I agree with Anthony, I'm not sure I like that ugly rear wiper. I did notice, however, that it is missing from the SRT-8 on Randy's video. If it comes with one, I'll consider it's removal as a potential mod.
This 5.7L Hemi R/T Magnum may be the car for me. I don't think I'd be able to afford the SRT-8 with the 6.1L or the Charger
Originally posted by Warlord187 We'll see if the words by my avatar remain after Thursday (that's when I plan on going to the auto show).
Hope you like it. I probably won't see it in person until the dealerships start getting the "show-em-off" models that aren't for sale. Obviously I'll see the 300 first (since they are being released a month earlier). But the Magnum has my eye.
yuck 225/60 18, anyone up for 235/55 18 goodyear eagle RS-A?
edit: anyone know the wheel width 7.0, 7.5, 8.0?
Mercedes always does stupid shit like 7.5x16 with 215/55 16 on the old E320,
8.0x16 with 225/55 16 on the current e320
and supposedly when the S-class came out, it used 8.0x16 with 225/60 16 tires
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