Dodge Challenger Meets its Demise on Breaking Bad!


If you’re a fan of the AMC’s Emmy award winning show Breaking Bad, you’ll remember the TorRed Challenger from last week’s episode.  With its high impact paint and black stripes, it would have been the dream car of any high school kid.  Unfortunately for young Walt Jr., he never had a chance to really enjoy his awesome new ride as his mother insisted his dad return it to the dealership. Walt Sr. wanted to properly “break it in” and give it a rightful send off, but as fate would have it, he got a little carried away.  His drifting antics in a desolate parking lot would have made Samuel Hubinette proud, but the “explosive” ending probably sent shivers up the backs of all our Challenger fans.  Click the links below to see all the exciting action from last Sunday’s episode along with a behind the scenes look into the making of the now infamous episode.

Inside Breaking Bad: The Car Explosion

Breaking Bad Talked About Scenes: Walt Takes Jr.’s Car Out For A Ride

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  • chuckz
    Posted August 30, 2011 at 1:14 pm | Permalink

    ouch.  That is going to leave a mark.  Too bad the series is canceled.

    Posted August 30, 2011 at 8:42 pm | Permalink

    I just read that the ratings have been the best that they have ever been and that AMC will extend it one more year.  Wow… cool burnouts in the parking lot!  I wasn’t expecting that.  That was pretty wild.  Job well done!  It is much easier on the eyes seeing mopars on the show then that Pontiac Aztec.  They slipped in a Chrysler 300 at the car wash, Mike was driving an old Aspen platform New Yorker until Jesse trashed it, and Hank drives a Jeep as well as Skyler.  Keep the mopars coming.  Great show!

    Posted September 14, 2011 at 8:56 pm | Permalink

    I can’t get over the burnouts that V6 Challenger did.  Nice job.  Just think if he had a 392 HEMI SRT8…he would have ripped up the pavement and broken the camera lens.

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