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    The 392 found a little friend today.



    isn't it a nice couple ....
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    Hands down the Challenger is by far a better looking car.
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    Ain't no self-respecting Mopar going to hang out with a sissy GM car...


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    At least park next to a v8 car
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    Dang camaro ruined the shot!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by tick2791 View Post
    At least park next to a v8 car
    That's the problem, in our Country there are almost no V8 cars due to the heavy road tax we have to pay.

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    Still looks nice sitting next to each other.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hungry4TQHP View Post
    Hands down the Challenger is by far a better looking car.
    Exactly. Camaros are nice performers...but sooooooo butt-ass freakin' ugly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by yves View Post


    isn't it a nice couple ....
    Nice wheels on the Challenger! What brand are they?

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    Do some of you not realize he's posting from Belgium? A meeting of two American pony cars is RARE over there.

    Thanks for posting OP, it takes a really dedicated individual to own and drive a 392 over there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackRT313 View Post
    Nice wheels on the Challenger! What brand are they?

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    Those are Versante 226 wheels, custom painted 9.5 and 10.5 x 22 with 265 /30 and 295/30 tires, NO rubbing , these cars accept large wheels without problems.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tick2791 View Post
    At least park next to a v8 car

    Well, he did say "little friend"......
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    Quote Originally Posted by yves View Post
    Those are Versante 226 wheels, custom painted 9.5 and 10.5 x 22 with 265 /30 and 295/30 tires, NO rubbing , these cars accept large wheels without problems.
    I PMed you

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