The internet is ripe with talk of how the V8 engines in the Dodge Challenger and Dodge Charger will soon be replaced by a twin turbocharged V6 and while I believe that we could see a twin turbo V6 in the Dodge muscle cars in the future – I don’t believe for a second that the next generation Challenger or Charger will be without a V8 engine option.
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Let’s face it, if you’ve ever owned a classic car, you’ll know just how frustrating the ownership experience can be. Sure, unless your automotive tastes run to the weird and esoteric, your classic of choice will be a looker, a stunning example of automotive design from a bygone era.
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Some of coolest Chevys in the country show up at the MCACN event we’re there to check out all of the bowtie action!
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The northeast is rich with Dodge and Plymouth American muscle that includes bountiful quantities of 340, 360, Max Wedge and Hemi horsepower. Nowhere is that more obvious than at the recent 24th Annual Eastern Mopar Classic held at the popular Maryland International Raceway (MIR) this past October 29. The MIR promotion team stacked the deck with a full house of show and go action, while racers, show participants, and fans flooded in with classic and modern machinery to tear up the quarter-mile and take home those awesome show awards.
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We are talking about a custom 1600+ HP 9 liter twin-turbo version, custom Carbon Fiber pieces and trick suspension .. and a lot more!!
The third Generation Dodge Challenger in 2008 is on the LC chassis, a shorter wheelbase version of the LX platform used on the Chrysler 300, Dodge Magnum and the Dodge Charger. Under the hood of the '08 Challenger SRT8 is the 6.1 L (370 cu in) Hemi V8 engine that is coupled to a five speed "AutoStick" automatic transmission. The entire production run of 6,400 cars destined for the USA were sold before-hand at prices above the MSRP.
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