Scat Pack 392/1320, Hell Cat, and Red Eye Most comfortable riding

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    Between these three models which one will have the most comfortable ride over bumpy roads.
    We also have to include the widebody models now too if that makes any difference.:favorites37:
     
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    well considering that all 3 of those are made for racing or close to it. I don't think they figured much into that. but all should have a beefed up suspension of some sort.
     
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    I had read in one of these reviews that the widebody is suppose to ride better on regular roads and bumpy roads but I wanted to hear that from any actual owners of these 3 cars.
     
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    Well that leaves me out as I have a 2009 RT. But I do have the SRT suspension on it. Ride is a little rougher but it takes the curves with ease and no body roll.


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    I have a 2005 Corvette with magnetic ride and it's super comfortable but I want a bigger car. I will keep the Corvette because it is light.
    I got a Mustang GT 1988 which is too stiff but I am also the original owner just like with the Corvette and this car will rattle your brains, filings out.
    I test drove a new 2013 Mustang GT with the Coyote engine and that car was super scary fast a real high reving engine but the suspension is too stiff and will make me sick on these public roads that are messed up.

    I figure that the right Challenger with its longer wheelbase and wider body should provide a much smoother and comfortable ride than the smaller Mustang on public roads.
    I haven't test driven the new Mustang GT with improved IRS suspension but I don't care for the styling, it's a small car especially for $50,000 now.