4 Things I Like To Do With My Dodge Challenger
My name is Janice Brewster-Benn. I was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. To this date, I am still residing in the suburbs of Chicago. Growing up the youngest of six children, I was always called the Motörhead in the family because I was always on my fathers heels as he loved to work on cars. I actually put my first radiator in at age nine with some help from him of course.
I've owned several muscle cars in my lifetime but the best purchase I made was my 2013 Dodge Challenger R/T. She's a beauty with less than 9k miles on it to date. I traded in the muscle when I had my kids. Now their all grown and I was ready to resume where I left off.
There are four things that I love to do with my Dodge Challenger:
- Make sure my Dodge Challenger always shines like new money (sometimes I wash her so much I think I may wash away the paint).
- Attend as many muscle car shows as possible to showcase her beauty.
- Take my Challenger to a nearby track where I can actually see what she's made at top speed under my control legally.
- Take those late night rides when the roads are clear, preferably in rural areas where I can let her hang loose and allow all of the stressors of the day melt away. It's as if I am the only one in the world when I am out at night just hearing the voice of the engine speak to me or if I am just enjoying my favorite tunes as I kick up the concrete mile after mile. As soon as I start her up, and hear that roar, the adrenaline begins to rush.
Although she has a pretty mean bite already, I'm looking to increase the performance (details to follow). I'm in discussion with a fabulous mechanic who works on nothing but high performance vehicles, so I am sure she will be ready to take on the best of the best very soon blowing them off the tracks. This is my baby now.
If you are a true lover of muscle, the Challenger is what you want. It's tough, it's tight, it's mean, it's an eye catcher, it's a beast!! For as long as I live, I will be an owner of one or multiple Dodge Challengers. The need for speed is in my bloodline and it won't stop until I am no more. If you've been thinking about it, I say, go for it! You won't be disappointed.
What do you like to do with you car?