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Petrolicious' piece on the Ferrari 330 P4 gives life a new meaning

I had goosebumps the whole time when I saw this video. The Ferrari 330 P4 is one of the most significant sports racing cars of all time, and this is the only remaining true P4 in existence. 91 more words

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1963 Lincoln Continental Sedan at the Greenwich Concours

The Lincoln Continental was once a great marque.  Lincoln needed to sell more product and in 1960, the Mark V was outdated and outclassed by its more modern rivals, so Lincoln was the first to take the plunge and shear off the tail fins.   218 more words

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