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Dodge Charger Daytona 392 Crash Analysis – Hemi Challenger Thefts on the RIse – 2023 UAW Strike!
A close friend was in a serious car crash with his brand new Dodge Charger Daytona 392. The car was totaled, but it kept him safe. It is a testament to how well made these cars are. They don’t just go fast really well, but are safe.
I go into a more in depth analysis of the collision and point out where the Dodge shined, despite such a heavy collision against a large pickup truck. The car was rear ended, and shoved into another car in front, resulting in severe damage to the trunk and engine compartment area.
Despite all this, the cabin frame did not buckle, to where the doors were opened easily, allowing quick escape. The damage also reveals some peculiarities of Hemi’s (Dodge Charger, Dodge Challenger, Chrysler 300 and 300C) of how these cars behave, in part to the large tires that seem to act as bumpers, preventing ingress into the cabin space.
This was a very sad story, though it does have a happy outcome, as my friend was able to find another new Daytona 392. In this crazy market, getting one without markup is awesome. But he, as well as all of us here won’t forget that the poor little car gave itself to save her occupants. RIP Daytona.
Things arent as good for the second car in the video. It’s a 50th Anniversary car, a 2020 Dodge Challenger Hemi. It’s a 5.7 V8, that my friend has been modifying for some time now. It has esthetic as well as performance modifications, as the car has been on a diet, shedding weight to the point it was holding its own against 392 Scat Packs.
From the simpler to do oil catch can, to the insanely awesome rear seat delete with OEM parts, he made this car his, and was keeping me up whenever he added (or removed) something. So it broke my heart to learn the reason for his silence in the past few days.
The car was stolen. Its horrible when your car is stolen but even the hope of recovering it and taking on scuffs, broken windows and the smell of ashtray was dashed when I saw what was done. It was totaled as well.
So, please, do what you can when it comes to anti-theft measures. It’s a sad world when you can barely have a nice car without idiots doing things to your car or flat out taking it. Police are of little use, and completely pointless in most US cities.
But, please, reach out if you are bummed. Either in a comment, email, anything. And I know that even if Im late I will answer. We are all that we have, as brothers.
As far as the UAW strike. I feel that FCA (Dodge) workers may be in for a hard time, as Dodge likely will shut down the Brampton Ontario plant without replacing the assembly line, to get rid of contracts or workers, or simply to offshore. History may repeat itself as Ford did in 2011 with the end of the Crown Victoria (Grand Marquis and Towncar) when the St Thomas plant in Ontario was shut down, and torn down.
Unions don’t care, nor do they help the harders working employees, since its all about seniority, not passion or dedication. And that is one thing I have seen with the Brampton workers. You guys have the passion and drive. So, thank you for building our cars, and being part of the Brotherhood of Muscle!
Oil is thicker than blood
0:31 Rippers Rides
1:09 Dodge Daytona 392 Charger Totaled – Collision Analysis
7:11 Speed Boat Charger T-Shirt
8:18 Brampton Workers – Thank you!
8:55 Why We Love Our Cars! Bragging or Getting Some?
10:22 Modded 50th Anniversary Dodge Challenger Hemi 6spd
12:17 Challenger Hemi Gets Stolen and Totaled
13:59 We Are a Brotherhood of Muscle
15:00 UAW Strike Looming at GM, Ford and FCA
15:30 Why Unions Suck for Good Workers
16:10 Brampton Plant and Ford St Thomas Plant Similarities
17:01 Final Thoughts
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