I have personally not driven my car in rain or snow (ok well 2 times in the rain but it was only a few miles) but I think most of the handling come frim the fact that our cars weigh 2 tons, the second thing is you guys apperently know how to drive, a lot of people I know drive the same in the snow as dry pavement....... Till they go off the road (happens every year) then they slow down. And if anything does go wrong people tend to panic, and a rwd will loose it pretty quick if you panic and over correct it.
The traction control flashing is my new best friend, but I gently zig zag the wheel to get it to grip.
I see that you don't waste any time, do you!! Here are a few more that I found..
The last 2 pics were taken at a museum in Florida. The Sunoco custom blend pump. The 190 grade was below regular grade,I guess for all the li'l rice burners back then.
I love how the total sale dials just have 1 digit in front of the decimal point.
My Charger: 2010 R/T with road and track group package
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Here are a few more old Sunoco gas stations Ddaddy..
2010 Dodge Charger R/T with Road and Track group package,tinted all around. Black Crystal Pearl coat paint. 1966 Pontiac GTO tripower 4spd, 390posi. GTO made the cover of High Performance Pontiac Magazine Dec/92
Last edited by R/T MUSCLE; 11-25-2012 at 05:20 PM.
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