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The Dodge Charger

The Shop

Welcome to the artomobile Shop!

All designs are hand painted. The use of monochromatic colours and simple graphic representation give it the signature look for which the artist is known. Important to keep in mind is that all images are hand painted and no two paintings are alike in color. They are all delivered in a round post pack protected with acid free paper. At this stage, framed paintings can only be delivered within Singapore.

The Dodge Charger

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The Dodge Charger

150.00

First launched in 1966, the Dodge Charger was an instant hit! With a rich interior and plenty of power, the Dodge Charger rolled off the production line and straight into the Muscle Car Market.

From its bold and blunt nose, through its muscular fenders, along its square-cut hardtop roof, to the tunnelled rear window and the slight flip on the trailing edge of the deck-lid, this Coke bottle-shaped Charger wasn't just beautiful — it was perfect!

Probably the most famous Charger was named ‘The General Lee from the television series The Dukes of Hazzard (1979–1985). Adorned with the Confederate battle flag painted on the roof, the horn played the first 12 notes from the ‘de facto’ Confederate States anthem "Dixie". Performing endless spectacular jumps in almost every episode, consumer interest in the car peaked as a result.

YEEEE-HAAAA!

 

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