The History of the Dodge Challenger

The Dodge Challenger First produced in 1970, was the quintessential American muscle car. Sporty, compact, and affordable, Dodge's contestant in the pony car market was considered to be one of the more deluxe models available at the time. It was one of two cars marketed by Chrysler using the rear-wheel drive E-platform (the other was the less expensive Plymouth Barracuda). Dodge anticipated its main competitors would be the Pontiac Firebird and Mercury Cougar. The longer wheel base (110 …
8th Dec 2016

Ford Mustang History

Perhaps no other automobile represents American innovation and culture more completely than the beloved Ford Mustang. From its initial rollout in 1964 to the present day, this car has had a magnetic appeal that spreads across the entire demographic markup of the U.S. and other countries. And yet there is nothing mysterious about this particular make of vehicle; it was simply introduced at the right time and in the right way. And a legend was born. The First Generation Mustang …
7th Dec 2016

How to Buy Muscle Car Apparel that Fits

Shopping for Mopar apparel online or at busy shows can be challenging, especially for women. Sizes tend to vary between manufacturers. For example, Bella -- a brand we carry -- tends to run a size small, so if you are usually a medium you will need to order a large, and so on. When you don't have the retailer available to tell you how the sizes run, though, how are you supposed to select the right size? Here are a few tips for buying Mopar T shirts and other muscle car apparel, …
6th Dec 2016

1969 Dodge Charger

When people think muscle cars, Dodge Charger comes to mind. If you wanted to be noticed as a guy with a hot car, the Dodge Charger would have been your choice, especially the 1969 model. This is probably due to the fact that the " Dukes of Hazzard" featured this car in the show. The name for their 1969 Dodge Charger was, General Lee. It had a customized horn that played the Dixie anthem, and it frequently was making dare devil jumps. While the Dodge Charger changes styles fr …
7th Jun 2011

1970 Dodge Super Bee

These are the years that I wished that I could have experienced: the late 1960's and early 1970's. Those were the years, the years when they made the true American classic muscle car. Those were some turbulent and troubled times in America, as well. We had the Vietnam War, “Free Love”, and Richard Nixon as President. We though as a nation were thriving in industry and economically. You could say America came into her own. We took pride in designing and building our cars. We wanted nothing but …
31st May 2011