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    with all the hellcat wrecks

    I think I`m going to start selling tee shirts that say "My other car is a wrecked Hellcat".

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    Reminds me of when I was young and all the clowns wrecking "Muscle" cars by having no idea what to do with all that power in cars that had nowhere near the suspension or brakes to compensate for it.

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    I can still remember back around 1972 being at a scrapyard with my dad looking for a rear bumper for his '68 Coronet after it got rear ended. It was a big (gigantic, huge) yard and when we got to the area where the Dodge B bodies were,,,,,,,,,,,there was a row of wrecked Superbee's and Coronet R/T's as far as the eye could see. I specifically recall seeing at least two Hemi powered ones. Even at 8 years old, I knew what a Hemi was (car and Mopar family). No idea how many were there at that time.

    The best bumper he could find still had a dent in it. Had better luck with a taillight and tail panel trim though. Back then, the "totaled" threshold was a whole lot lower for a 4 year old car, so he took what the other driver's insurance paid and fixed it himself. It wasn't bent really all that bad actually.
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