2011 Dodge Charger

Over 9 years after I built this car, it’s still one of my favorite late model cars.  I spend my summers in Michigan, and this is my everyday driver there.  It still looks brand new and only has about 40,000 miles on it.  This car has some really cool options on it.  It was the first car I got with adaptive cruise control.  I didn’t expect I’d like it, but it turned out to be a great option.  Also, the cup holders can be set to either hot or cold.  I’ve still not had another car with refrigerated cup holders!  I really love this car and it’s a great all-around vehicle.

Here’s how we introduced the car in 2011:

Introducing the new Mr. Norm’s GSS Super Charger. Inspired by the wicked Viper GTS/R, the Super Charger is available for all 2011 – 2012 Charger models. The Mr. Norm’s® Super Charger is brimming with the kind of high energy excitement and bold appearance we love about classic muscle, with all of the advantages that only a new muscle car can offer. Unlike pony cars with their puny back seats, the Super Charger has real room for five to travel in real muscle car style comfort. And when we say muscle car style, we really mean it. The Mr. Norm’s Super Charger is no wall flower, it’s the real deal, as evidenced by the bold hood and door extractors, a tough looking three piece rear spoiler and genuine carbon fiber grille and license pocket trim. Inside, the seats are swathed in luxurious, glove soft custom leather with Mr. Norm’s® signature embroidered in the headrests and carpet mats. And if you want to wrap your hand around a Pistol Grip style shifter while you cruise down the road, consider it done, because it’s standard equipment, just like the ground hugging lowered suspension.

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Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton
Bill Sefton, Chicago native, and passionate car collector. Currently retired, but still involved in the car collection community. Reach out, happy to connect!