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It might have been a good looking car if Daimler /Chrysler would have taken a cue from Ford. Ford redesigned the Mustang that is more retro looking and looks like a modern version of the late 60's , mostably the 67 fastback Mustang ......

If the Charger came back as something like that with the Hemi..OH MAN...

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It might have been a good looking car if Daimler /Chrysler would have taken a cue from Ford. Ford redesigned the Mustang that is more retro looking and looks like a modern version of the late 60's , mostably the 67 fastback Mustang ......

If the Charger came back as something like that with the Hemi..OH MAN...

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^^ haha. Yeah those windows would be sorta hard to get in and out of :wink:

I'm saving up little by little for a real Genearl.. a '69 Charger, 75 Corvet Flame Red paint job, dixie horn...the works.

Yeah, it does look a bit to red... but it's okay for a four door car...

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In my eyes,dodge screwed up when they brought out the 2006 charger,oooo, that hurt to call it that.

The 1999 looked better for a charger,and then?????

Ford did good,the 2006 mustang at least looked like a charger!

Wish they did the charger like they will do,I hope,like the new challenger concept....

Let's see If I can put it on here!

2006challenger.jpg

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