Pete, welcome to the Challenger fraternity. Old Dave really builds great cars, and the Altered at the show was no exception! I grew up a few miles south of him (Holdfast) and always heard about his love of all things Hemi. He bought the 'Bird from Southey Motors for an alarming price way before Mopar musclecars were all the rage.Coffee would be great, bought a new 2010 Challenger RT Classic in Hemi Orange.
5.7 with 6 speed manual.
Can't wait to see your car it looks amazing!
Don't forget about Moparfest, Saturday & Sunday, August 18 & 19.Ok gang time to start planning a super fun get together for 2012.
Let,s get some ideas cookin...some mid point in Weatern CANADA where a whole bunch of us can gather for a weekend of commeraderie and maybe a few "games"????
Come on boys what do ya say.....any ideas???
How about some place that has a race track.
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If it was closer to Ontario that Saskatoon, I'd consider the trip. It was fun travelling out there and meeting a few of you, but too long of a trip 2 years in a row.That would be a plus definately!:banana:
I crossed at Estevan/Portal then went through North Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan, then crossed at Port Huron/Sarnia since I stopped at the Chrysler museum for their cruise night and to tour the museum.That would be fantastic to see you guys again. Rose and I would be making a holiday out of the trip as we have family back in Kingston that we haven't seen for quite a few years. Hey Val, what exact route did you take out and back? We have done that trip 3 or 4 times in the past, but always took the trans Canada. Thought we would do U.S. route this time. Any tips would be appreciated.