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SEMA Dodge Dakota MX Warrior

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Autoblog link for full gallery and story: http://www.autoblog.com/2007/10/23/sema-20...ota-mx-warrior/

SEMA 2007 Preview: Dodge Dakota MX Warrior

Posted Oct 23rd 2007 11:59PM by Sam Abuelsamid

Filed under: Concept Cars, SEMA, Trucks/Pickups, Dodge

Dodge teamed up motocross racer Scott Waraniak to create the Dakota MX Warrior for this year's SEMA show. Scott races KTM bikes and is studying at Detroit's College for Creative Studies. In addition to providing his bike for the back of the Dakota, Scott also did the graphic design adorning its bodywork. Dodge lead designer Mark Surel explained that the recent redesign of the Dakota was intended to separate it from the Ram. Dodge considers the Ram to be more of a work truck, while the Dakota is seen as a personal leisure vehicle.

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cool....graphics?

or is the winch that's supposed to make this cool, or does it come with the bike?

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Instead of googly-eyed, timid and a bit confused, the MCE face of the Dak looks tough and confident.
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I follow motocross and I've never heard of Scott whats his face.

And he seems to have a conflict of interests going on too:

name: Scott Waraniak

AMA District 14 Number: 936

born: 15 February 1988

hometown: West Bloomfield, Michigan

sport: Motocross

first started: 2003

vehicle: 2005 Chevy Z71 Colorado

sponsors: Jones Soda, KTM, Troy Lee Designs, Kicker Audio, Spy Optics, FMF Racing, EVS Sports, Berik Boots, Motor City Steel, Big Sky Brands, Lime Lite Marketing, Tech-Care Suspension, Torco Race Fuels, Cauley Chevrolet and One Eighty Graphics.

His prom date was pretty cute:

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Source: http://www.jonessoda.com/files_new/waraniak.html

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