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Old 01-16-2013, 04:47 PM
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New Challenger yesterday...new member today! I have always been a great fan of the Challenger....last week was too much. I was sittting at a light, I look over and there she is. What curves, what shape...I knew I had to have her. Now me and my new 2012 Stinger Yellow R/T Classic are inseparable. I hope to learn many tips and tricks here at CT. Thanks.
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New Challenger yesterday...new member today! I have always been a great fan of the Challenger....last week was too much. I was sittting at a light, I look over and there she is. What curves, what shape...I knew I had to have her. Now me and my new 2012 Stinger Yellow R/T Classic are inseparable. I hope to learn many tips and tricks here at CT. Thanks.
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What curves, what shape...I knew I had to have her.
That's a special feeling, Lloyd.

Just funnin' ya: We all know it all too well! I've researched the car a lot, had my reservations, agonized over paint color and some options... but in the end it always came down to what you said: I'd see one in traffic or in a lot and I'd just know I had to own that thing ASAP.

Congrats and welcome to the family!
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i own a 12 5.0 mustang and a built 07 shelby and i could not help buying an A5 13 rt classic with super track pack the challenger is one of the best looking cars out there. I love driving this car fun fast oozzzes torque .. the mustangs are ohc multi valve motors lots of linear high rpm hp so there fast but they dont feel it seat of the pants like challenger does..good luck and enjoy these cars are fun and honestly people underestimate the rt/ classic

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Welcome and congrats on the purchase..
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