Here is a blast from the past, its the 1964 Dodge Hemi Charger concept car. Throughout the 60s, Dodge was the undisputed American master of limited-production runs and overpowered, small batch variants. [more…]
Jon Sibal Dodge Challenger SRT8 has once again received an update and we believe it looks even more awesome. Check out the pictures and see for your self. [more…]
This Purple Dodge Challenger SRT is the work of car tuners - Mopar who enlisted the help of comedian Jeff Dunham to create a unique design. [more…]
I love this picture of a Custom Dodge Challenger SRT8. It's matte looks great and those red lights make the car look angry and scary. This is the type of car that makes children cry. [more…]
Take a look at this gorgeous baby blue Dodge Challenger by LA-based Advanced Automotive Concepts. This muscle car has been given a blue wrap and features the Mopar signature logo on either side of the rear and an E-coated Mopar T/A Hood with an integrated scoop. [more…]
This Dodge Challenger With Custom Paint Flames looks awesome and I just love those enormous side exhausts, wonder if they spit flames too. [more…]
In this video from the Dream Car Garage the guys have put together 7 classic muscle cars and compares them to see which beast was truly the king of muscle cars. [more…]
The guys at Inside Line made a video back in 2011 comparing the 2011 Dodge Charger R/T with the General Lee and no it's not another '69 Charger dressed up as the General but one of the few surviving cars from the Dukes of Hazard series.
This week's custom car is a two door 1971 Plymouth Cuda Convertible. This Barracuda is the work of Time Machines in Hudson, Florida and is actually a combination of two cars. The body is that of a 1971 Cuda but the chassis and engine are from a 2001 Dodge Viper. [more…]
The General Lee was the name given to the orange Dodge Charger that stared in the American TV show "The Dukes of Hazzard". The show was a huge success in the eighties and sparked an enormous liking for the Dodge Charger.
Thirty years after the show and the Dodge Charger still has a huge following with many people from all around the world attempting to transform their own vehicles into the General Lee.