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I Don’t Wanna Grow Up My new truck needed an oil change and had a slow leak in the right rear tire.  Since this constituted an unacceptable inconvenience, it was time to make a move.  Rather than return to my asphalt-melting Mustang roots, I adopted a kinder, gentler approach to driving satisfaction with a 2015 Dodge Challenger.  It’s roomier, more comfortable and I like the looks.  Besides, all the cool kids have one.   Stats: 376 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque (the Mustang cranked out 412/390). Quarter-mile clock in 13.7 seconds at a speed of 103 MPH (Mustang: 12.9@112). Top speed (electronically limited, mfr's est): 155 mph (Mustang limited to a paltry 147).   Pros: Chick magnet.  Trashy chicks, yes, but it still counts… 22 mpg at 70 MPH. White color reflects the hellish heat of Texas. Tinted windows help and allow texting and driving without the cops noticing. R/T badge stands for “Raging Thrusty.” Automatic transmission means no more lactic acid buildup in my left leg from clutching in stop and go traffic.   Cons: I’ll be paying it off for the next 15 years and probably living in it, too. Since it’s really nice and brand new, odds are I’ll hit a deer or catch a rock in the windshield sometime within the next three days. Tinted windows means jerks can’t see me flipping them off (possibly a Pro?). The drunk chick across the street will probably come a callin’ again. Too fast to drive the speed limit and too slow to outrun the cops.        
May 3, 2015
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© 2012-2017   American IronHorse Owners Organization Use of AIH Logo Licensed by American Ironhorse, LLC 
I Don’t Wanna Grow Up My new truck needed an oil change and had a slow leak in the right rear tire.  Since this constituted an unacceptable inconvenience, it was time to make a move.  Rather than return to my asphalt-melting Mustang roots, I adopted a kinder, gentler approach to driving satisfaction with a 2015 Dodge Challenger.  It’s roomier, more comfortable and I like the looks.  Besides, all the cool kids have one.   Stats: 376 horsepower and 410 lb-ft of torque (the Mustang cranked out 412/390). Quarter-mile clock in 13.7 seconds at a speed of 103 MPH (Mustang: 12.9@112). Top speed (electronically limited, mfr's est): 155 mph (Mustang limited to a paltry 147).   Pros: Chick magnet.  Trashy chicks, yes, but it still counts… 22 mpg at 70 MPH. White color reflects the hellish heat of Texas. Tinted windows help and allow texting and driving without the cops noticing. R/T badge stands for “Raging Thrusty.” Automatic transmission means no more lactic acid buildup in my left leg from clutching in stop and go traffic.   Cons: I’ll be paying it off for the next 15 years and probably living in it, too. Since it’s really nice and brand new, odds are I’ll hit a deer or catch a rock in the windshield sometime within the next three days. Tinted windows means jerks can’t see me flipping them off (possibly a Pro?). The drunk chick across the street will probably come a callin’ again. Too fast to drive the speed limit and too slow to outrun the cops.        
May 3, 2015
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