Show Off Some Muscle in the Mail

It is time to make your mail have a personality and stand out from the rest. The U.S. Postal Service has come out with new stamps to have your mail arrive in style. In the new Muscle Cars (Forever®) stamp collection, an assortment of five iconic muscle cars is used. Chrysler Group is happy that two cars in its family are able to help represent the era of the adventurous spirit of the muscle-cars. The two iconic Chrysler Group muscle cars being featured include the 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona and the 1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda.

Dodge Charger Daytona

Dodge Charger Daytona Stamp

1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
Dodge wanted this eye-catching muscle car to be a rare icon and therefore only 503 were produced. The exclusive 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona Magnum engine roared a powerful 375 horsepower. Only a few of these muscle cars were produced with the race encouraged engine HEMI. Some specific features of the 1969 Dodge Daytona include the almost two-foot-tall wing attached to the rear to improve speed and the bold stripes.

Plymouth Hemi 'Cuda

1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda Stamp

1970 Plymouth Hemi ‘Cuda
Was the defining image of power. The HEMI engine produced 425-horsepower and made a bold statement. Three flashy colors were available in Lemon Twist, Lime Light and Vitamin C. The name ‘Cuda in reference to barracuda was perfect for their fierce image combined with bursts of speed.

To order these stamps visit the U.S. Postal Service or head to your nearest U.S. Postal office!

Visit Rochester Hills Facebook and comment what you want next muscle car stamp to be or visit Rochester Hills Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Rochester Hills, MI to check out the latest sports cars!

Ram is Voted as Number One Super Bowl Commercial

My favorite parts of the Super Bowl include the free food at parties and the commercials. It doesn’t get better then socializing with a bunch of friends Sunday evening and deciding which Super Bowl ads were the most creative, funny, sentimental, the worst and over all best. This year, Chrysler delivered two top rating Super Bowl ads, including Ram Trucks’ “So God Made a Farmer” ad rated as the number one commercial and Jeeps “Whole Again” ad ranked fourth best commercial during the 2013 Super Bowl.

During the two minute Ram commercial the popular ABC radio commentator voice of Paul Harvey was played, while a slideshow of 35 photos was displayed. These photos were shot in 12 states over the US throughout the course of 25 days. These photos include scenes from different farms, agriculture equipment, aerial shots, farmers hard at work and Ram Trucks. The all American Ram commercial appreciates all of the hard-work and dedication it takes to be a farmer.

Another Chrysler Group commercial to rank in the top five is Jeeps “Whole Again” commercial. This two minute commercial was narrated by Oprah Winfrey as a tribute to US military veterans and their families.

Ram has announced that every time someone shares or retweets the Ram Truck’s commercial on either Twitter or Facebook, Ram will donate to FFA’s hunger relief efforts. Ram has partnered with the FFA to support local hunger and educational programs.

Find out why farmers are able to rely on Ram trucks and stop by the Rochester Hills Chrysler Jeep Dodge Ram dealership near Troy, MI to test drive a Ram.

Modified 1997 Dodge Viper GTS Takes on 2013 SRT Viper GTS

The dream match-up. Old vs. New. Modified vs. Stock. Blue vs. Yellow. Basem Wasef, Car and Driver‘s Contributing Editor recently took to the track with the greatness from Dodge, both new and old.




Here’s the stats:
1997 Dodge Viper GTS
-V10 w/ 660HP and 579lb-ft of torque

2013 SRT Viper GTS
-V10 w/ 640HP and 600lb-ft of torque

Sixteen years separates the two in age, but does it separate them in performance? That’s the question for so many different areas, but today we’ll go into cars. Here’s what the 2013 SRT Viper did:

0-60 miles per hour in 3.2 seconds, quarter-mile in 11.5sec @ 128 miles per hour, and 206 miles per hour top speed.

The race can be seen here:

RAM’s Super Bowl Advertisement “Farmer” Getting Rave Reviews

Three straight years…. Chrysler Group‘s advertising team has done it again. First it was Eminem, then it was Clint Eastwood, now it’s some random farmers with Paul Harvey’s voice-over. The commercial was originally inspired by a June 2011 video done by on YouTube.


The latest from RAM had Paul Harvey talking over a bunch of images in a slide show format. The Richards Group was in charge of providing the creativity behind the Chrysler Group’s advertising hit for Super Bowl XLVII.

Official RAM trucks Super Bowl Commercial “Farmer”

Paul Harvey: “So God made a farmer.”