Discussion in 'Challenger News, Articles and Media Reviews' started by SRT-Tom, May 18, 2020.
The only Vette body style I liked was the ‘69-‘71
Well besides the older split-window
Marspeed has a great compilation of all the 'Cuda rumors and renderings since 2008.
An awful lot of the renderings in that video look like Mustangs and Camaros more than anything from FCA. Still, it makes you wonder whether a 'Cuda is in our future or not.
The C2 was definitely my favorite but I did like the final C3 as well. I liked the Widebody C6's and C7's as well.
Cool rendering of a new 'Cuda, based on the 1970 model.
Reminds me of my '70 'Cuda. Except I had Cragar SS mags. I sometimes get nostalgic about that car but then I remember how often it broke down, and how bad the brakes and steering were...
I REALLY love my modern Challenger!
If Dodge does make a modern 'Cuda, I hope it is styled after the 1971 model.
Yea, and offer a Nash Ver, Factory Convertible with Shaker and Manual Trans!
God, I hope not! IMO, the '71 was the ugliest year with the 4 headlamps and that ugly grille. The rear facia wasn't any better either. I think the '70 was the best looking front and rear.
If that's the case, why does the 1971 model command higher prices?
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