The End Of The Road…For Now

 

When Scott and I were asked to develop an enthusiast-based tour featuring the 2011 Dodge Charger R/T and Dodge Challenger SRT8 392, we had no doubt it would be an amazing experience. Piloting two of the last true rear-wheel-drive, HEMI V8-powered American muscle cars across 8,000 miles of the good ol’ US of A, taking them to Dodge’s most devout fan-base was sure to be one helluva time. My trusty stead for the trip was the 2011 Dodge Charger R/T Max, loaded to the gills with…

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The End Of The Road…For Now

And Then There Were Three

As stated previously, SMS Supercars was the last stop on the HEMI Highway Tour. And even though torrential rain had dashed much of our hopes for a huge finish in SoCal, we were astounded by the undying support of those who still showed up in defiance of Mother Nature. These Mopar Folk are absolute die hards, to say the very least.


Let me introduce you to three diehards from the newly formed West Coast Challenger crew: Greg Miller, Larry Corbett, and Terrence Wenner (pictured below left to right).

 
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And Then There Were Three

SMS And The Butterfly Effect

I struggled on how to start this one. I mean, Steve Saleen has been made famous by one of the Challenger’s most bitter rivals of all time, the Ford Mustang.


As a Dodge fan, one mention of the name “Saleen” probably sends chills down your spine. He built monster Mustangs for years that elevated not only his own brand, but also that of the Blue Oval boys from Dearborn, Michigan.

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SMS And The Butterfly Effect