Latest Muscle cars Stories
Sir Walter Chevrolet welcomes iconic large sedan to new model lineup RALEIGH, N.C., Jan.
Iconic sportscar now available to Huntsville and Chattanooga drivers SCOTTSBORO, Ala., Jan.
AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Jan.
Billings drivers take advantage of online vehicle builder BILLINGS, Mont., Jan.
2015 Chevy Camaro and 2014 Cadillac CTS-V research pages at Drive Wheaton EDMONTON, Alberta, Jan.
Twenty-two minute 'Viper: DNA of a Supercar' available for viewing at driveSRT.com/2015/viper/documentary AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Jan.
New Dodge Viper Customization Program Leverages Hand-built Production Process at Conner Avenue Assembly Plant in Detroit AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Jan.
Klement Ford highlights inventory of powerful engines DECATUR, Texas, Jan.
Legendary sports car makes its debut at Raleigh dealership RALEIGH, N.C., Jan.
The redesigned pony car is one of the most recent additions to the inventory at Matt Ford KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan.
The Monarch was a vehicle built by the Monarch Motor Car Company from 1913 to 1917 in Detroit, Michigan. Joseph Bloom founded the company in 1913 and the car was designed by Robert C. Hupp, Bloom’s brother-in-law. Production began and by the spring of 1914, 150 vehicles had been built. There were several models and two body styles eventually built, a four-door sedan and a two-door coupe. The first models were powered by a four-cylinder and sold for around $1,000. A smaller car powered...
Dodge is an automobile manufacturer founded in 1900 by Horace Elgin Dodge and brother John Francis. Originally named the Dodge Brothers Company, a supplier of parts and assemblies to Detroit automakers. They began producing complete automobiles in 1915. After the death of the Dodge brothers in 1920, sales dropped and Dodge’s rank fell from third to seventh by 1927. The company was sold by the Dodge brother’s widows in 1925 to Dillon, Read & Co. for at least $146 million. In 1928,...
- In Roman antiquity, the return of a person who had been banished, or taken prisoner by an enemy, to his old condition and former privileges.
- In international law, that right by virtue of which persons and things taken by an enemy in war are restored to their former status when coming again under the power of the nation to which they belonged.