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You tend to forget rayzazoo that the "original" Challenger E-Body, 1970-74, had the same exact wheelbase as the 110" that you posted. Which would make it approximately the original dimensions of those cars. An there was room in the backseat but not as much as the current model.
Is the E-body Challenger really relevant to this discussion? Compared to todays cars, the old cars where empty shells inside. If Chrysler can give us a usable back seat in a 110 inch wheelbase car with musclecar proportions, that will be some trick.
1972 Plymouth Roadrunner, white, buckets, slapstick, factory tach, originally 400-4, Added 440+6, Air Grabber, 284 Purple shaft, 3.55 SG, etc., 12.86 @ 106
1974 Roadrunner, Green w/Black stripes, 360-4, 2.94s, buckets, console, slapstick, great highway car.
1989 Dodge Ramcharger 4X4, 360, my daughter won't forgive me for selling it!
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