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Duesenberg, convertibles top sellers at Auburn Spring

This 1930 Duesenberg Boattail Speedster sold for $484,000 on Saturday, June 2, during Auctions America by RM’s second annual Auburn Spring auction in Auburn, Indiana. The three-day event saw 409 collector cars and trucks cross the block at the historic Auburn Auction Park.

AUBURN, Ind. – The old saying that “when the top goes down, the price goes up” was once again proven during Auctions America by RM’s June 1-3 Auburn Spring sale at the historic Auburn Auction Park in Auburn, Ind. Open-air … More »

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Michigan Introduces Bill to Expand Use of Historic Vehicles

SEMA ACTION NETWORK UPDATE Michigan Introduces Bill to Expand Use of Historic Vehicles Michigan, the birthplace to many of the collector cars we cherish, has introduced legislation (S.B. 1146) that would amend the state’s current law governing historic motor vehicles … More »

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Car of the Week: 1969 ‘General Lee’ Charger

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The Volo Museum has had few cars with a story as fun, juicy and noteworthy as the 1969 “General Lee” Dodge Charger that serves as one of the museum fleet’s biggest attractions. More »

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Dodge Vipers make a comeback

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Chrysler Group LLC announced today that it will reopen its Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit for the production of the next generation SRT Viper. With the plant’s reopening, nearly 150 jobs, both hourly and salaried, will return to the … More »

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Car of the Week: 1974 Dodge ‘Hang 10′ Dart

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Never heard of a “Hang 10” Dart, Hodaddy? Don’t feel bad, they were scarce back in 1974 and ’75 when they were coming off the Dodge assembly line, and they’re really hard to spot today. More »

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Car of the Week: 1936 Dodge touring sedan

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Stu Nelson’s 1936 Dodge touring sedan is a real show-stopper and proves that in the right hands, a “low-budget” Dodge can do a pretty good imitation of a luxury car. More »

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‘First funny car’ 1964 Dodge Charger to hit block

A 1964 Dodge Charger? Believe it. Dodge didn’t shake the earth with the Charger model name on a production car until 1966, of course, but there were earlier rumblings with the name. In 1964, Dodge built an open-cockpit Charger show … More »

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Car of the Week: 1947 Dodge business coupe

The last thing Rick Boldrin figured he’d be ordering for dessert when he took his wife out for lunch was an 1947 Dodge business coupe. But when you’re a car nut and your wife shocks you by telling you she’d prefer the old car rather than the pie and ice cream, you don’t ask questions.
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Car ‘Beauties and Beasts’ at AutoFair

Best and worst autos at the April 7-10, 2011, Food Lion AutoFair at Charlotte Motor Speedway. More »

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Ram 1500 gets Hurst treatment in 2011 Hurst Hemi Hauler

There’s a long lineage of hairy Dodge haulers, going back to the 1964-’66 D-100 Custom Sports Special with a 365-hp, 426-cid wedge V-8 through the Li’l Red Express and Warlock stepsides of the late 1970s to the Shelby Dakotas of … More »

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