By JOHN MARSHALL For just over a century, “Dodge” has signified a lot more than just a city where cheating at poker was a really bad idea. The Dodge motor company has starred in movies, invented a word, and helped fight both foreign armies and bandits (who incidentally also drove Dodges). Yes, there’s more. Yes, you should read all about it. BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY/FLICKR 1. The Dodge Brothers started out making bicycles Their first venture together: the Evans & Dodge Bicycle Company in Windsor, Canada. Because when you think “bicycles” you…

Read More
Muscle Cars 

The 1965 Ford Shelby GT350R is going back into production

The Shelby gang’s back together again. Calling themselves the Original Venice Crew, former Shelby American team members have joined forces to create an essentially new and moderately updated version of the Shelby GT350R. This crew consists of Peter Brock, Jim Marietta, and Ted Sutton—and they’re channeling Carroll Shelby’s spirit. Shelby hit upon some road-racing magic when he got his hands on the 1965 Ford Mustang, . He turned what he called a “secretary’s car” into a real street-legal race car. It was dubbed the Shelby GT350R and it was fitted with…

Read More

Support us!

If you like this site please help and make click on the button below!