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  • Restomod 1969 Dodge Charger with V10

    by yura

    You’re probably familiar with the ’69 Charger, but this one’s a whole different beast. Meet 1969 Dodge Charger with crazy V10 from Viper, a custom creation that cost a pretty penny to build over a decade ago and is now searching for its next lucky owner. In the realm of pro-touring muscle cars, there’s no strict rulebook—traditionalists might argue otherwise. Take, for instance, the controversy surrounding Joe Rogan’s 1970 Cuda “Sick Fish,” now boasting a 750 hp Mercury Racing N/A V8 for 2023. Some purists argue that swapping out the LS-based engine takes the build out of the Mopar realm. …

  • Ram TRX 6×6 Monster Truck

    by yura

    While Hennessey grabs headlines with the $450,000 Mammoth 1000 6×6, featuring a Hellephant-swapped TRX, there’s another option in the realm of 6×6 Dodge pickups. Enter Force Motorsport, presenting their own TRX 6×6, tailored for Florida’s marshlands and urban streets. Although lacking a specific moniker, its choice of Vossen wheels sets it apart from the crowd. Andrei and I have been avidly tracking Vossen wheels for over a decade. Their latest creation, the HF6-4 alloy design, has gained traction in the sports truck scene. Sporting a contemporary multi-spoke aesthetic, it lends the TRX a sleek sports car demeanor, diverging from the …

  • Truth be told, Dodge Viper probably is, I guess, one of most rude between cars, which have been produced last decades. It’s a real mix of classic muscle car from 1960s, supercar, concept car from auto-show and serious doze of testosterone. And talking about concept car – yes. I’m seriously. Just watch, for example Doug DeMuro’s review of early Viper, roadster. That car was not made like even a little practice car, which was owned by Doug as well. But here we have already a normal car, if it’s possible to say so about car with V10, manual tranny and …

  • Dodge Charger. Dart Vader

    by yura

    When you are watching on this Charger, all you see is anger, red anger. And owner got such effect using simple LED. He could drive on stock wheels and nobody will notice it. But not! Rims are not stock and suspension is modified to make better fitment. Lowered cars with bigger rims always are looking more cool. And car gets better handling on asphalt. Buy the way, bagged suspension makes a car even more practice. Why? Because car can not only get lower. When it’s needed car can get higher or back to stock height. And air suspension gives else …

  • Dodge Viper. The beast

    by yura

    Viper isn’t typical car. Mighty V10, small weight. But Viper always was angry toy, not good driver’s car o racing car. Viper isn’t cheap car. So it’s not mass market. Viper is out new safety standards mostly because he isn’t mass car. Modernization needs too much money, witch wouldn’t not be back. So in a few years later Viper will be really rare car. Not like Ferrari or Lambo. Let`s talk truth. Viper is not good on race track. Some special versions are better. But they are still far from Porsche, Ferrari, even Nissan GTR. But if you need a …

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