2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat


Dodge Challenger Hellcat

Heather and I went to the Tulsa Car Show on Friday. I’m just freshly turned 60 and hey guess what, I got in for half price!!  I have to tell you that I have mixed feelings about that. Of course the worse thing was that the lady taking the money didn’t ask for ID or anything. Same thing happened when I turned 21 and went out to bars with my friends. Not a one asked me for my ID except at a strip bar and then the guy didn’t want to let me in anyway. I talked him into letting me in so that I could see the snaggletoothed strippers. And really it is not so much that I wanted to see the strippers as I didn’t want to be outside on my birthday while my friends checked out the snaggletoothed strippers.  Oops, I’m digressing and offending at the same time. Hey folks, that was 39 years ago!!! Get over yourselves. Anyway, back at the car show.


Anyway there were lots of cars there. Most of them look like Toyotas. Sorry if hurt your feelings but there it is.


They had one car there though that was special. The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat. It has a supercharged engine with 707 horsepower.


For people of a certain age, like those who turned 60 +/- recently and are reluctantly enjoying senior citizen discounts, the Dodge Hemi Challenger has a special place in our hearts exemplified by one of the strangest and wonderful movies of 1971 starring not an actor but a car, the Doge Hemi Challenger, which back then generated a measly 426 horsepower. Of course the naked girl on a motorcycle generated some interest also with me, especially back then.

I can’t tell you how many times I watched that movie. I like cars but I don’t generally covet cars. The cars that I own have tended to be practical and economical. The Hellcat is an exception.  I hope that the people who buy them really enjoy them.


What about you? Have you ever wanted a muscle car?

2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat – Overview from driveSRT on Vimeo.


3 thoughts on “2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat

  1. Gaelyn

    Recently attended a car show in Yarnell and saw the Challenger of our youth. I owned a 1968 Mercury Cyclone Cobra Jet with a 428 under the hood, fastest girl car in high school. Passed everything but the gas station.

  2. Driller's Place

    I have to admit that if I were “stupid rich” I would have a facility that would rival Jay Leno’s garage. I don’ know nearly as much about them as Mr. Leno but I would still have a collection. Going to a Barrett-Jackson or Mechum auction is still on my bucket list. I think I will get to check it off next year. I owned a ’68 Mustang hardtop and then a ’71 Datsun 240Z. the “Z” car is still my all time favorite ride.

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