Doing a great job with Jeep

Jeep, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary this month, has taken a long and arduous path from the World War II battlefields in Europe and the Pacific.

Don't gamble on materials prices

Making car parts is hard enough - don't complicate life by gambling on future material prices, a consultant warns.

How Americans got to meet the Jeep in 1942

In January 1942, Reader's Digest, then America's best-selling consumer magazine, introduced the public to the “jeep” with a reprint of a

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Are 750-hp, Alfa Romeo-based Hellcats and a Barracuda in Dodge's future?

Next-generation Dodge Challenger and Charger Hellcats will be fixed to Fiat Chrysler's Alfa Romeo Giulia platform and in Hellcat trim will have at least 750 hp. Dodge also could revive the Challenger's E-body brother of yore -- the Plymouth Barracuda, according to a U.S. media report. The Dodge Barracuda would be the name for convertible Challengers and make Chrysler's muscle car desirable for fans of open-air cruising.