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Do you have a modern showstopper? Do you like to rev your engine at red lights just to hear the rumble? Then show off your modern muscle here with cars from the 1980s to today!
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This Dodge Charger puts some muscle into the daily commute. It has a JLT Oil Catch Can, Petty Strut Brace, Carven Exhaust Tips, Rear Diffuser, Diode Dynamics LED smoked side marker lamps. This is my daily driver. At 500hp it is fun and enjoyable. Was looking for a Mustang GT350 at the time but test drove this car and was sold. The car has all the ADAS technology, has a very comfortable ride and aggressive looks. Car was never on my radar till I drove it. I have about 6500 miles on it but still smile every time I get in it!
Special Modifications: Rear Window Louvers, Shelby-style stripes, tinted windows & removable front license plate bracket.
A stock California Special Mustang usually referred to as a GT/CS. The color is Velocity Blue with Ebony interior highlighted with red stitching. Engine is a 5.0 Coyote with 460 horsepower transferred to a paddle & floor shifted 10 speed automatic transmission. Owner installed rear window louvers & Shelby-style striping. Ford introduced the California Special model in 1968 and has developed a devoted following. A very comfortable driving and handling Mustang.
Special Modifications: All stock….all day….right down to the Ford Mo Co air filter and wipers
Found this Thunderbird five or six years ago in Las Vegas while at SEMA. It’s a vehicle my wife has been asking for our entire married life. Bet $20 on the roulette wheel to win the money to transport home. I lost, of course, and drove it home. Almost a 1600-mile drive back to Chicago. Not one problem. I knew I found a great car! Outside some mechanical maintenance items, the only thing I have had to do is replace the back-window section of the convertible top. Some new sneakers are on the list in 2021 but I plan on owning this vehicle for a very long time.