Photo Gallery: 100 Years of Dodge

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The Dodge brand just celebrated its 100th anniversary by throwing a party at Meadow Brook Hall, a historic mansion built by the widow of one of the brand's founders in suburban Detroit. The media was invited to see where the brand has been during the last 100 years in preparation for the relaunch of the marque as Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' North American performance brand

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On hand were a collection of Dodge's most notable concept cars from the last 20 years, as well as something truly special — another collection of just over two dozen historically significant vehicles from the company's own museum. Vehicles ranged from an original 1915 Dodge Brothers Touring car to a smattering of late '60s/early '70s muscle cars, right up to more modern cars like the latest Charger. Even more remarkable — they were there for journalists to drive on short loops around the mansion's grounds. Have a look through the photo gallery to get a glimpse of some classic Mopars.

100 Years of Dodge

1994 Venom Concept

100 Years of Dodge

1997 Copperhead Concept

100 Years of Dodge

1999 Dodge Charger Concept

100 Years of Dodge

1989 Viper Concept

100 Years of Dodge

1986 Omni GLHS

100 Years of Dodge

1919 Dodge Bros 4 Door Sedan

100 Years of Dodge

1920 Screenside

100 Years of Dodge

1929 Roadster

100 Years of Dodge

1956 Custom Royal Lancer

100 Years of Dodge

1956 NASCAR Replica

100 Years of Dodge

1968 Charger 426 Hemi

100 Years of Dodge

1970 Challenger T-A

100 Years of Dodge

1984 Daytona Turbo Z

100 Years of Dodge

1939 Hayes Body Coupe

100 Years of Dodge

1927 Cabriolet

100 Years of Dodge

2007 Demon Concept, 2006 Hornet Concept

100 Years of Dodge

1969 Charger Daytona

100 Years of Dodge

1984 Caravan

100 Years of Dodge

1966 Charger Lawman

100 Years of Dodge

1972 Charger

100 Years of Dodge

1997 Sidewinder Concept

100 Years of Dodge

1993 Intrepid

Cars.com photos by Aaron Bragman

By Aaron Bragman | July 15, 2014 | Comments (6)

Comments 

Jay

An '84 Daytona Turbo Z in mint condition...WOW

carma

I'll take the black 68 charger. Fyi, the 56 Dodge was one of the more insignificant models. The following year was the first of the revolutionary forward look cars, which sent GM and Ford to the drawing boards to try and compete. My dad owned a 56 Dodge for a few months and promptly traded it in when he saw the 57 Dodge Custom Royal with a hemi engine.

Ken L.

The 56 custom Royal Lancer looks an awful lot like a Chevy Bel Air.

J.R.

Nothing in this listing from those awful 1957-60 low, wide models with the oversized fins and push-button transmission. "Suddenly, it's 1960!" was the theme.

George Bafus

The problem was, the 1956 Dodge DID look like a Chevy Bel-Air.... the 1954 model.

Ken

Really like the 39 Hayes body, need to find myself a workable project starter to get mine though.

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