Discussion in 'Dodge Challenger Videos' started by dag5246, Apr 18, 2015.
I hope this will open. Kinda cool video!
That was fun to watch! Gee, I feel a lot better now. If he can still drive an SRT, then I have a lot of years left to drive a Challenger!!
That was great...it was like I time warped to see my future! expect I don't know if I would of drove her out into that storm, but at that age... meh... maybe I will LOL
I guess with all the attention and comments our cars get, maybe we are driving a "Legendary Car"! Isn't it great!
Awesome vid . I'm impressed how prestine the car looks after all those years. Lol
LOL....true, it still had the original tires!:SHOCKED:
You know what? That Video brought a tear to my eye. No, seriously, I hope someday to do just that with my grandkids if I'm lucky enough to have some and live long enough to take them on one of those journeys.
My Dad had a Desoto with a big block in it. Back then I-77 was being built through Canton and there was this Hellacious curve that spelled doom for many-a-trucker. My Dad would fly around curve and we'd all scream with delight and terror. What a memory!
Great Video, I really enjoyed it.
That actually brought a tear to my eye! What a great video!!! Thanks for posting that!!
That was such a Cool video! :smileup:
That was fun to watch. Thanks for posting it.
Terrific video. Thanks for sharing that with us!
Thanks for putting that one up. Great commercial.
X3 for getting teary eyed, and I did it at work. Umm, that hit me pretty hard.
That was GREAT! I'll still feel that way in another 15-20 years!
We been driving legends since the first Vanishing Point,some of us just didn't know it.This car is mystical in so many ways,why do you think ford and chevy owners have such a hard time dealing with us because they know,yeah they know!ld:
Sweet, I love that.
My daughter and I are going for a ride right now! Come on kid, were not waiting!
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