my first orange breasted Challenger.
It is the first I have seen outside the four walls of an auto show, but it was perched on the back of the car carrier making it way out of Brampton on the 410 south.
Sorry no pics - nor did I get close enough to read the destination.
Yeah, and leaving the country... Sniff sniff...
But I like your car better Layne...
Super Bee #0427 of 1000 with USW Forged Wheels
Mopar CAI, Corsa Exhaust, Diablo canned tune, Drag Radials, Skinnies
12.217 @ 117 mph
Interestingly enough I hear the orange breasted Challenger is a fan of warmer climates and likes to spend it's summers close to a dragstrip. This rare species is known to attempt to out run most on said dragstrip. They enjoy high octane fuel quality rubber products and loud music. It's possible on a warm summer night to see 5 or 6 running around at a time and they also flock with their cousins the Green Headed Charger The Silverback 300c's and the Brilliant Black Magnum. Though not much is known about the species several researchers are doing studies now to figure these graceful creatures out.
Time is slowly approaching... ever so slowly...
2005 Magnum RT load runner 2.6: Inertia Motorsports 419 Stroker, Predator Tune: 475rwhp & 465rwtq, Crower Cam, Kook's Headers, 3 inch "Custom" Exhaust, Tunable Induction Intake, NAG1-HTC Tranny, 3.55 Gears, 600hp DSS Half-Shafts, TrueFiber Challenger Hood, Enkei Wheels 18"x9", MT 28.00" / 12.00" x 18" radials on rear, Paneled Rear Side Windows, GoManGo Front Seats, Eibach Springs/Dampers, Wilwood Calipers, Rear Wiper Removed, Billet Technology enhancments.
2013 Chrysler 300 (black)
1999 Plymouth Prowler (yellow) Prowler Pro #11
2011 RPG Ford Raptor
is it here yet????
More than likely going to Chrysler tec center or the hold yard.Today I had a shock,a challenger built for Canada.The first one I have seen.Lucky person!!