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  • Challenger Drag Pack Roster

    If you have a Drag Pack Challenger -- let's see a photo, tell us about it, and let us know what the plans are. If you know of any updates to the below list -- post them and I'll keep it updated. Members currently owning a Drag Pack Challenger, who post a photo of it and some info about it, are in BLUE.

    2009 Dodge Challenger Drag Packs

    1. Don Garlits 6.1 A/SA
    2. Larry Griffith
    3. Randy Warford
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    5.
    6. Irvin Johns
    7. Jim Pancake
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    9. At Donato Engineering being prepared for owner in Sweden 6.1 Manual Black RaceJunk
    10.
    11. Fred Hanson 6.1
    12.
    13. PB Candies 6.1
    14. Jeg Couglin Jr.
    15. Al Carpiniello 6.1 Auto
    16. Jeff Teuton 5.9 Magnum
    17.
    18. Scott Justo
    19. Derek Atwill (6.1) Ottawa Ontario
    20. Mel Warford Current Status
    21. Mike Booker
    22. Chuck Lofgren 6.1
    23. At Donato Engineering being prepared for owner in Sweden
    24. David Wertman 6.1 Auto A/SA
    25. Tom Lee 6.1
    26. Larry Curtis 6.1
    27.
    28. On Racing Junk 6.1 Manual
    29. Tom Gaynor 6.1
    30. John McLeod
    31.
    32. Al Smyth 6.1
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    35. Roy/Allan Johnson 6.1 Auto
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    38.
    39. Mike Wagner 5.7 Manual
    40. Denny Bairel 5.7 6-speed
    41.
    42. Dave Schultz 6.1 6-Speed Old Hippie
    43. Mack Reeves 6.1 MoparMack
    44.
    45.
    46. Alex Cortezzo 6.1 A/SA
    47. J.C. Beattie Jr
    48. John Overby 6.1 Auto
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    51.
    52. Jeff and Sandra Hull 6.1 6-speed WV
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    56. Jerry Hatch ME 6.1 Stick (A/SA)
    57.
    58. TBA******************* PA (6.1)
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    62. Dennis Radford (6.1) Oregon
    63. Glen Lange, Indiana
    64. Peter Ash
    65. Bucky Hess
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    88. Tom Johns (6.1) Alaska.
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    95. (6.1) Marcelus Grace LA.
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    98. (6.1) Buckner Racing Texas
    99.
    100. Doug Duell

    A lot of these cars are changing hands quickly as they're always popping up on eBay. If you know of the owner, and owner change, and missing information -- such as engine and transmission -- then please post it and I'll update. Please be very sure of and update you post. If you know the owner of a Drag Pack -- ask them to please stop by and confirm, update, and possibly post a photo.
    My image posting solution was to go to Southern Star Hosting, to register the domain of www.OldHippiesPhotos.com for less than $10, and hosting for less than $5 a month. I then installed the Free Application Zen Photo with one click from my Control Panel. I have tens of thousands of my photo digitized, which in time I'll upload there to preserve from disaster, and access from anywhere. In the meantime it makes for a great place to host my forum photos - plus I can still install 24 more free applications on that site if I cared to.

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    I'll make updates in red as I receive them
    My image posting solution was to go to Southern Star Hosting, to register the domain of www.OldHippiesPhotos.com for less than $10, and hosting for less than $5 a month. I then installed the Free Application Zen Photo with one click from my Control Panel. I have tens of thousands of my photo digitized, which in time I'll upload there to preserve from disaster, and access from anywhere. In the meantime it makes for a great place to host my forum photos - plus I can still install 24 more free applications on that site if I cared to.

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    • #3
      How about a different color for MoparStyle members?
      9-1-1 or 1911 Your Choice. Choose Wisely

      Member USCCA

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      • #4
        Originally posted by ~~Mutt~~ View Post
        How about a different color for MoparStyle members?

        I'm game if they're pointed out to me by the owner posting some information and photo of the car in this thread
        My image posting solution was to go to Southern Star Hosting, to register the domain of www.OldHippiesPhotos.com for less than $10, and hosting for less than $5 a month. I then installed the Free Application Zen Photo with one click from my Control Panel. I have tens of thousands of my photo digitized, which in time I'll upload there to preserve from disaster, and access from anywhere. In the meantime it makes for a great place to host my forum photos - plus I can still install 24 more free applications on that site if I cared to.

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        • #5
          Members currently owning a Drag Pack Challenger, who post a photo of it and some info about it, are in BLUE.

          Anyone know info on the car, owner, and whereabouts of the cars not having an entry?
          My image posting solution was to go to Southern Star Hosting, to register the domain of www.OldHippiesPhotos.com for less than $10, and hosting for less than $5 a month. I then installed the Free Application Zen Photo with one click from my Control Panel. I have tens of thousands of my photo digitized, which in time I'll upload there to preserve from disaster, and access from anywhere. In the meantime it makes for a great place to host my forum photos - plus I can still install 24 more free applications on that site if I cared to.

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          • #6
            #43?? blue? right
            9-1-1 or 1911 Your Choice. Choose Wisely

            Member USCCA

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ~~Mutt~~ View Post
              #43?? blue? right
              Some but not very much... I have never been a "Blue Guy" My avatar is the artist vision of what it will look like once completed...

              Mack # 43
              Last edited by MoparMack; 02-23-2010, 06:53 PM. Reason: spelling
              Mack Reeves
              FS/C 2377
              2009 DragPak U 426-004

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              • #8
                LOL..no.. blue as in turn your member name blue on the roster to show who on style has one..LOLOLOLLOL
                9-1-1 or 1911 Your Choice. Choose Wisely

                Member USCCA

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                • #9
                  Mack in blue -- but it would be nice to have a full-size rendering of the car, status of the build, and plans from Moparmack.

                  It would also be kool to have these car on the Member's Garage too
                  My image posting solution was to go to Southern Star Hosting, to register the domain of www.OldHippiesPhotos.com for less than $10, and hosting for less than $5 a month. I then installed the Free Application Zen Photo with one click from my Control Panel. I have tens of thousands of my photo digitized, which in time I'll upload there to preserve from disaster, and access from anywhere. In the meantime it makes for a great place to host my forum photos - plus I can still install 24 more free applications on that site if I cared to.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ~~Mutt~~ View Post
                    LOL..no.. blue as in turn your member name blue on the roster to show who on style has one..LOLOLOLLOL

                    Sorry about that!!!!!! I hear all the time "its #43 you HAVE to paint it Petty Blue"... Guess I jumped the gun a little...... Mack

                    ---------- Post added at 07:16 AM ---------- Previous post was at 07:10 AM ----------

                    Originally posted by Old Hippie View Post
                    Mack in blue -- but it would be nice to have a full-size rendering of the car, status of the build, and plans from Moparmack.

                    It would also be kool to have these car on the Member's Garage too

                    I have trie all I know to do to put it on here but I'm not that great with a computer.. Here is a link to the photos I have so far....


                    Challenger Drag Pak pictures from sports photos on webshots

                    mack

                    Let me help -- Old Hippie






                    Mack Reeves
                    FS/C 2377
                    2009 DragPak U 426-004

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                    • #11
                      I think after about three shots at it -- I got a couple of photos in your post
                      My image posting solution was to go to Southern Star Hosting, to register the domain of www.OldHippiesPhotos.com for less than $10, and hosting for less than $5 a month. I then installed the Free Application Zen Photo with one click from my Control Panel. I have tens of thousands of my photo digitized, which in time I'll upload there to preserve from disaster, and access from anywhere. In the meantime it makes for a great place to host my forum photos - plus I can still install 24 more free applications on that site if I cared to.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Old Hippie View Post
                        I think after about three shots at it -- I got a couple of photos in your post

                        Yes you did thanks and how did you do that???? Mack
                        Mack Reeves
                        FS/C 2377
                        2009 DragPak U 426-004

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                        • #13
                          Select the size photo you want, then copy the direct link to image, back to the post here click the Icon of the photo, and paste the direct link url.
                          My image posting solution was to go to Southern Star Hosting, to register the domain of www.OldHippiesPhotos.com for less than $10, and hosting for less than $5 a month. I then installed the Free Application Zen Photo with one click from my Control Panel. I have tens of thousands of my photo digitized, which in time I'll upload there to preserve from disaster, and access from anywhere. In the meantime it makes for a great place to host my forum photos - plus I can still install 24 more free applications on that site if I cared to.

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                          • #14
                            Wow, these are cool!

                            Originally posted by MoparMack View Post
                            Sorry about that!!!!!! I hear all the time "its #43 you HAVE to paint it Petty Blue"... Guess I jumped the gun a little...... Mack

                            ---------- Post added at 07:16 AM ---------- Previous post was at 07:10 AM ----------




                            I have trie all I know to do to put it on here but I'm not that great with a computer.. Here is a link to the photos I have so far....


                            Challenger Drag Pak pictures from sports photos on webshots

                            mack

                            Let me help -- Old Hippie






                            Nice cars!
                            Vert^2 > 71 Barracuda | YouTube - 700 HP 528 CI Hemi at idle - loud | YouTube - 700 HP 528 Barton Hemi| 70 Challenger

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                            • #15
                              Interesting list.....

                              Somehow it looks "familiar"

                              Hmmmmmmmmmmm

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