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First post on this forum . I'm from Belgium, Europe, I just love USA cars/ trucks. First I drove a Jeep Wrangler, then a Dodge Ram and currently I'm driving a Hummer H2.
But, in the (near) future I'm looking to buy a new car. My 3 choices are : Mustang GT, Chevrolet Camaro SS and Dodge Challenger RT.
I personally prefer tha Challenger, 'cause I have 2 kids and the Challenger seems to have some space in the back + fold down seats (big trunk).
I also love the looks of the Challenger and the fact that it's unique in Europe (never seen one over here).
Welcome from Louisiana. I was stationed at Bitburg a long time ago and spent a good bit of time exploring Luxembourg and Southern Belgium (Arlon, Bastogne). Absolutely great people there! Drank my share of Diekirch and Mousel (Yeah, I know - Lux Beers, not Belgian, but I was in the very south)
Hello back at ya from San Antonio, Texas/Edinburgh, Scotland/ and Puebla, Mexico biggest problem for the Challenger in Europe is that the car is too big for most old roads in towns
After 4 years of driving a Dodge Ram and 4 years of driving a Hummer, I don't think the Challenger will be a problem fitting our roads... Most european town roads are indeed (too) small for a full size usa truck, but are more than big enough for a car like the Challenger.
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