Advertising / Marketing | October 01 2020

No tricks, these shirts are sweet

What do you consider the best part of Halloween – the costumes or the candy?

The correct answer is: both!

You’ll have to provide your own candy — or raid the kids’ bags — but we can help you with some Halloween T-shirts with attitude (because that old football jersey just isn’t going to cut it again this year).

Check out these options:

The Dodge Hellcat Redeye can put a scare into lesser vehicles any time of the year. Adding a spider and web is perfect for this holiday.

How about getting wrapped up in a Chrysler Vanpire?

On the hunt for pumpkins?  Climb your way through the patch with a colorful Jeep®.

Ram offers a brawny twist on the traditional Halloween greeting.

Halloween shares its signature color with one of the most fearsome engines of all time – the Mopar HEMI®.

Move fast and order your favorite shirt (only $27.95 each) by Sunday, Oct. 4 to get it in time for this year’s festivities. Because just like the candy, these won’t be around for long.

Dale Jewett

Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters
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Do you know your blood type? Mine is 100 octane (not your standard blood bank classification). At any given moment, I’m thinking about cars – driving one, fixing one, buying one or (in my dreams) restoring one. So I love to tell stories that involve horsepower, brake and wheel diameters and 0-to-60 times – and the people who make it happen. Because behind every awesome vehicle are amazing people with vision and the desire to make it a reality. I cover Mopar, Dodge, SRT and motorsports for FCA Digital Media. I learned to drive on a 1973 Jeep CJ-5 with the rare Super Jeep option package and three-speed manual transmission. I still belong to the dwindling club of people who prefer to shift their own gears, and think the best way to drive is with the top down!