I know how much everyone is interested in production figures, and since Chrysler keeps the information so close to the vest, I was surprised to find production figures for the 2010 MOPAR 10 edition car in the latest edition of MOPAR magazine, March/April 2011 issue. Forgive me if this has already been posted (I did a search and did not find it), I thought it would be interesting. In the article, total production was 600 units, 500 for U.S. and an additional 100 for Canadian distribution. Of the 500 US vehicles, 320 were automatics and 180 were manual trans cars. 255 vehicles were built with blue striping, 115 with red striping, and 130 with silver stripes. Out of the 255 with blue, 160 were auto, 95 were manual. Out of the 115 red striped cars, 74 were auto and 41 were manual. Out of the 130 silver striped cars, 86 were auto, and 44 were manual. The Canadian cars has 41 automatic and 59 manual transmission cars built. Out of the 80 with blue stripes, 34 were automatic, and 46 were manual. Out of the 11 red striped cars, 4 were automatic, 7 were manual. Of the 9 silver striped cars, 3 were automatic, and 6 were manual. Take a minute and think about these numbers. IMHO the cars were a great value as a package with all the MOPAR accessories that were installed with factory warranty, and if you are lucky enough to have one, I suspect that with all of the special goodies that came along with this car, chances are they will remain among the most collectible and coveted Challengers built by Chrysler.