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rudedog last won the day on November 4 2014

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  1. Wonder if that guy got scammed.... Vin is for a 2017 SRT https://www.auto.com/cars/dodge-challenger-srt_392-2017-2c3cdzdjxhh501658
  2. Seems his listing was pulled.... I wonder why
  3. The VIN he listed is for a two year old Hellcat. that along should get his listing pulled.
  4. Regarding 3D printing, you're going to have issues with heat with PLA or ABS. I've done a lot of printing for my 1:1 scale working BB-8 Robot. The panels get soft just sitting in the garage here in Florida. You may have to find something that will withstand the heat. You can prime and seal the prints to protect from moisture but heat is what is going to make that difficult. You can always prototype via 3D printing. With that said, always looking forward to what you come up with. While sad to see Orange Crush go bye-bye looking forward to what the new Hellcat will bring.
  5. Seems they are dropping these 6.2 SC engines in everything. Lets just cut to the chase and put one in the Dart already.
  6. Or spend just a few thousand more and get a Hellcat. I really don't think these special editions are going to be worth as much as real 70's special editions are worth now a days. Just look at 2008 SRTs, Mopar 10s...... With that said, the only "special edition's" I thought would hold their value would be drag packs. Even than, are v10 Drag packs holding their values?
  7. wonder if those rims will be the OEM wheels for the car
  8. Merry Christmas everyone
  9. The problem with that is most media outlets are still on Hillary's side and will not broadcast anything that would make her look bad, or them for how they covered her these past 18-24 months. Regarding the "roits" as police have been reporting. This is what happens when everyone gets a trophy and no one learns how to loose.
  10. had to mail my ballet in last week as I'm on the road for the next two weeks. Make America Great Again!!!!
  11. I can only imagine how much this will be. I'm guessing, starting at 85-90K as an SRT jeep currently is 69-70K
  12. very sorry for your loss, good luck with the build
  13. I'm not home right now (stuck in NYC in a snow storm). I used a brass plug to cap the vent hole. A dodge engineer said our Power Steering (2008-2010) is a sealed system and does not need the vent. Plugged mine shortly after my last post in this thread and have not had any issues sense. When I do my oil change and fluid checks I always check the plug in the moroso cap.
  14. I think originally they where stapled and now they don't. Mine actually cracked on the way home from the dealership when I purchased it new. Just had to have the drivers side replaced this past week. If you're in central Florida, Fields of Sanford has a great service department, that takes care of all our cars (central Florida challengers owners). They know we're PITA with our cars and only let their Viper tech work on them.
  15. Check out speedy's video for the hurst shifter install. It should be basically the same thing as your auto to remove http://www.speedysgarage.net/challengerweb/challenger_mods/challenger_hurst_shifter/challenger_hurst_shifter_install.htm