ditto.ekool said:Stage upgrades would be nice, ala the SRT-4 -- but, I wouldnt count on it. I would definetly count on the standard Mopar upgrades like they release for all cars tho.
I would dig some side Hemi stickers ala 'Cudas.blackarmy said:ditto.
Here's a pretty sweet thought. If I remember correctly wasn't the 70 Challenger essentially a dodge badged 'cuda and vise versa. Well wouldn't it be sweet if a package was offered to make the Challenger look like a 'cuda. Maybe a Plymouth Cuda bodykit by mopar?
hehehe oh well we know that won't happen but still
HIGH_HEMI said:I'm sure Chrysler won't do that. Sounds like a plan for an aftermarket company like those in south Florida and Cali that do ground-up '34 Ford Coupes, etc., old Gazelles, etc. Cuda's were soooo sweet to sit in on the showroom floor. You felt like you were hauling a$$ just sittin' there.
Possibly along the lines of this particular concept photo?blackarmy said:Maybe the return of the Challenger T/A? Or a Rallye edition?
Meh those won't so great even then. Im all for special edition 'Cuda.
If Dodge sticks with the 6.1L they should be able to perfect one just after release. If Dodge goes with the 392 6.4L, and at time of Challenger release it hasn't been really available prior, we might have to wait 6 mos. or so. But hope not. (Perfect world - on order sheet put a check next to SuperCharger!)ChriSRT-4 said:Mopar Stage Kits would be awsome.
Im sure the guys at GS Motorsports will make a kit for the Challenger as well...I hope.