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I'm 36 and this is my first Mopar. I had a Mustang when I was about 21. Then I had a wife and kids. Car had to go. Now I'm back.
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I'm 36 and this is my first Mopar. I had a Mustang when I was about 21. Then I had a wife and kids. Car had to go. Now I'm back.
Pictures below of my new fling and my ex.



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My new love.

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My ex.
not bad for a FoundOnRoadDead (Ford) but you'll love the new blond!;)...mines in getting $6k of hail damage fixed an SRT8 hood & RedEye spoiler...only been a week & I so do miss her! Driving my 02 2500 Diesel just isn't the same anymore after 20 years she & I both have Arthritis! NICE RIDE!
 

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I will be 69 this coming April and I just bought my very first MOPAR, this 2013 Dodge Challenger R/T Classic, with only 12.9K original miles. The smile on my face with I drive this car, and admire the car in my garage, goes from ear to ear! What a great car!
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I'm 24, I expected an older generation but sheesh..I didn't know the older folk knew how to use the interwebs.
& we didn't know you knew how to use anything but your thumbs...;)
 

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& we didn't know you knew how to use anything but your thumbs...;)
I've noticed that where I live I see people in their 40s driving Challengers, but when I have work in Midland and Odessa EVERYONE drives a vehicle on the LX platform old and young. You could throw a rock anywhere in Odessa and hit a Charger or Challenger. Typically the older folks have an R/T or V6, but all the young kids in the oilfield typically have Scats or Hellcats. Guess you could chalk it up to financial knowledge from the older generation, while the younger one just wants to show off their money.

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I've noticed that where I live I see people in their 40s driving Challengers, but when I have work in Midland and Odessa EVERYONE drives a vehicle on the LX platform old and young. You could throw a rock anywhere in Odessa and hit a Charger or Challenger. Typically the older folks have an R/T or V6, but all the young kids in the oilfield typically have Scats or Hellcats. Guess you could chalk it up to financial knowledge from the older generation, while the younger one just wants to show off their money.

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or those of us in the 40+ age still like what we like. A 5.7 car wasnt going to do it for me, and I had to have a widebody and couldn't justify a widebody hellcat. So the WB ScatPack came home with me
 
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