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I think it looks great. Don't think we'll ever see it though. I think Dodge has been pretty clear that the Challenger is a 2 door car and the Charger is a 4 door car. Don't see why they would make them both as 2 door cars - they would alienate half of their sales for those than need 4 doors... Would be way too similar as the Challenger.
 

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I see it has a cage, is that Kevin Harts new car?
 

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I think it looks great. Don't think we'll ever see it though. I think Dodge has been pretty clear that the Challenger is a 2 door car and the Charger is a 4 door car. Don't see why they would make them both as 2 door cars - they would alienate half of their sales for those than need 4 doors... Would be way too similar as the Challenger.
yeah i know i mean an idea to make it look like that :p
 

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Here are photos of the actual SEMA car.

I really dont know :p but I wish they return this design and make it like that
 

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I really dont know :p but I wish they return this design and make it like that
I'd be super cool but no way will they ever do it.

I don't know for sure but I really doubt you could do "hellephant" 426 in a modern Challenger or Charger and still be legal for street use. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong but I bet the motor is only street legal in a pre-emissions era car such as the '68 Charger they chose to use for the engine's introduction at SEMA.
 

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I'd be super cool but no way will they ever do it.

I don't know for sure but I really doubt you could do "hellephant" 426 in a modern Challenger or Charger and still be legal for street use. Someone will correct me if I'm wrong but I bet the motor is only street legal in a pre-emissions era car such as the '68 Charger they chose to use for the engine's introduction at SEMA.
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