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Old November 2nd   #1
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I'm not a HUGE Dodge Challenger fan...

... but wow. Someone find me more pics, stat!

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Only other photo I could find from the photographer. It's on air runner bags.

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You're right, you're too skinny to be huge. j/k man!

That looks pretty close to the look of the Fast Five Challenger. Those wheels and paint/vinyl work really well on the car for sure.
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The car looks go but its flippin HUGE! lol and I am a huge Mopar fan, but not so on the challengers
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yeah a good friend of mine has a Charger SRT8(though its one of the older ones), I liked them A LOT more than the Challenger when it debuted, even though the Challenger SRT8 was the flagship car, i'd honestly prefer to have an older Charger SRT8

and the new Charger SRT8? no comparison, its a gorgeous car.. if I weren't a diehard GM guy, one would have been in my driveway... still a Camaro kind of guy at the end of the day but I really like the new SRT8 Charger, and the new mustang looks great as well, hated the mustang when they 1st did the whole retro thing and thought it was ugly as sin, but the '10+ Mustangs look great
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Last year at SEMA, these were the big three cars that everyone was designing things for. Tomorrow morning, I'll see if it's the same this year.
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I just grabbed shots of this car here at sema.
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I'm not a big fan of those cars either but this one in particular has just changed my mind. I would definitely drive this car for sure!!!!
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This is proof that just about everything looks better on air!
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This is proof that just about everything looks better on air!

I think this one invalidates that theory.
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That car is void from the argument, because of fords failed attempt at making a good factory air suspension!lol I was referring to vehicles that aren't factory equiped with air ride!
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You would've loved the vehicles at SEMA--there was air everywhere! Including a new product that puts air on top of a coilover.

There were so many complete bolt-on front sub-frames with everything already done--narrowed front, integrated bags with complete steering rack and control arms. Just weld onto your frame and you're done.
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Speaking of air... Last thursday I was stuck in traffic in Crashville, and a Monte Carlo, about say '98-99, pulls up beside me. Red with no paint on the pass quarter, no biggie. He finally gets even where I can look down into it, and the dude has 16 switches! LOL I though no way, but sure enough, I watch it and he adjusts the front. They had to have been bags though, because it wasn't riding like Hydro's would have.

Pretty funny on such a bland car, no rims or anything.
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I'm sure this already exists out there, but if not then this is someone's million dollar idea if they can make it happen--programmed action switches. So you can program a sequence of switch actuations into a single switch. Like drop side, wait 2 seconds, raise side, drop other side, wait 2 seconds, raise side, and then drop and raise front (to bounce slightly).

This would be super simple to program if the switches are truly on-off. I did a project like this in my digital logic lab in college.
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