1997 Chrysler Viper GT2 racecar returns to Le Mans
It's back to the track of its glory days. During the 24 Hours of Le Mans of 1997, this very Chrysler Viper (yes, it was a Chrysler in Europe and a Dodge in the USA), was the only works car that finished the famous race. Driven by Justin Bell (GB), Pierre Yver (France) and John Morton (USA), chassis number C3 was defending the MOPAR colors in La Sarthe. It has now found a spot in the Le Mans 24 Hours museum. However, it will not rest still, as it is scheduled to run again on the big track during the coming Le Mans Classic!
MOPARSHOP Season opening Easter party
Mopar Fans! YOU are invited to our annual Season Opener Party! Family-friendly atmosphere, nice cars and good music included. We expect at least 50-70 old Mopars, as usual, on our season opener partys, but this is more a people meeting than a car meeting! Everyone insterested in Mopars is welcome! It doesn't matter if you own one or not. Go grab some of your car buddys, come over and have a party in a nice atmosphere with people who share the same hobby.
Found in a barn in Iowa: NASCAR Dodge Charger with Petty chassis
From time to time, well preserved former NASCAR glories surface here and there. This one has a 1974 Dodge Charger body on a late 60s or very early 70s Petty chassis. It might have well been a Superbird, but only that car can tell!
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1972 K&K Dodge Charger NASCAR racer unearthed
Here is a little sentation for you from the vintage racing world. The famous K&K Insurance Dodge, one of the cars that was driven by Bobby Isaac and Dave Marcis and managed by famous NASCAR crew chief Harry Hide, has recently come back to the light of day! While it is just a chassis for now, you can bet that it is about to be restored. While its location and owner ahs to remain a secret in order not to disturb the working process, we will keep you updated on the minute that we receive news about the Dodge. Stay tuned for more on this sensational find!
Chrysler to reduce its SUV lineup
In an interview given to Bloomberg, Jim Press revealed that the carmaker needs fewer SUVs.
Spyshot: Dodge Breeze
Here are the first spyshots of the new Dodge Breeze expected to go on sale in Mexico next year.
Dodge rolls off the 25,000th Viper
The troubled Chrysler has rolled off its 25,000th Dodge Viper at its Conner Avenue Assembly factory.
Chrysler to resume production at Illinois plant
After a five-day close due to a mechanical glitch, Chrysler will restart production at the Belvidere plant in the US. The plant builds the Dodge Caliber, Jeep Compass and Jeep Patriot models.
Leaked pictures of the Dodge Challenger
Due to be officially unveiled at the next Chicago Motor Show, Leaked pictures of the Dodge Challenger are emerging on Internet. After the front fascia, the latest shots show the aft of the 2008 hottest car on the American market.