1969 Dodge Charger on 2040-cars
Littleton, Colorado, United States
1969 Dodge Charger 383 auto. Originally 318, R6 red. Single-stage black paint. Restoration done in 2015-16. New AMD
quarters and hood. New glass, new interior and headliner, new gas tank. New Willwood front disc brakes and updated
master cylinder. New Aluminum radiator and twin cooling fans. New Holley 650, TTI headers and tailpipes. Electronic
ignition and updated alternator. Restored with updates to the exterior, interior and drivetrain. The owner has had
it for 5+ years. The vehicle is drivable and is mainly used for car shows.
1969 Dodge Charger 383 auto. Originally 318, R6, red. Single-stage black paint. Restoration done
in 2015-16. New AMD quarters and hood. New glass, new interior and headliner, new gas tank. New Willwood front disc
brakes and updated master cylinder. New Aluminum radiator and twin cooling fans. New Holley 650, TTI headers and
tailpipes. Electronic ignition and updated alternator.
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Auto blogMon, 04 Nov 2013
Dodge has released several more of its Anchorman 2-themed commercials, starring Will Ferrell as inept newsreader Ron Burgundy. The four spots, one of which is a sequel to a previous commercial, follow roughly the same pattern as previous ads, with Ferrell's Burgundy misunderstanding or generally making a fool of himself. For some of the ads, though, Burgundy is selling more than just Durangos - the red-suited host of San Diego's most watched news broadcast shilling the entire Dodge lineup.
We've included all four ads down below, and you can also hope over to our original posts to see some of the older commercials. Oh, and if you're getting tired of these - we aren't, aside from the Do-dge spot - just remember that Ferrell reportedly filmed around 70 ads for Dodge.
The University of Alabama Crimson Tide football team could be in some hot water, following a pair of posts on social media.
The first post was sure to raise a few eyebrows on its own. It's an Instagram of sophomore running back Derrick Henry standing in front of his new Dodge Challenger (we're guessing it's an R/T based on the fender stripes). Complete with a custom set of wheels, the image was enough to trigger more than a few questions about where an unemployed student-athlete came up with the money for such a purchase. Now, this could be harmless. Henry, flush with a full-ride to Bama could have convinced his parents to get him something nice with his college fund.
The second post, though, is a straight-up accusation. It comes from former West Virginia Mountaineer and current CFL quarterback Pat White, who posted the following on his Facebook page.
Dodge is hoping that a heavy dash of humor helps it move some more units of the Dart with a hilarious ad campaign called Don't Touch My Dart. The spots star actors Craig Robinson, best known for his role as Darryl on The Office, and Jake Johnson from New Girl as neighbors and friends playing a game of one-upmanship over Robinson's new car. Johnson is envious of the ride and just wants to touch it.
The ads are pretty funny if you're a fan of somewhat absurdist humor, and Robinson has just the right amount of over-the-top seriousness to really make the commercials work. They have kind of a Roadrunner and Wile E. Coyote vibe with Johnson constantly in inept pursuit of what he wants, but he clearly isn't getting it.
The first four spots in the campaign are already online, but according to Dodge this is just the beginning. The company says that it's planning about 24 different versions of these ads in various lengths to play on TV and online. You can check out the ads titled First Scratch, Birdhouse Police Garage Door and Voice Touching below, along with the brand's release about the new ads. There's also a pretty good gag on its YouTube page with Robinson protecting his Dart.