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Dodge puts a price on America’s fastest SUV

That's what Tim Kuniskis, head of passenger car brands in North America for Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, calls the new performance version of the Durango. He also calls it America's fastest SUV.

Now the automaker, based in Auburn Hills, Mich., has announced pricing for the 475-horsepower beast. It will come in at a starting price of $62,995, plus a $1,095 destination charge.

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Austin Healey 3000 Mark II-1962 images

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Chevrolet C10-1967 images

1967 Chevrolet C10 - 454 CID V8

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Plymouth Belvedere 1965 images

1965 Plymouth Belvedere
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Plymouth Valiant 1967 images

The 1967 Valiant has been redesigned and is now on a longer, 108 inch (2,700 mm) wheel base. The wagon, hard top, and convertible versions are no longer and option for the Valiant; the choices have been narrowed down to a two or four door coupe. The Valiant platform mate, the sporty and more popular Barracuda is available in a much wider range of models. Newly added safety features in '67 includes shoulder harnesses for the two outboard front seats, a four way hazard flasher and a dual reservoir master cylinder.

1967 Plymouth Valiant 410 CI V8 3-Speed Automatic

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