Are Chrysler Scat Packs Making a Comeback?

In the heyday of muscle cars in the late 1960's and early 1970's there existed no auto brand more revered than Chrysler Group's Dodge Motors. Those were the days of the Scat Packs, groups of Dodge sports cars such as the Charger R/T, Coronet R/T, Swinger 340, Dart GTS and Super Bee brandishing a iconic bumblebee wearing racing stripes, wind goggles and a crash helmet. This badge drew drivers together into car clubs and, at the time, was how Chrysler dealers coordinated branding and marketing efforts.

At Bob Pforte Motors in Marianna, FL, we are excited about the possibility that Chrysler may bring back the Scat Pack to market its vehicles. The timing is appropriate as Chrysler continues to rework the engines in its vehicles to give them more power while providing better fuel economy at the same time. To find out about updates related to the Scat Pack's return, stay tuned to the Bob Pforte blog.

Though many are excited that Chrysler has taken steps to renew the Scat Pack trademark, this does not guarantee the logo and Scat Packs will return just like in the decades past. Is this the start of a whole new era of Dodge performance and car clubs? Well when taking a new 2014 Dodge Charger or Challenger out for a test drive around the streets of our Marianna dealership, we at Bob Pforte Motors think you'll be asking where to sign up for the next Scat Pack rally.

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