Tag: Tire Shredding Tuesdays

Tire Shredding: This Dodge Ramcharger Does the Best Burnout Ever

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This video of a Dodge Ramcharger doing what I consider to be the best burnout ever caught on video has made it’s rounds, but somehow it has managed to elude the Tire Shredding Tuesday segment.  With almost 29 million views it has been heavily viewed and you may have already seen it in the past […] More »

  Comments | By - May 27, 2014

Tire Shredding: 1st Gen Dodge Ram Makes Bright Red Smoke

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This week’s Tire Shredding Tuesday takes a look at a first gen Dodge Ram that I believe to be a Little Red Express clone fitted with a set of tires designed to burn bright red rather than the normal light gray.  Those who follow the Tire Shredding feature might recall that we had a Plymouth […] More »

  Comments | By - May 20, 2014

Tire Shredding: 1969 Plymouth Barracuda Does a Monster Red Burnout in Carlisle

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One of the key attractions each year at the massive Chryslers at Carlisle car show in Pennsylvania is the burnout competition and this week’s Tire Shredding Tuesday clip takes a look at a 1969 Plymouth Barracuda doing a gigantic smokey burnout at the huge Carlisle event.  This Cuda roasted the tires for more than two […] More »

  Comments | By - May 13, 2014

Tire Shredding: Big Block Stroker Ramcharger Destroys Tires and Steals My Heart

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I love Dodge Ramchargers whether they are racing, mudding or doing burnouts so when I came across this black beauty powered by a 528 cubic inch stroker motor – it was just too awesome to pass up.  While some of our Tire Shredding videos show a Mopar muscle car, truck or SUV sitting still as […] More »

  Comments | By - April 29, 2014

Tire Shredding Tuesday: 1969 Dodge Charger Smokes the Tires for Two and a Half Minutes

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Anyone who has been to an event like the Mopar Nationals has seen someone do a crazy-long burnout but few of them last as long as the display put on by this 1969 Dodge Charger.  Most burnout competitions last 30 – maybe 60 seconds – before the “judge” tells the competitors to shut it down.  […] More »

  Comments | By - April 22, 2014

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