Dodge Reminds Us The Story Of The Power Wagon

February 12, 2016 0

Dodge is making us feel nostalgic by reminding us of the origins of the Power Wagon.
Dodge’s heavy duty truck started as a military vehicle during World War II, building more than 255,000 units in various bodystyles to suit the needs of the army.
The company soon realized that there is going to be … read more

Your Arsenal: Chrysler and World War II Production [Video]

December 29, 2015 0

Seventy-five years ago, on December 29, 1940, Franklin Delano Roosevelt gave his famous “Arsenal of Democracy” speech to the American people, urging them to stand behind the Allied powers who had not yet fallen under the German boot. Not to set off across the seas to vanquish the Nazis—that would … read more

The Top 10 Most Interesting Vehicles at the Walter P. Chrysler Museum

August 28, 2015 0

On December 31, 2012, the Walter P. Chrysler Museum closed its doors to the general public, citing the low attendance numbers that didn’t justify keeping the museum open to the public year-round. Still, Chrysler has preserved the museum and occasionally opens the doors for special events. Luckily, we … read more

Scratch Pebble Beach, Carlisle Truck National Looks More Fun

August 26, 2015 0

We’re scratching Pebble Beach off our bucket list. Too many obscenely rich people with obscenely bad taste in hats lusting over unobtainable cars. Nope, we are laser focused in on the Carlisle Truck Nationals.
Held annually in Carlisle, Penn., practically opposite the Monterey concours event, the … read more

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