Posts Tagged ‘mopar’

“OOOOH, Barracuda” – A Classic Plymouth with HEART- Mopar Madness in Golden Gate Park

Monday, July 27th, 2015

Sing along: Barracuda.

I think this is it – this is the best license plate / car combo I’ve ever seen:

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Know your Plymouth ‘Cudas.

Ooooh, street cred, sort of:

“In 2009, it was named the 34th best hard rock song of all time by VH1.”


“Ann Wilson revealed in interviews that the song was about Heart’s anger towards Mushroom Records’ attempted publicity stunt involving her and her sister Nancy Wilson in a made-up incestuous affair. The song particularly focuses on Ann’s rage towards a man who came up to her after a concert asking how her “lover” was. She initially thought he was talking about her boyfriend, band manager Michael Fisher. After he revealed he was talking about her sister Nancy, Ann became angry and went back to her hotel room to write the original lyrics of the song.”

And if the real thing don’t do the trick
You better make up something quick
You gonna burn, burn, burn, burn, burn to the wick
Ooooh, barracuda
Oh, yeah

Mopar Madness, Western Addition – Yet Another Collector Parking Cars on the Streets of San Francisco

Wednesday, January 21st, 2015

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None More Black: This Dodge Challenger is The Stealth Car – Hot Rod Black – Mopar Madness

Tuesday, June 19th, 2012

The flattest paint job in the Financh: 

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This thing is blacker than the former USN Sea Shadow.

Like this guy‘s.

I wonder if this thing even shows up on the police radar…

Mopar Madness on the Streets of San Francisco: What’s the Racing Stripe For?

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

I don’t know, its seems that the big car companies just love to shoot commercials in and around San Francisco.

As here, maybe.

There’s a Dodge Charger in there, anyway:

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The Official Business of the SFPD: Powered by a HEMI

Wednesday, November 12th, 2008

In these days hybrid buses, cars and everything else, it’s interesting to see the OFFICIAL BUSINESS of a City and County vehicle, such as this SFPD Dodge Charger R/T in a plain wrapper, being powered by such a non-hybriddy engine like a 5.7 litre V-8 HEMI. 

So, this explains the MY NEXT POLICE CAR IS GOING TO HAVE A HEMI bumper stickers seen around town. What’s left a mystery is why these engines are called Hemi’s anyway.

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“Hemi” stands for hemispherical combustion chamber, but the term as used these days is “little more than a copyrighted word that bears little meaning, descriptively, for the engines designated as such.” Or, in other words, “that thing got a Hemi? No, not really.”  

On the other hand, your 1975 Toyota Corolla just might have an actual hemi, if not the boss HEMI logo on the side. 

Choose wisely