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|03-21-2017 08:32 AM|
|2009 Classic B5||
Yes, those are the Road/Snow (R/S) wheels from a base model R/T. I cannot see risking the great Classic 20" wheels on the road or in the snow. Picked up the 18" wheels for $900 with shipping brand new, so it was quite a bargain. I have to get the Classic wheels back on soon now that spring is here. With 43K on the car, I still have the original tires on the 20" wheels.
The first photo is the car new on the dealer's lot (West Valley Dodge in Utah). The second photo is a shot at the Colorado boarder the same day driving it back to Denver from SLC. Hwy 40 is a beautiful drive in this part of the country!
|03-20-2017 10:08 AM|
|HarleyMo||That is sick looking. Love that. Great job. Red on black is one of my favorites|
|03-20-2017 10:03 AM|
|vmcchris||This is my work in progress.|
|03-16-2017 03:12 PM|
|stevewhiteparts||and then while doing battle with nice older Trans Am we both nearly clobbered a white Camaro that spun and slid backwards in front us.....we both had a pucker up moment as we split the Camaro.....|
|03-16-2017 03:06 PM|
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|03-16-2017 10:38 AM|
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|03-15-2017 02:33 PM|
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|03-15-2017 02:23 PM|
the Challenger is its natural environment.....
|03-15-2017 01:54 PM|
|fyrdude||Challengers look best out on the road in the wide open spaces. Great photos. B5 really pops on a sunny day with white puffy clouds in a deep blue sky.|
|03-15-2017 12:16 PM|
|2009 Classic B5||Independence Pass provides a great backdrop for a Challenger. Another is Hyw 12 in Utah. Great places to drive and enjoy both your car and the natural beauty of the country.|
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