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post your ideas and nick names for your rides......, not limited to just mopars.....
time warp, time machine, junk yard dodge, quick trip, blue bayou, tool time, stop n" go.....
Not sure why, but he was Elmo!
FU^&*)^*&^&^ck$%^&IN BI$^%&(%^&(%(^TCH! is what I call it, most of the time that is.....
My friends called my '71 Super Bee "The Beast" back in my college days
I love the look and stance...nice ride!
I call my truck Gladys. It's the first vehicle I have named.
Penelope. I just call her Penny tho..
The 69 Dart I am working on is known as Barney. Yes, Barney, you know...the dinosaur. Why?? Because the paint (thankfully only on jambs and engine compartment) looks like someone thought it would be a good idea to mix Plum Crazy and Panther Pink together.....well that 's my best guess. It's awful.
My wife named my 62 Newport Rosie from the rosewood paint color.
We used to have a yellow 68 Barracuda fastback that we called the "banana boat"...
Dust Mop and Double D
My lady calls my sublime big block dart the hulk
View attachment IMG_0614.jpg Norman, as in Norman Kraus, AKA Mr. Norm. After all it's a tribute car, not a real GTS. Also referred to as Stormin Norman. Has an old Dyno Tuned by Mr. Norm decal on the window.
We named our Duster "Rosie" because like her namesake Rosanne Barr, she's loud and obnoxious. .
My long time tradition is that her name has to start with the first letter of the model! My first car was a Demon! Her name was Donna! Current car is a Valiant! Her name is Veronika! My Satellite is Samantha!
My buddy named my Swinger ''Daisy". It's starting to grow on me. "Driving Miss Daisy" is something I do often.
Bought mine in 1981 and it's always just been called "The Dart"
my duster is called Ginger why ? she's a redhead
My wife calls mine "Tink" ....then mumbles something about me never growing up....
My dad calls my dart the bullet
My friends named my Dart "the Shart" thanks to a movie.
I call it "The Yeti" because it's huge, it's white, and you hardly ever see one of them in the wild.