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D.O.D.G.E. – Detroit’s Old Diehards Go Everywhere

Posted September 15, 2014 9:30 AM by dstrohl
Pathfinder Tags: anniversary centenial dodge history

November's issue of Hemmings Classic Car (#122) celebrates the 100th anniversary of one of America's greatest auto manufacturers. For this commemorative issue, we asked for your Dodge stories, and you delivered (and then some). We received hundreds of emails, letters, flash drives, discs and newspaper clippings illustrating your love and allegiance to the Dodge brand. We, of course, couldn't feature everything in that issue, but we felt we should show some of those that missed the cut in our blog.

Our readers' Dodge war stories are on Hemmings.

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09/16/2014 10:44 AM

Fiat now, thank God. Making money. Owns Ferrari, Lambo, Alpha and will soon be powering an American F1 car. Anyone who is somehow not happy that Fiat bought Chrysler is wacky. Awesome Jeeps. Decent Challenger. Killer Dart. I'm psyched. Detroit nearly destroyed this very cool company.

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