The Charger Chapters:
The nice, pleasantly warm and relatively dry early summer of Kentucky has given way to the hot, humid, and hellish season that I’ve come to know and…love? Is that the right word? I don’t know, but whatever. It’s hot enough that during the day I’m glad I work indoors where there is ample air conditioning, yet once the sun starts to dip down to the horizon and sinks below the tree line, that’s when I’m all about roaming in something older. The Charger hasn’t done much dusk cruising yet, not for any major reasons, but because work has been ongoing. The car has been driven to and from the office a few times, and was supposed to be present at the Hot Rod Reunion that went down in Bowling Green, but lo and behold, the trans pan gasket wasn’t the culprit, but the trans pan itself. So while I sit here, waiting on the new unit with the drain plug to show up – no more ATF baths for me, thank you! – let’s bring you up to speed on the work that has been going on with the late-B body.