Being a local in California, when I saw these prices I went in person to check them out and noticed most were not in the best of shape. Not garbage by any means, but not worth the asking price when there are dings and scratches. Lead me to just order a new TA.
I bought my 2016 SRT from Huntington Beach Dodge back in January '17 for $45K (55K+ MSRP), exactly as OP wanted. First car the sales monkey brought for me to test drive had some minor dings in the paint, and didn't have the upgraded "racing" pedals, so I drove it, but picked a different car from the lot that wasn't banged up (and had the nicer pedals) when I was ready to buy. Probably the last black one in good condition on the lot. Other dealers weren't discounting them nearly as much, maybe 3K or 4K below MSRP if that. Incidentally, the sales monkey knew less than nothing about the car (not so shocking, really) but I had done my research, so I didn't really need him except to get the key fob and bring the car up for me to test drive, so no biggie.
Not too thrilled with HB Dodge service though. Brought it back in shortly after buying it to up the Nitrogen pressure in the tires (were at 30-31 psi and a bit too soft and squirrely) and add coolant (was well below minimum cold level). They added Nitrogen to the tires, but forgot about the coolant. Brought it back again for coolant being so low and the service advisor said he wanted to pressure test the cooling system, which turned out to be fine, but again failed to bring the coolant level up to minimum cold level!
I'm happy with the deal I got, but might look for another dealer to service the car. The service advisors are great to work with, but the techs I'm not so sure about. Not a great way to earn repeat business down the road.