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How can you tell a non-MOPAR enthusiast trying to masquerade as one???

RCodeCuda

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One example is they they use the term “posi” instead of “sure-grip...”.

This drives me NUTS and I don’t know why!!!

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Anybody have any others???
 

heminut

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I hear stuff like this all the time at car shows;

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budascuda

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Oh , "posi" is at the top of the list for me too!, But one of the members heard this in a car show......

"A 440 six pack is a very large v6" ;)
 

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Someone looks at your Challenger and states " I had a Charger like this many years ago!"
 

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i've also had my challenger called a charger several times
 

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terrywalker

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i've also had my challenger called a charger several times
What's really bad is when people go into my shop and see my 74 Charger Rallye sitting there and call it a Challenger with my 71 Challenger sitting right there next to it. I politely correct them.
Terry W.
 

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I expect my Barracuda to be called a Challenger, Charger, General Lee (it`s orange) and even, ugh, a Camaro by spectators who are not "car" people but when it`s another classic car owner or worse a classic Mopar owner I cringe.
 
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