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Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by Dave Z, Jan 12, 2017.
I dunno, I'm partial to F8 and IndiGo.. but 3rd choice would definitely be that Octane.
Have you seen it in person?
It makes me salivate.
I have not seen F8 yet, but IndiGo is beautiful.
I agree 100%
I'm not typically a fan of red cars, but I really like this red
I've seen pics, but I want to see in person. I'd be willing to bet the f8 sxt has been sold since seeing it on the local dealers site. Lol
Apparently the dealer that's closer, or at least not as out of the way, had one. Checked it out last night. Yeah, definitely wouldn't mind an F8 Dodge. IndiGo is still right up there with it though, IMO. It practically glows, even at night.
Excuse the potato-pic. My phone does not like glare. At all.
Link because forum hates me
Brampton is shutting down from jan 8 till jan 19.
Does anyone know why??
Are you allowed to tell us? (Though I'm sure it's been mentioned already)
Lol! Okay let me ask a better question. Could someone explain why?
Heard 2 different reasons ..
1. Slow sales so laying off for that time.
2. Only select few will come in to catch up on demon production
Why do you think it has anything to do with sales ??
Because that was stated by a person who works at Brampton. Quote "Slow sales"
Maybe they are installing the paint shop from SHAP
Brampton builder at hellcat.org after he informed the dates then this
Unfortunately when the mainstream cars don’t sell your high end cars like demons that are in demand by owners also stop being built."
Another member (not well known) stated he recieved inside info it was to knock out demons and get cought up
They both look great!
Love the F8 T/A
Indigo Blue looks great on the Charger Hellcat.
So nice videos on these two cars. However, I thought this was an Allpar website. Why do I have to watch advertisements for guns in order to view these videos? I joined this website with the assumption that it was about FCA automobiles and not about promoting political positions (pro/or con) on various issues. Am I wrong, or has Allpar sold out to whomever will pay the fees?