Lowering springs, coilovers, and anti-roll barsLooks awesome, what are you guys doing to it?
Wow....The $54k price is pretty stiff! You can get a Corvette for that!I've got some more 'live' shots of a Challenger SRT taken from a car dealer in Lincoln (would rather throw them in here than start a new thread )
Neither is the GT500......give it a while and the sting of the price will go awayThe challenger is a nice fun car but despite its performance numbers IMO its not worth 54k
I agree i bet the price tag will go down to more sensible levels with time. And i hope Chrysler will stick with the possibility of putting a 6.4 liter Hemi in the challenger. Last i heard Chrysler is currently focusing on putting that engine into truck applications but you'll never know.Neither is the GT500......give it a while and the sting of the price will go away
I was reading an article about some guys driving the first one on a road trip and the vast majority of people thought it was a Camaro. It actually does look quite a bit like an older Camaro from the side profile. It definitely looks more like the old Cudas than even the old Challenger.It's weird how much it looks like the Camaro from the side.
Yeah I love how they made it a point to paint the shock towers and all the interior metal of the engine bay in the body color and not cover it up with a big piece of plastic.Dodge hit a grandslam with this car. This car looks like it has a living breathing soul (an evil one) where as the Mustang and Camaro just look like cool cars. It has that rebel spirit that the Firebird T/A has. I love how clean the engine bay looks too. You can actually see the engine unlike GM and Ford engines buried under a CF of wiring.