Ditto, or makes it do you have to spent alot to get the Hemi in it.Mr.DJ said:If DCX decides not to remain 'true to concept'; i.e., if it doesn't remain a long, wide, two-door 'muscle car' with sleek body lines, then I'll probably just locate and purchase a restored 70's era model. If for some unknown reason DCX does decide to make a few appearance changes, then hopefully the new generation 'Challenger' might look similar to that of Doug Schramm's original digital concept image (as in my avatar).
I agree on the overpricing, some of the local dealerships here in california charge 10K + markup on their SRT models. If the Challenger is a limited edition only model I would hate to see what the dealer's would overcharge for it around here.firstmethod said:over 4000 lb = might buy but much grinding of teeth
no six speed = no sale
mangle beautiful body = no sale
gross overpricing = no sale
major reliability problems (won't be buying till y2) = no sale