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  4. thanks guys, cant wait to see this with the bumper on and fully assembled. got a lot of clean up and prime n painting to do. finish welding, wiring n fuel lines. little things that add up to a fortune of time needed.
  5. Bump these items up & accepting offers on the KB Big Bore 2.8 Litre Supercharger Head Unit, Lunati Blower Cam for the 6.1 & 5.7 Hemi and all my remaining items guys,thnx!!!
  6. And I have seen a preview of the afgan that is being knitted by the lady that did the flag last year, and this one is pretty special as well. I am hoping they send me a pic of the final so I can post it.
  7. A couple items that will be available at the R4V auction. Of course the quilt is courtesy of MsCruz King and it is gorgeous as usual!
  8. Awesome , just Awesome
  9. 75 days to go Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  10. Cant wait to see you all, Im ready for a get away
  11. i know a few of you guys dont facebook. so ill update this. should run in a couple weeks i hope.
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  13. king cake is fine BUT i'm not going to cut it.
  14. Update. To participate in the pre-event track rental, we ask that you prepay so there is no confusion or missing names the day of. Those that want to pay at the gate for raceday, that is more than fine. Rental days will have minimal track staffing so this is the best method. If you are unable to attend the rental and prepaid, refunds will be issued. Cutoff for prepayment for the rental and race is Wednesday February 27th. http://hemirace.com/races/2019-legmaker-intakes-sgmp-mshs/
  15. Booked, do I need to bring King Cake for the welcome party? It is Mardi Gras weekend in New Orleans.
  16. Great you made my day.
  17. 76 days to go Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  18. Not a rumor for us😍. We are registered and have hotel room. See you there GG!
  19. https://www.wpsdlocal6.com/2019/02/14/paducah-man-charged-in-livingston-county-high-speed-chase/ LIVINGSTON COUNTY, KY — The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office says a man was taken to a local hospital after his vehicle flipped during a high-speed chase. Investigators say the man nearly hit several vehicles during the chase, including a police cruiser. In a news release, Sgt. Jason Kirk says he was driving south on Kentucky 453 around 3:45 p.m. Thursday when he saw a 2009 Dodge Challenger speeding north on KY 93 near the intersection with KY 453. Kirk says he saw the car nearly hit another southbound vehicle. He says as the car continued northbound, it drifted into the southbound lane — where it nearly hit a police cruiser. Kirk says he turned around, turned on his lights and sirens, and tried to pull the car over. The Challenger did not stop, and it nearly hit another vehicle as it continued down the road near Friendship Baptist Church. The sergeant says the Challenger tried to turn onto Heater Store Road, but the car was going to fast, so it flipped twice before landing on the driver’s side on the northbound shoulder of the road. That’s when Kirk says the driver — 43-year-old Jeffrey Lynn Collier of Paducah — got out through the passenger’s side window and took off running through the woods near the road. Kirk says he ran after Collier and apprehended him about 75 yards away from where the car crashed. Kirk says Collier was taken to Lourdes Hospital in Paducah for possible injuries. Collier is charged with one count of first degree wanton endangerment of a police officer, three counts of first degree wanton endangerment, one count of first degree fleeing or evading police in a vehicle, one count of first degree fleeing or evading police on foot, a count of speeding 26 mph or greater over the limit, driving under the influence on the first offense and failure to wear a seat belt.
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  21. Which class or prize are you after?!?! Race classes: Z Automotive Technologies – King of the Hill (dial in) Demon Performance – Super Pro (Heads Up) Thitek – Pro (9.50 index) Carlyle Racing– Demon Class (Heads Up) High Horse Performance, Inc. – Hellcat (10.00 index) True Street Performance / Jim – Modified (10.50 index) Legmaker Intakes, LLC – Super Stock (11.50 index) Gearhead Fabrications - Street (12.50 index) eastcoastmoparts.com – Bracket (dial in) SOUTHERN HOTROD, LLC – Rookie Class (dial in) Prizes: Whipple Superchargers - Best ET, 60 Foot & Reaction Time Moe's Performance - Best RAM ET
  22. https://www.norwichbulletin.com/news/20190213/police-man-drank-drove-muscle-car-wrong-way-on-i-395-in-thompson THOMPSON - A Massachusetts man is facing charges after police said he drove the wrong way on Interstate 395 in Thompson in a 2018 Dodge Challenger Monday night, while under the influence of alcohol. At 9 p.m., Troop D said they received a 911 call reporting a possible wrong-way driver traveling north in the southbound portion of I-395. According to state police, troopers “saturated the area,” looking for the vehicle. Police said they received information that the motorist had corrected itself and was driving the correct way, however, traveling at varying speeds and unable to maintain a lane. Troopers caught up with and pulled over driver Jiovann Alvarenga, of Worcester, who was driving a yellow 2018 Dodge Challenger, according to police. Alvarenga failed standardized field sobriety tests, police said, and admitted to consuming alcoholic beverages at Mario’s Show Place in Webster. He was charged with operating under the influence of alcohol/drugs, failure to drive in a proper lane, driving the wrong-way on a limited access highway, illegal entry onto a limited access highway, conducting an improper u-turn and use of an improper signal. Alvarenga was issued a $500 cash bond and is scheduled to appear in Danielson Superior Court on Feb. 21.
  23. https://katc.com/ap-louisiana-news/2019/02/13/police-2-women-die-dodge-challenger-didnt-yield-to-semi/ CLAY, La. (AP) — State police say two Louisiana women died when the driver failed to yield to oncoming traffic and the car was hit by a tractor-trailer. Master Trooper Michael Reichardt said in a news release Wednesday that a trucker from Arkansas was injured in the crash Tuesday evening on Louisiana Highway 167 near the Jackson Parish community of Clay. In a phone interview, Reichardt said investigators don’t know whether the driver of the 2014 Dodge Challenger failed to see the 2015 Mack truck or ignored a yield sign when she turned left on the divided four-lane highway toward Highway 148. He says 20-year-old Madison Henson of Eros and her passenger, 22-year-old Corinna Hoffman of Shreveport, died at the scene. Reichardt says the crash injured 56-year-old Jerry Manhart of Camden, Arkansas.
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