I voted the Cuda, that is the one I could see myself in. I could not see enough of the SCL (I know nothing about it) for it to be my vote, for me the Hurst has ugly wheels, a boring paint job and a dumb looking front spoiler, apart from that I like it. :laugh2:
The "Cuda" example has one of the better looking '71 style grilles. But...the quarters need to be reworked to have the correct shape. Simply sticking '71 billboards over the quarter just don't cut it.
The Hurst has the most "all of one design" worked into the paint, interior and the restraint for going overboard works best on this.
The Russian one - it has some interesting elements of re-interpreting things, but there's a lot of busy-ness that appears someone studied a 2Ks WRX and worked those elements in...and that's where it goes wrong
I do not like the mad scramble throw everything at it cause Dodge made a muscle car themes. They made a Dodge Challenger. Not a Plymouth anything, not a Daytona - see Charger - not a General Lee nothing. They made a Challenger: Challenger history = R/T, T/A, various regional models (i.e. Western Special), convertible (well built conversions I like), Ralleye. The only ones here for my consideration are the Hurst and the SCL.