There's nothing quite like trying to keep your car perfect condition. Unless you own a garage queen, you've had things happen to your car, Whether it be a small dent, scratch, or paint chip, you hate to have anything happen to it. When it comes to his Dodge Challenger, Noah is no different.
This is a very important post for us. Not only have I been friends with Noah long before Greater East Imports existed, but hopefully this will show that Greater East is about more than just Japanese vehicles. Greater East Imports is about dreams, and this is definitely Noah's dream car.
"It started in 2008 when the Challenger was brought back. I was in love at first sight."
7 years ago Noah realized what his dream car was. Some of us know what it's like to finally see our future automobile half. It's not about horse-power or bragging rights, this kind of love goes deeper. I've always been able to tell his Challenger is Noah's dream. Its condition all-around is a testament to how much he cares about it.
"I was in love with the 70's muscle car body style, but getting an actual 70's muscle car was out of the question (due to fears of fixing it)."
Noah has always like American muscle more than life itself. While we may not like the same kinds of cars, any car enthusiast knows the feeling. This Challenger is the combination of all of Noah's dreams wrapped into one large metal body. Old style + new car reliability + low miles = life long love
"The new Challenger brought back the classic old beauty."
While not all automobile manufactures get it right when they remodel a car. Sometimes, they should never even change what they had (*cough, RX-7), but I'll definitely argue Dodge got it right this time around. The new Challenger provides a great relief for American muscle lovers.
"It has a completely intimidating look, but it's like riding on a cloud."
This is a daily driver. Lets be honest, if you own your dream car and don't drive it everyday, there's something wrong. Noah's Challenger provides him with a great look and a comfortable drive. This isn't something we can all attest to (especially us with coil-overs), and is important if you want to drive your car 24/7.
To the unknown eye, the "Challenger" logos perfectly placed on each side of the car look normal. However, you won't see other Challenger's with them. They're just one small addition that makes Noah's Challenger special to him, and we appreciate the love he gives his car every day.
We'd like to thank Noah for giving us his time (and patience) while we experimented with some new shots. This is the first photo shoot we've done ourselves, and even though we still have some learning to do, we look forward to everything there is to come.