Dodge Challenger Owner Goes Trolling with B/L Badging

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Photo: lukec3 on Reddit
You can probably wake a six-year-old up in the middle of the night, ask him about the meaning of the R/T badge on a Dodge Challenger, and get the correct Road/Track answer.
Nevertheless, some people like to beat around the Mopar bush and the owner of the Challenger in the image above seems to be one of them.

As you can see, the man has come up with a custom set of stickers, making people believe he drives a B/L Challenger.

To the best of our knowledge, there's no such thing as a B/L pack, so we're most likely dealing with a trolling move here.

While the two letters could stand for many combinations, some of which are more offensive than others, we have to give the man this much - he did manage to grab our attention, if only for a brief moment (we have to thank Redditor luke3 for the image).

By the looks of it, we are dealing with a base model here, but this uses a V6 engine, and when you have the right car, you'll need moves such as this one to make yourself noticed.

Speaking of which, we can't help but notice how, at the moment, the Challenger is the only member of the American muscle car triumvirate that has escaped a four-cylinder engine. And we're saying this after finding both the 2015 Mustang and the 2016 Camaro acceptable in four-cylinder trim.

Now, it all depends on how you look at this. While a turbo four may be a smarter choice than adding two cylinders and removing the turbocharger, that's a bit like saying the winter coat your mother gave you is better than the leather jacket you stole from your dad's teenage closet.

P.S.: We can't help but wonder how many car guy wannabes this man has tricked with this B/L stuff.
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