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An Automotive New Year’s Resolution

According to online surveys, the recent most common New Year’s resolutions are body-image and money related.  But have too you grown tired of making resolutions which find themselves deserted 1 month or 2 later?  We are; which is why we’re switching things up a little for this coming year!  We’re deciding to focus our attention […]

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Oldest Army jeep finally gets some TLC

Seventy-five years after it was introduced to the Army, the oldest known Jeep is finally getting some much needed attention.  Since having its history verified and being documented as one of 5 orginal test vehicles, two from Ford, two from Willys Overland and one from American Bantam, the GP-No.1 is now on display in the Veterans […]

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$180K 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona found in Alabama Barn

Randomly found in an Alabama barn, and unmoved for decades, a recently found 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona is expected to sell for $150,000 – $180,000! A man from Greenwood, AL found the classic muscle car wasting away in a barn roughly 60 miles south of Montgomery. He discovered it when checking out another car nearby. […]

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Future Classics

There’s nothing like a good-old Classic to induce excitement within a person.  Whether it’s a classic movie, song, or especially a vehicle; just being in the presence of one has the power to make a person feel a part of something greater, something inherently good!  Perhaps you’ve once wondered what it feels like to witness […]

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Congratulations Bridget Reinberger on Woman of the Year!

Congratulations are in order for one of our very own, Bridget Reinberger, General Manager of Lebanon Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram, for being named a finalist for the 2015 WE Celebrate Awards, (WE standing for Women Excel) presented by the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber!  Bridget was chosen by the Chamber as a finalist in the Woman […]

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Safety Tips for Holiday Travel

The weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day are arguably the busiest of the year.  We tend to have so much going on around this time; taking trips to visit relatives, searching for the right gifts, and performing other tasks which make the holidays such a special time of the year.  The scary thing about […]

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