RecTrans Discoverer

RecTrans Discoverer This almost should be in the Dodge area, but it looks goofy enough that Dodge would never have made it, directly anyway. The Discoverer was made for model years 1971, 1972, 1973, and 1974. Before RecTrans Corporation started a build, these were stripped Dodge motorhome (M300) chassis, which itself is closely related to […]
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Dodge Rampage

Dodge Rampage The Rampage was spun off the Omni 024 line for 1982. Wheelbase was inches and payload was rated at 1145 lbs. Two versions were available which were Rampage and Rampage Sport, which had the performance look. Sport added a faux scoop on the hood, special graphical touches, better wheels, nicer seat fabric, plus […]
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Dodge Mirada

Mirada The Mirada replaced the Magnum for 1980 and was cousin to the redesigned Chrysler Cordoba. This new Dodge was on the J-body platform. The wheelbase was 112.7 inches and the overall length was 209.5 inches. Its curb weight was about 3450 lbs. The standard body style was a 2-door coupe, but several variants were […]
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Most popular car brands for month of March

According to traffic, here are the 10 most popular smog-era car makers on this site for the month of March 2012. 1. Dodge 2. Plymouth 3. Mercury 4. Buick 5. AMC 6. Chevrolet 7. Oldsmobile 8. Ford 9. Pontiac 10. Chrysler Related Pages: Most popular brands for the month of November popular car brands according […]
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Dodge Dart Swinger

Dodge Dart Swinger This was the name given to most 2-door hardtops in the Dart line. ‘Swinger’ was prominently displayed along with the Dart emblem. The car was intended to compete (a bit) with the personal luxury coupes of the time, even though it was much smaller. The name goes back to the 60s and […]
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