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Car Show: The Big 3 Shine at the Woodward Dream Cruise Part 2 - Chrysler Group

The Big 3 Shine at the Woodward Dream Cruise Part 2 - Chrysler Group

Detroit, Michigan
Friday, August 16, 2013
Photos by: Patrick Rall

Woodward Dream Cruise Part 2 - Chrysler Group

While the main attractions at Detroit’s annual Woodward Dream Cruise are the tens of thousands of privately owned classic and custom cars cruising the famous route, the American automakers have capitalized on the popularity of the event with big, prominent displays that serve as some of the most popular static attractions along the Dream Cruise path. Each year, the Chrysler Group has a massive display at the corner of Woodward Avenue and 13 Mile Road with the General Motors display just a half mile or so up the road. On the other hand, Ford Motor Company opts to close off an entire road that runs perpendicular to Woodward Avenue and when you incorporate the many parking lots along 9 Mile Road in Ferndale – Ford’s display easily covers more than a mile of real estate at the event.

The Chrysler Group puts together the second biggest corporate display at the Woodward Dream Cruise and while there are a small number of privately owned vehicles in the Mopar area at the corner of 13 Mile and Woodward, the star of the Chrysler show is the spread of production vehicles. Chrysler rolled out current production models like the Challenger SRT, the Grand Cherokee SRT, the Charger SRT, the new SRT Viper, the new Power Wagon Ram, the Challenger R/T, the Charger Daytona, the Dodge Dart and the new Jeep Cherokee in addition to customized vehicles that have previously been featured at events like the SEMA Show and the Moab Easter Safari. The Chrysler display also offers fans a chance to have their pictures taken in front of popular company vehicles including the awesome Raminator monster truck while also testing their racing skills and pit crew skills in a set of interactive displays. While the Chrysler display doesn’t have the sheer number of vehicles that you get with the Ford display – the Chrysler area gives fans plenty of keep themselves busy when they visit.

Go HERE for Part 1 - Ford

Go HERE for Part 3 - General Motors

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