FRI Econo Heads & FRI Sidewinder: Installed @ BFNY by Hemi31 with special guest Fnkychkn, JBA Shorties, JBA/HHP hi-flow catted mids, stock SRT8 cat-back, C&L CAI.
HUGE thanks to Hemiwagn and HalfFast Performance for making it all possible.
First choice would be a 1958 Plymouth Fury.
Second would be a 1963 Dodge Polara.
10.29@132 Aluminum 468 in '05 Magnum R/T
Hemituner, Arrington, GTP, FTI, Paramount, Driveshaft Shop, LMI, and a few other goodies.
68 Charger or a SuperBird
East Coast Car & Truck Club
1969 Hemi Charger Daytona black with red wing and red seats.
Mine 2012 Challenger SXT black Hers 2005 Mustang red
63 sport fury, with a 426 max wedge.432506_227892544.jpg
]2008 challenger,stock. hemi reg.#1010, BT engine dress up kit, BCLX sticker, pny klr plate, Aria CAI, BT catch can, BMC braided hoses, hurst shifter plate & pistol grip shfter ,SLP Line lock,custom painted rims,email@example.com mph
a 440 six barrel 70 superbird in go-mango, with the white interior, buckets and column shift.
The MoPar I want most is sitting in my garage waiting to be finished.... LOL
Old MoPars I have never owned that I would LOVVVVE would be
A 1964/1965 altered wheelbase MoPar with an EFI Hilborn big cube Hemi that had no lettering, I would love to run it on the street and mosey on up to stoplight after stoplight....
If hybrids count I would want a 1970 Monteverdi HAI 450 SS. Pretty hard to beat IMO.
72 Road Runner 4 spd air grabber
I used to have one. ...And i want it back
SRT exhaust,tint,painted and tinted tail lights,black hood roof and deck lid
rallye rims, diablo tune,k&N drop in filter,two tone door pannels,and
a few more interior mods im sure i forgot
It would be my "1970 CHALLENGER" that i sold 150.$ to make more room in the parking lot at the appartement is was living in. It was forest green, tan leather interior slap stick, 318 motor. I remember having wider tires in the back and shackles to! Just like ......the 70"s. I was 24 years old had to sell it also because of my first kid arrival but HA! I'm a 58 grand father and still have a CHALLENGER. Bought a "2010 CHALLENGER SXT" and my kid is 34 years old and she is proud of her daddy because he went back to the old school. My grand son (3 years old) do not know he owns a 2010 CHALLENGER!
Having been born in 1940 (old fart) I grew up in the age of muscle cars and was lucky enough to have owned a few.
I had a 63' Plymouth Savoy 2dr. with 426 Max Wedge, auto trans, and 4:56 rear gears.
Next was a 65' Plymouth Baracuda, Formula S, 273 V8 auto.
I miss my 69' Dodge Super Bee.........
Also owned a 64' Dodge Dart, a 66 Plymouth Belevedere, 70' Plymouth Gran Fury
Those were the good old days.
Plenty of cheap gas.............. LOL
Bob in Ocala, Florida (a 73 year old guy who loves cars), 05' Magnum RT. Many mod's, all of Danko Products and a few from 402 Motoring.
Have owned my share of 12 & 13 second cars, am happy now with my stock RT.
70 Plymouth Superbird without a doubt
2005 Bright Silver Metallic 300C (Stolen, Recovered, Sold to another member)
2007 Yellow Super Bee Charger SRT8 #0960 of 1000 (KB 2.8 Super Charged and keeping forever)
2009 Modern Blue Pearl Grand Cherokee SRT8 (Traded for something that wasnt such a lush)
2012 Black Avenger R/T
2012 Maximum Steel Grand Cherokee Altitude
"Viewed from half a world away, a bomb is a political concern; viewed from less than a foot away, a bomb is just a high-stakes exercise in problem-solving, where making a mistake means a final, terminal education in the physics of expanding gases"
Glad you started this thread. In my mind... No question....
300c SRT-8 ~ 12.52@109mph
(CAI, 180-stat, catback, 315s, FTI 3200, 91oct canned tune)
Crossfire SRT-6 ~ 12.84@107mph