You drive the SRT everyday??? Wow. How far is your daily commute? Mine is about 80miles round trip so thats another reason I got the RT, but so far I've been driving my SUV daily and the RT on weekends.
Yes I drive it a lot but that's what it's for, to enjoy it! My office is less than 2 miles from home, but I also drive it to see customers and make deliveries.
2010 SRT8 6-Speed HO
Purchased new 06/29/10
Mopar Cat Back
Mopar Strut Tower Brace
Skip Shift Eliminator
Mopar short throw shifter with Mopar carbon fiber knob
Tinted Windshield, sides, back, fogs, marker lights
LockPic V.4 w/front and rear cameras
Billet Technologies Interior Bling
ReBadge Design and Graphics Nose Badge
Diablosport inTune programmer
Mine's a daily driver as well... Here's some photos of my Header Orange '12 next to my previous TorRed '09. Also a daily driver...
__________________ 2012 Header Orange SRT8 Challenger. Auto with Paddles, 430N, BA stereo upgrades.
2009 TorRed SRT8 Challenger. 6-speed, Sunroof, Kicker, Nav. ***SOLD*** 1971 Lucerne Blue GTO. It was Limekist Green, with a 400 & M21 4-speed, but now packs a "built" 455HO & M22 "Rockcrusher".
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I drive mine daily, weather permitting. No snow, no salt. But it has been in quite a few rainstorms, some were very heavy.
It is pretty fun when I pull into my kids preschool parking lot with it. It is a sea of gray and beige minivans or SUV's, and here I come in the bright orange, 6 speed, muscle car! All the kids keep yelling out "hey look at the orange car" to their parents...
Lol. sounds like me when I was a kid. My dad has a hugger orange 32 ford sedan. We were always big fans of orange.
2010 Hemi Orange Dodge Challenger 5.7 Hemi
1967 RS Camaro 400 Small Block Chevy
1997 Ford Explorer V6 4.0
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