Discussion in 'The "Other" Bench' started by MikeM, Aug 14, 2014.
When you click this link does it come up Ziegler Auto Group?
The rear shaft bearing fails. The consequences are noisy (think Ford p/s) operation, reduced power, and possible domestic object damage to some fuel components. There are reported instances where things got crazier but it's mostly just the tell tale sound.
Is that the 2017 oil line?
Yes, that is who sells them cheap.
To funny, that is who I bought the car and warranty from in Schaumburg, Illinois -in fact my car can be seen in the drone footage that is their Web page
Sweet, hopefully they gave you "internet pricing", lol!
Gots to put this on the calendar~ the car got out of Northgate Dodge yesterday
A little part throttle, "track" mode, tunnel run. Pure stock with 1,400 on the clock. Sounds almost as good as M/T's off a 455!
Tom, that’s a great deal! It’s a lot of car for the money.
That is an amazing deal!
Favorite Hellcat article to date.
"Okay, enough about all that crap. You’re here to see what it’s like to drive, and I intend to deliver.
Imagine the loudest, tire-smokingest, burnout-happy muscle car from the golden era of the late 1960s and early 70s.
Then double that.
Now double it again.
And double it one more time."
My friend, who is a test driver for Fiat/Chrysler texted me a pic of the car he was driving. A silver Demon. I wish that the company he works for had a location near this side of the state. I'd love that job.
Postponed and looks good for this Sunday at the Cemetery. I'll be there!
Jerry, can you add the picture to the thread? I understand there's several issues with widebody hardware slowing production up.
That was a nasty day. I looked up the rules, and newer cars aren't invited...
I will give it a try.
OMG is that tough