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Comedian Jeff Dunham teams with SRT for SEMA car

Though he’s best known as the top ventriloquist in the business, Jeff Dunham has been a muscle car fan since he first discovered Hot Wheels as a youngster growing up in Dallas, Texas. He’s still a Mopar fan with a passion for the 1970 Cuda.

In August, Chrysler’s SRT Division recruited Dunham to help create a show car for the SEMA show that opens in Las Vegas at the end of next week.

Starting with a black 2012 Dodge Challenger SRT8, Dunham, Scott Brown, Manager of West Region Communications, Mark Trostle, SRT’s head of design, and Alan Palmer of Palmer’s Customs of Camarillo, California, will produce Project Ultaviolet which will incorporate a new engine from SRT. All in six weeks.

You can watch Episode One of the saga on YouTube.

Thanks to Mike L’Alouette for the tip!



Jeep deal for China production by end of April

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Jeep brand CEO Mike Manley says Fiat Chrysler Automobiles will most likely have completed a deal for production of certain Jeep models…

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Renegade in NYC

Brian Kapral reported from the New York Auto Show:
After the presentation of the Jeep Renegade, I was able┬áto talk to…

Anodized Viper TA debuts

Yesterday, at the New York Auto Show, SRT debuted a combination of its Viper Anodized Carbon Special Edition Package with the Time…

Challenger Scat Pack: Dodge 392

The 6.1 liter V8 was restricted to SRT cars; the 6.4 was used only by SRT as well, until Ram got a…

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