Oh man, this movie ruled!
Ha, well, that’s kind of where the sensation drops off.
Kristen has the one the came after this. Which, no offense KL, doesn’t really do it for me.
I like the “mom’s photo album” feel of your photos. Even makes the M4 feel kinda... retro.
The Challenger V6 AWD feels like a muscle car. Important distinction.
Could be a Canadian fan-request, more likely a Dodge marketing strategy that went something like “we need to give people a new reason to care about/buy this old car... besides an 840-horsepower variant nobody can afford.”
Turns out the only snow was on the mountain, to which the Challenger was denied access :(
Yes, definitely, this occurred to me on my fourth trip with a shopping car out of Home Depot.
Hah, yeah... exactly.
Without a doubt it would have been cheaper to do my own wrench work, assuming I would have done it correctly. The vast majority of my shop bills were labor, I mean, gaskets don’t cost much even for weird old cars like the Scout.
I looked into stuff like this! I might revisit the wood someday... I had fun building it. Just didn’t like the way it ended up looking.
Haha, good eye.
Oldie and goodie.
I liked this video though.
Haha, good eye. Yeah I just mirror’d the photo so both cars would be going the same way. I wanted to use dramatically different colors for the two versions of the car so had to improvise a little.
Huh. Seems likely, now that I think about it. I mean, why not? It’s just fenders (yes, the fenders are different below the flairs) and wheels.