I only had a little time, so I'll have to finish the video tomorrow. The part I watched tonight was very entertaining, but off-roading and bottoming out a Charger Hellcat on dirt roads is really stupid. The Hellcat deserves more respect than that. These guys just decided to see how much they could destroy the car. There is surely damage to the undercarriage and suspension after those shenanigans!fancy tractor pulling instead?
Dodge Hellcat-Viper-Hellcat Thrash Battle! - Roadkill Ep. 38 - YouTube
I concur. After seeing Clint's Charger Hellcat in person for the first time yesterday, I would say the Charger Hellcat is more of a refined executive hotrod and the ChallyCat is all pure american muscle. You and I both love four doors with big motors over two doors, while I'm in love with the new updated styling on the Challenger, after seeing the Charger Cat yesterday I'll most likely stay with four door big motorcars, lol.He's gonna love it! Mark - it truly is a 'super car'. And - I'm really glad I got the Charger instead of the Chally.
The styling inside & out on the Charger is stunning. Looks good from every angle - just like the 300C.
Here's a pic of mine at the track Wednesday - aand I don't know if you saw this thread: http://www.300cforums.com/forums/road-course/211441-hellcat-has-been-unleashed-video.html
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You can see Ralph's handywork and eye for detail in the new Gen III Chargers. I really only prefer a RalphG designed modern Mopar. He's only signed my Mopars that he designed, lol.Beautiful pics. Mark! Thanks for posting them up.
Apparently, Ralph G.'s hands were on the restyling of the Charger. All the lines flow nicely together giving the impression of muscle & power.
has Clint yet you drive it yet???? ::smile:: BTW - love Bob's plate!
Yes Sir I still remember it like was yeasterday when you were passing through Houston and you handed me the Keys to your 300SRT, that was a fun run, lol.Yep. And I also KNOW how wicked you get behind the wheel!::biggrin::
It's been too long, Mark. We gotta get together soon.
Hey Pat. We drove Tom down on 12/31 to a dealership near Corpus Christie to pick up his Sublime Hellcat he ordered from our friend down there. What a beautiful car, the ride home was fun. He's driving the Hellcat to Spring Festival this year.
How can I get in touch with Tom? He recently painted his front splitter, rockers, and lower rear facia. Looks awesome and I wanted to ask if the backup sensors still work, and special attention needed when painting?