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Goehner

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  1. Countdown has begun, paging Kevin.
  2. No picture that i can see
  3. https://carbuzz.com/news/dodge-should-build-this-challenger-hellcat-el-camino-now Dodge Should Build This Challenger Hellcat 'El Camino' Now May 26, 2019 by Gabe Beita Kiser Video Can you imagine the tire carnage it would cause? A little-known competitor to the Chevrolet El Camino and Ford Ranchero was a Dodge with a much more aggressive-sounding name: Rampage. Unfortunately, the Dodge Rampage’s sales are best described using any word but "rampage.” It went out of production just two years after it went on sale in 1982 since Dodge only managed to sell a total of 37,371 units during its entire lifespan. Dodge revisited the nameplate when it brought the Dodge Rampage Concept, a truck with a softer body style intended to appeal to potential truck buyers who didn’t like the truck body style, to the 2006 Detroit Auto Show. It featured flared fenders, a 5.7-liter Hemi V8, and, weirdly, a front-wheel-drive layout. 7 3 You Might Also Like Cars That Should Be Used As Police Cars These Are The Cars Billionaires Buy But that was then. In the here and now, we have access to easy horsepower and powerful rendering technology, which is why YouTuber The Sketch Monkey went ahead and created this rendering of a Dodge Rampage using a Dodge Challenger as the donor car. It looks better than previous attempts at a Dodge Rampage revival, to say the least. In fact, the results are pretty fantastic. Mainly because The Sketch Monkey made it a Dodge Rampage Hellcat, which would bear the Challenger Hellcat's 717-horsepower 6.2-liter supercharged V8. Yes, we also shuddered when we thought about the poor rear tires that would have to handle a Hellcat’s output without a normal rear end weighing it down. 3 Practicality aside, the Rampage is easy to fall in love with in part because the Challenger is so easy to turn into a truck, stylistically speaking. Since it has such a long and flat trunk, all The Sketch Monkey had to do was chop out the rear seats, move the C-Pillar towards the front of the car so it rests behind the front seats, and use the extra space as a bed. In fact, the Challenger’s body is so conducive to becoming a Ute that the length and wheelbase can remain the same. And like the Rampage Concept, this Rampage Hellcat gets to keep its flared fenders courtesy of the Hellcat’s widebody package. Obviously, Dodge would never put something like this into production, but at least we can dream.
  4. Looks good Dale.
  5. I know there have been plenty in the past, but lets get this party started with this one. http://www.lex18.com/news/woman-arrested-for-raising-cane-at-winchester-car-dealership A Madison County woman was arrested accused of "raising cane" at a Winchester car dealership. Laqueeta Penman and her boyfriend went to the Rod Hatfield Dealership in Clark County to trade in their car. They got a Dodge Challenger, but Penman says her boyfriend changed his mind. She says the problem started when they tried to get the old car back - there was a disagreement about money and getting the key back. According to the citation, Penman was "raising cane" at the dealership. Investigators say a deputy asked her to leave several times when she was being disorderly but she wouldn't. Penman and her boyfriend are accused of fighting a deputy after he tried to arrest Penman. The citation says the deputy tried to use a taser, but Penman grabbed it out of his hand. "I don't know who was the scariest. Either it was the detective attacking me was the scariest, or the people at the car shop who watched it. It was 20 people and no one helped," Penman said. "I was getting beat down there." LEX 18 tried to speak with witnesses at the dealership, but a manager said there was no comment. Penman is facing several charges including assaulting a police officer and disarming a police officer.
  6. LMAO, the racks, love you guys. Good luck Mike, that really sucks.
  7. https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/child-ejected-from-car-killed-in-street-racing-collision-police-say/287-1e3f8f87-4763-49ee-9f68-c7550f807796 Child ejected from car, killed in street-racing collision, police say Three racing cars led to deadly collision Author: Jack Beavers, Alex Rozier Published: 10:26 AM CDT May 25, 2019 Updated: 8:43 PM CDT May 26, 2019 DALLAS — Three cars racing Friday night led to a deadly collision that claimed a child's life in the Pleasant Grove neighborhood of Dallas. Police say drivers of a Ford Mustang, a Dodge Charger and a Dodge Challenger were racing at about 7:30 p.m. in the 10700 block of Lake June Road when they encountered a Chevy Impala making a left turn. WFAA The Challenger T-boned the Impala, causing it to spin several times. Olivia Mendez, 9, was ejected from the Impala and later died from her injuries at the hospital. Another child that was in a car seat suffered critical injuries. The driver was taken to a hospital in good condition. The driver of the Challenger was arrested after being taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The drivers of the Mustang and Charger fled the scene but were apprehended a short time later. Miguel Rocha said he was cut off by the Challenger and started recording video right after. The cellphone video captured the collision. “He almost hit me and that made me want to record because if he hits me I have everything recorded,” Rocha said. “I never thought this was going to happen. I never thought anything like this was going to happen.” “The first thing I saw was the little girl in the white dress fly out the back window,” he said. “Those are just some images that are real graphic.” Kim Watson was driving home to Mesquite when she witnessed the wreck. “Why were they racing like that? They took an innocent life,” she said. “I thought about this little baby all day, all night." She said she was so disturbed by what she saw that she drove by the site later. "That’s when I saw the balloons," Watson said. "I thought she didn’t make it.” Miguel Morales lives two homes down from the crash site and said he's frustrated because street racing is common in the area. The driver of the Challenger was arrested after being taken to the hospital with minor injuries. The drivers of the Mustang and Charger fled the scene but were apprehended a short time later. “I can’t stand it that nobody has done nothing about it,” he said. "It would be a good thing to put some speed bumps so they can’t be racing right around here."
  8. https://www.syracuse.com/crime/2019/05/man-dies-after-high-speed-crash-near-adirondacks.html Forestport, NY -- A Forestport man was killed Saturday afternoon when a car he was driving went off a rural road and crashed just outside the Adirondack Park boundary. A witness told police he saw a black Dodge Challenger driving “at a high rate of speed” along North Lake Road, in the Oneida County hamlet about 25 miles from Old Forge. By the time a nearby trooper arrived, the muscle car had gone off the road and struck a tree. The driver, David W. Fenton, 46, of 10674 North Lake Road, was pronounced dead at the scene. The investigation is continuing.
  9. Yea, maybe not a nice topic, but always fine to share for the lessons to be learned. http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-dodge-challenger-big-rig-crash-20131111,0,3505518.story#axzz2l0TSDEtl By Ari BloomekatzNovember 11, 2013, 10:43 a.m. The driver of a Dodge Challenger slammed into a big rig Monday morning, shearing off the car's roof. The crash, which occurred at 1:10 a.m. at the offramp of the southbound 605 Freeway at Washington Boulevard in Whittier, seriously injured the driver of the car, according to the California Highway Patrol. The driver of the big rig failed to stop at the end of the offramp and made an illegal left turn "directly into the path" of the car, the CHP said. The Challenger became lodged underneath the truck, KTLA reported, its roof sheared off by the force of the impact. The driver of the big rig tried to drive away from the scene, the CHP said, but according to KTLA his truck stopped working a short time later and he was taken into custody. Officials said the driver of the Challenger sustained major injuries and was in serious condition.
  10. How many miles are on it? You don't need a tuner to fix that.
  11. https://www.thedenverchannel.com/news/local-news/driver-arrested-after-hitting-130-mph-on-i-70-shoulder-crashing-out-csp-says EAGLE COUNTY — A 31-year-old man was arrested on reckless driving charges after reaching speeds of more than 130 mph on the Interstate 70 shoulder near Vail, and then crashing out, according to the Colorado State Patrol. Rafael Cotlear suffered minor injuries in the rollover wreck before he was taken to the Eagle County Detentions Center. He faces misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence, reckless driving, reckless endangerment, exhibition of speed, damage to a highway structure and no proof of insurance. Troopers got multiple 911 calls about 8:15 p.m. Tuesday, reporting that a westbound Dodge Challenger was driving fast and making unsafe lane changes down Vail Pass, according to a news release from the state patrol. A trooper spotted the Challenger near Edwards, west of Vail, and tried to pull the car over. But the car sped up to more than 130 mph, passing vehicles on the right shoulder of the highway, the news release said. The trooper stopped following the Challenger because of heavy traffic and the high speeds. An off-duty officer later reported that Cotlear had crashed just west of the Wolcott exit and rolled into the eastbound lanes of I-70. Troopers shut down the eastbound lanes for about an hour, and Cotlear was taken to a hospital. He was later arrested and booked into jail, where he remained in custody Wednesday with his bond set at $1,000. Anyone with more information about the incident is asked to call Colorado State Patrol at 970-824-6501.
  12. That is cool as shit Dan.
  13. haha Denis
  14. Great event as always. I do know someone that tried to do a burnout in the burnout box in reverse, but I would never name names.
  15. And here we go.................
  16. I don't even wash mine anymore for CF.
  17. https://www.ksat.com/news/defenders/do-you-know-who-i-am-asked-bcso-sergeant-detained-for-reckless-driving
  18. AOC

    She is awesome
  19. https://www.kctv5.com/news/car-goes-into-bedroom-in-osawatomie/article_5c29c98c-5723-11e9-8866-6b3067d8d74b.html (Osawatomie Volunteer Fire Department on Facebook) OSAWATOMIE, KS (KCTV) -- Crews from the fire department went to an apartment in Osawatomie on Thursday after a Dodge Challenger went into someone's bedroom. The incident happened at about 1:45 p.m. at the Chestnut Manor apartment complex in the area of 12th and Chestnut. Two people in the car were taken to the hospital and were treated for minor injuries. No one inside the building was injured. Both the vehicle and the structure were significantly damaged. Two units were damaged during the accident and both of those residents have been displaced. The local Red Cross chapter and the apartment complex's management are assisting them. Why this all happened is still a mystery. Police are investigating what led the driver to lose control. On Friday, the brick wall that the car crashed through was boarded up. Dennis Hodgkinson heard when the car plowed right through the wall into his bedroom. “Sounded like a bomb going off,” he said. “This is, was my apartment.” The car came down a hill and faint tire tracks that lead right to the apartment from the road are visible. Bricks from the wall landed all the way over in the closet on the other side of the room. Watch this video to learn more We wanted you to see this trending video Sponsored by Sponsor See More Hodgkinson is very aware what would’ve happened had he been in the bedroom instead of the living room. “A dead duck,” he said. Meanwhile, the maintenance man named Mike is trying to figure out how to fix it all – if it can be fixed. The car’s bumper and part of Hodgkinson’s bedroom are still scattered around the yard. Hodgkinson said he doesn’t really know what to think. “You don’t comprehend that kind of stuff happening,” he said.