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Just in case you guys are watching these boards way to go on the "core" srt8. Good to see you are looking to compete with the boss 302.
Now please for the love of god consider a R/T with the 6.4, you could price it right with a camaro ss or 5.0 and you would be allowing the name DODGE to stomp all over the compitition. This is the stuff that makes legends, Im talking a base R/T with a 6.4. An everyday mans car that raises the bar big time. Like the old days when you didnt have to buy a top model for the big power. You developed the looks now finish the deal!!
Oh... while Im at it a new color "Bundy Brown" would be great too. Its about time someone went retro enough to bring back metalic brown... just saying.
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They won't do it as then the core is useless. If there is a 392 in the lower cost R/T then why would someone but a core?
This strategy is going to bite them in the butt as more SRT8's will sit unsold.
As for "Bundy Brown" it would be a nice addition to the color selector.
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