2010 Dodge Challenger R/T 2dr Coupe (5.7L 8cyl 5A)
I purchased my Challenger in January of 2009. Chrysler nailed the look of the 1970 model. Shortly after I took the car home, the windows would drop down after the door was opened, but would not roll back up. It did this several times. The dealership was unable to duplicate the problem. The rear taillight panel had a two inch crack in it which had to be replaced. Some of the body panels and rear taillights did not line up. The lights could not be adjusted. I enjoyed driving the car, although I did not like the feel of the engine when cruising at low speeds. It felt like the engine was holding back. This particular car would spin the back tires, but not for long. I sold the car 6 mths later
Hands down, the looks of the car. A great duplication of the 1970 Challenger.
Retro 18" wheels. Twenty's are to big for the car. A more aggressive exhaust for the R/T. Lower the R/T's from the factory. Mine looked like a 4 wheel drive. A different steering wheel. One that looks like the original rimblow would be nice.
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