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Dodge Hell Drivers

Break the boredom of your daily commute. A Dodge Hell Driver show was a big attraction at the 1964 World's Fair in New York's Flushing Meadow park. Our tech editor, Rick Ehrenberg was there and he shares the program from that event

Tickled Pink

The 1955 Dodge La Femme was the first saleable automobile designed specifically for the ladies. The model was a hit…except for one thing. Photos by Bill Erdman The ’55 dodge La Femme was a $145.30 option on the top-of-the-line $2543

Mopar Lowliner Concept

1968 Dodge D200 Sweptline Customization of classic trucks continues to be a hot trend in the aftermarket world, so Mopar designers rescued a 1968 Dodge D200-series heavy-duty pickup truck to transform it into the

1959 Imperial Speedster

A snazzy luxo-sport Vette and T-Bird stalker in the Exner style of design. Story and photos by Paul Stenquist It was several years ago that Murray Pfaff and his father peered into the dark recesses of a crumbling carriage house in

Tommy Can You Hear Me?

The Chrysler-powered air raid siren was the loudest man-made object in 1956. Yeah, even louder than your wife. The Walter P. Chrysler Museum-restored air raid siren is powered by a 1956 180 horsepower Chrysler Industrial 331 cubic inch