Author notes - this is my unedited review I did last year. I’ve changed nothing. I simply wrote this after testing a Scat Pack and wanted to post it here. Ironically, shortly after writing this, my best friend was inspired and purchased the Scat Pack I used in the photos.
Widebody Challenger with Michigan manufacturer plates. Heading south on I-75 somewhere around Bowling Green, OH.
Author’s Note: This piece was written prior to the reprehensible and cowardly terrorist attack that took place during the overall abhorrent events in Charlottesville, VA. It is not intended as commentary on that event, it was not inspired by that event, it just a piece about some cars I enjoyed driving. If its…
I just learned my dealer wants $150,000 for the Demon we have on order.
The clock might hint at output. Maybe. New Demon teaser has a bunch of other info, including LINE LOCK:
Okay, so maybe it IS just RWD, and comes with two sets of drag radials... judging by the video posted today it’ll come with a crate full of skinny front tires, a jack, and some tools to quickly swap the front wheels and tires at the track for something a little more appropriate.
shame these are all left hand drive. 8(
My SHAKER has a SHAKER badge so you know that my SHAKER is a SHAKER. SHAKER.
The picture should really give it away. I love the Challenger, especially the new one. I love the looks, the shape and it's presence that it has about itself compared to the of two pony cars. But If there's ONE thing I cannot stand, it's the size...
1. Use the RED key!!! The REEEEEEDDDDD KEY!!!!! Not the black key. "Take your black key and put it in a safe."
I had no idea they were so big. I feel like I am looking up at the rear of an SUV. That is all.
We don't have good editing software yet so excuse the the crappy edit.
This is The Opposite Locker where we try and sort out the cool from the square. This is a discussion system detailing how cool a car is, not how fast, fun, or frivolous it may be, but how well it looks in the cat's pajamas. But, you may be asking, what makes a car cool anyways?
I was on the first wave of the media drive for the 2015 Dodge Challenger, which included some seat time in the 707-horsepower Hellcat. I can't talk about driving impressions until Tuesday, but I can share some video that I shot for my job at Web2Carz.com.
It seems that all of the news lately has been centered around Dodge's newest Challenger, the Hellcat. And you really can't blame those that have been covering the story there, myself included. The fact that Dodge was able to put 707hp, a 10s quarter mile, and package it all up for just a hair under $60k! That is just…
Not sure why we are doing the America thing but I'm all for patriotism!