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2010 Dodge Challenger 5.7 V8 SFI OHV 16V

With an inventory of more than 300 classics.

USD 54,995
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1990-2010 Late Model


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Odometer: 12152 Miles
LHD/RHD LHD
Transmission: 6 SPEED MANUAL
Convertible: NO
Advert No: 121085



Description:

When the Plymouth brand died before the all-new Challenger hit the streets, fans were justifiably unhappy that there would be no new ''Cuda to match. Well, fortunately, the guys over at Mr. Norm''s Garage were all too happy to help the Plymouth guys out with a neatly-dressed 2010 version of their beloved E-body musclecar. Showing only 12,152 original miles, this ''Cuda, er, Challenger looks for all the world like a brand new car. The Mr. Norm''s makeover took what was already a fantastic-looking car and added all the familiar styling cues such as the sculpted front grille, gills on the front fenders, a twin-nostril hood, and what appear to be original ''Cuda taillights out back. The whole thing was painted inky, sinister black, giving it just the right amount of menace out on the street. There''s also a chin spoiler and a somewhat subtle decklid spoiler to complete the look, and it''s all in showroom fresh condition. A lot of folks see this car and then do a double-take, not sure if they''ve just seen what they think they''ve seen. Up close, the illusion is quite good, and if you''ve been hankering for a ''Cuda, your car has just arrived. It even wears proper ''Cuda badges, with the Charger logo on the nose replaced by Mr. Norm''s signature. Cool, right? The black leather interior got its share of upgrades as well. The Challenger already comes pretty well loaded, and when you order the 6-speed manual, it takes on a whole new persona. Mr. Norm added a traditional pistol-grip shifter for the Tremec gearbox, so it feels like the good old days with every shift. White-faced gauges behind a fat leather-wrapped steering wheel look great, and it''s easy to get comfortable in those incredibly supportive buckets. And for back seat passengers, two DVD players, headsets and remote controls included, have been installed just for extra cool points. Everything remains in showroom fresh condition, including the driver''s seat, carpets, and even the trunk which looks like it has never carried anything but the original spare. Performance is not a problem with Chrysler''s thundering 5.7 liter Hemi V8. Augmented by a Mopar Performance cold air induction kit installed by Mr. Norm''s own mechanics, it has a wonderful muscle car sound and enough torque to turn those giant rear tires to expensive smoke almost at will. The rest of the engine is factory stock, which means it''s still covered by the factory warranty, still starts instantly, still idles perfectly, and pulls like a freight train on the street. All the important stuff is there, including A/C, ABS brakes with traction control, and heavy-duty disc brakes at all four corners. For nostalgia''s sake, 20-inch Torque Thrust wheels have been fitted wearing factory-issue 245/45/20 Goodyear RS-A performance radials. Documentation is everything with a car like this, so it includes the original window sticker and all the receipts from Mr. Norm''s Garage. A sure-fire future collectable that''s also a ton of fun today. Call now! This vehicle is located in our Atlanta showroom. For more information, please call (678) 279-1609 or toll free (877) 367-1835.


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