In a member favorite event, West Coast Challengers held the sixth installment of our “Come Mod Your Car Day.” Set in a park atmosphere, club members brought their cars out to perform minor modifications with the help of friends and fellow Mopar enthusiasts. Because of the popularity of this event, the club as set it in a revolving location to bring event close to all of the members in the club at one time or another. This time, the event was held at Columbia Park in Torrance, CA.

This club event keeps growing each time we hold it, and this one was no different, with over 25 club members showing up to participate and visit with fellow club members. The attendees came from as far away as Fresno and Bakersfield to the North and Riverside and Beaumont to the East.

Club member Terrence installed some mud flaps while Julie installed a Z bracket for her catch can, both with the help of fellow club members.

While mods were being performed, others took the time to give their cars a wipe down and some cleaning under the hood.

Trace brought out her 5.7L Vortech supercharged SEMA car. Julie came out with her SMS Challenger. Miguel came down from Bakersfield with his Kenne Bell supercharged “Big Red” Challenger. Nolan rolled in with his newly completed ‘Cuda hood and custom war stripes. Mike arrived in his Hemi Orange Challenger with Lambo doors together with his wife Kelly in her Daytona Charger. The list seems endless.

So many great cars on display in the park that it looked like a car show. Our just being there, as happens a lot, attracts quite a bit of attention from those nearby who often come over to walk among the muscle cars and talk to the owners. Our favorite is when parents bring their children to come look at the cars. Of course, we all ask which Challenger they liked best hoping it will be our own each time. In particular this time around, a parent brought her young son over to check out the cars saying that he expressed interest in becoming a car designer when he grows up. A mini Ralph Gilles in the making. Club member Nolan brought his two children along. Here’s a picture of little NJ choosing one of his favorite Challengers (other than his Dad’s of course).

Being Veteran’s Day, Club member Rob and his wife Stephanie passed out official SRT key chains to those in the club who have served in our Country’s Armed Forces. Very gracious of them and a great way to honor our club’s veterans.

After a few hours of modding our cars and socializing, it was time to caravan to lunch. Buffalo Wild Wings was selected as our destination for lunch and just a few miles away. The club left the park, in single file, and headed over. Finding a small parking lot across the street, the club rolled in, parked and walked across the street for lunch.

So ends another terrific event and another strong showing of club members from West Coast Challengers.

More pictures from the event can be found in our club photo gallery.

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