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
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The First Hemicuda

This documented 1970 prototype ’Cuda shows its pre-production quirks. Fender tag indicates sport (hockey) stripe delete. The car was built without road lamps and chrome hood pins. Being hand-assembled, there was never any blackout
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‘Cuda Girl

Joy Curran from North Brunswick, NJ was hunting for a 4-speed Plymouth 'Cuda AAR when she ran into Joe O'Cone who had one. Joe took Joy for a ride and she said that she had to buy the 'Cuda. The product of a 17-year restoration, the
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Nine Lives Of Neon

Passenger side shows fire damage and impact damage from Ford truck. Neon’s excellent impact protection minimized the damage while the Ford had to ride a tow truck home.   John Self himself. We’ve all heard about a cat having nine
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