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2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Classic (left) with Challenger SRT8 392

2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Classic (left) with Challenger SRT8 392

  • Unlocked from the Dodge archive, the return of iconic Plum Crazy and HEMI® Orange paint codes answer enthusiasts’ desire for more high-impact heritage paint hues
  • Limited-production run of Plum Crazy will start this March on DodgeChallenger R/T Classic and DodgeChallenger SRT8 editions, with ordering available now
  • HEMI Orange paint returns for a limited time on the HEMI-powered DodgeChallenger R/T and SRT8 models starting this May
  • The 2013 DodgeChallenger R/T is America’s most affordable V-8 muscle car at $29,995 MSRP

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Under The Pentastar

Under The Pentastar

“Under the Pentastar” is a weekly recap of some of the major stories at Chrysler Group LLC. This week’s stories include: May sales figures, Jeep brand and USA Basketball’s “Power by Design,” Mopar Ram Runner’s desert duel, and Brad Keselowski’s NASCAR Nationwide series victory.

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Under The Pentastar

Under The Pentastar

“Under the Pentastar” is a weekly recap of some of the major stories at Chrysler Group LLC. This week’s stories include: April sales, no summer shutdown for some plants, Chrysler moves in, new Dart building wrap, and Chrysler remembers Dan Knott.

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2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 Yellow Jacket

2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 Yellow Jacket

  • Brings to life in-depth engineering and product design stories on the SRT® vehicle lineup
  • Provides an online magazine about all things SRT and motorsports
  • Offers a new social hub for the SRT community

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