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you guys seen the latest Road & Track?
Thoughts on their 09 rendition?
Did you guys see this?
Cool, but big, heavy and probably expensive.
Stangnet member REDLTNG did a great write-up for our site on the Shelby Hertz. It just went live on our homepage. Check it out:...
and took good photos, please shoot me a PM. I'm interested in doing a feature on this car for CarDomain.com
No, Challenger still seems big and expensive and far away. Still planning to get a S197 one of these days...
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Sent you a PM... might be doing a profile on a cool S197 for CarDomain.com
talking go, not so much show...
I love verts but you gotta go with the V8.
It's not really fair to compare Charger sales to Mustang sales, cause the Charger loses sales to the 300 and Magnum. Just like it wouldn't be fair to...
Interesting. I didn't know there was a SS way back in 1961. Learn something new every day. :nice:
Drive one and you might change your mind. But I agree about the name--they should have called it a Coronet or Magnum sedan.
Nope, "muscle cars" are, by defintion, Mid-Size--ala 1964 Pontiac GTO. Some people will say that the Crysler 300B was the first muscle car (back in...
The new Mustang GT is an awesome bang for the buck--no one has anything close for $25k. The only "true" muscle car IMO is the outgoing GTO. I wish...
Well, even with four doors the Charger is lot closer to being a "muscle car" than the Mustang, which is a pony car. In fact, I'm not sure having four...
Definitely the sensor. But I kind of wonder about this thing--so if you are in heavy braking before a wreck and your passenger's weight slides...
I don't understand appearance packages, either, but they seem to sell. Cheap and easy to bring to market, too.