The 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T with the legendary factory optional 426 Hemi V8 engine rated at 425 horsepower (that was a lowball factory number, its actual horsepower output numbers were significantly higher as many owners happily found out). One of the true streetbeasts of the American muscle car era. Just one look at that front end and you know this is one mean Detroit Badass! ⚡️
Early ‘70s Dodge Challenger at a carshow last weekend. The carshow registration card on the dash said 1973. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I didn’t think a 383 was offered in ‘73 and the owner wasn’t nearby for me to ask. Anyway, nitpicking aside, it’s a sharp car. Classic Mopar pistol grip shifter for the Torqueflite auto trans.
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Member: Yugyeom x Reader
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“He drank how much?” you asked, your eyes widening.
“I don’t know. He said he wasn’t going to drink much because he wanted to go home and see you, but then BamBam took him somewhere and now he’s completely gone,” Jinyoung said through the phone. You held back a laugh as you imagined Yugyeom being drunk
“I’m really sorry to have to make you come, but I have to stay and take care of Jackson,” Jinyoung added, but you just chuckled.
“Don’t worry about it, Jin. I’m on my way over now,” you said, grabbing your keys and hanging up the phone. Your smile remained on your face as you hopped into your car, heading over to the house where the party was taking place.
Yugyeom usually didn’t drink all that much. When you had first begun dating, he had told you he’d never been drunk, but once you both came to college, that changed. He went out more and made some friends that invited him to more and more parties.
Honestly, you were proud of him for going out of his comfort zone to try new things. He was legal, so that wasn’t a problem, and he was at Jackson’s apartment which also wasn’t a problem. The only problem you could see was that once Yugyeom decided he was going to drink, he went hard.
He never wanted to lose and always wanted to prove to the others that he could drink just as much as they could. You couldn’t be mad at him though. He wasn’t doing anything wrong.