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Dodge Charger 1971 images

The first year of the  G3, B body Charger is 1971 and most visible changes are cosmetic. The entire line-up of Chrysler products have been modified to meet the latest EPA mandated emission control measures and  there are new safety regulations in place as well. The latest Charger is now 115 inches long, a full 2 inches shorter

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Dodge Dart 1968 426 Hurst-Hemi

© Steirus | Dreamstime.com 1968 Dodge Dart GTS Convertible There were a few cosmetic changes for the 1968 Dodge Dart. The exterior front fascia had the grille-mounted parking/signal light configuration moved slightly farther from each fender with side marker lights also added to both sides front and rear, as mandated by law. The windshield wiper arms

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What’s the Point of Building Cars, Anyway?

Automotive news in the second and third weeks of January is usually dominated by the newest cars and trucks from the Detroit show, but this year we’re hearing just as much, if not more, about the various punishments and legal difficulties besetting automakers and their suppliers. The FBI arrested a VW executive. Takata, the subcontractor

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