I try to wave but with city driving a 6speed and having my windows up, can't coordinate putting it down and getting my hand out in time.
But when headed to ocean city on rt. 50 always wave/flash lights/give thumbs up to fellow challenger owners.
Challengers are pretty rare where I Iive (near Charlottesville, VA). I flash my lights and/or wave and almost always get a response. I seem to encounter the most Challengers when driving my 99 Suburban!
Well, the 13 year old daughters of a dad renting one does!
My wife rented a V6 black Challenger for my birthday, to let me live with one for a few days. Maybe she thought I'd get it out of my system, but I'm more convinced than ever that a Hemi will be in my future. (My oldest is even more enamored of the idea. She wants me to get a Challenger and she wants a '68 Charger for her 16th. Good luck on that one!)
While cruising around the other day, when she spotted a twin to our rental, waved and yelled "hello!". She excitedly said driving the Challenger makes her fell like "a member in an exclusive club" LOL
There is one local guy I see all the time driving a super nice SE in Torred with a silver stripe. He's always going to work at the same time I am. I wave to him in traffic all the time and he completely ignores me and drives like a **** too. Makes me sad!
There is an IE owner who lives near by, his son was chatting with me on Youtube and then one day I was out and about in his town and he chased me down and we spent 3 hours in a CVS parking lot chatting, that was cool!
I was going to say that around the Dallas, TX area, it's like every other car is a Challenger. It is the "Mustang" of the car world here, it seems. So that would be too much waving for me. On the day I saw an actual 70's Challenger go by in oncoming traffic, that was special enough for me to wave! I was shocked to have crossed paths with one, finally.
In the close proximity of my neighborhood, there is 1 (loud) Mustang and 2 Challengers. Figure that one out! There is a 90's Camaro further down the street. For a short time a few houses down, there was a new Camaro with a v6 and exhaust that really would have been better off quiet. Then the person switched to Fiat 500. I guess he is still searching for his "spiritual car guide".
Was heading west on the Ohio turnpike this morning heading to Sylvania, which is just west of Toledo. And Toledo is where a number of FCA vehicles pile up occasionally before being loaded onto carriers for delivery to dealers. I passed at least five haulers (all headed east) that had multiple...
I noticed a plastic or styrofoam type material bag got stuck underneath my car in the undercarriage. Not sure how that happened. Someone must have littered and I drove through it and it got stuck. Well the heat of the car melted it so now I got plastic that hardened underneath my car. It...
What's the best place to store or hide your wheel lock key?
I'm assuming you will keep it in your car in case you need to change tires on the road.
The glove compartment you could lock, but that would also be the first place thieves will look for it.
Where can you keep it so it doesn't roll...