Dropped by the Red Square Car Show in Seattle today and spotted this Plum Crazy 392 Challenger. It was kind of hard to miss…
Check out this snowy Plum Crazy Dodge Challenger Shaker spotted leaving Chrysler’s holding yard in transit to a dealership in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Apparently all the Shaker cars were snapped up by dealers in just four days. Better get one quick, while you still can! Via Scat Pack Forums
This is great looking 1970 Plymouth GTX with some cool modern upgrades like the big Wilwood disc brakes all around and Wheel Vintiques 17” Magnum 500 billet wheels. See more pics plus the eBay auction text after the jump!
Looks like it only got bid up to $27,100 with reserve not met.
I just got this cool pic of these two late model Challengers nose to nose. Here’s the word from Glenda:
We live in a small town in NE. Our neighbor, Greg Wade purchased the black RT about 3 months ago. We have owned the PCP challenger since 2010, bought it new off the showroom. It is a SRT8 6 speed w/hurst shifter, tinted windows, cold air intake and a few other extras. Just thought I would share this. Doug and Glenda Young own the PCP. Love this car.
One more pic of Doug and Glenda’s PCP Challenger after the jump!
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Here’s another opportunity to win a cool Mopar. Actually, two of them: Hemi Plum Crazy Dodge Challengers, new and old. Oh, and they give you cash, too, so you can actually keep them instead of selling them to pay Uncle Sam! All proceeds go to to support children’s charities. More at winthemopars.com Thanks to Darren for the tip!
As DodgeForum points out, the 2013 Dodge Challenger SRT8 Core is the most powerful car you can buy under $40,000. Mopar has always been about performance bang for the buck and the Core gets you just that: basically a stripped down, no-nonsense SRT8 Challenger. Here’s how the guys at SRT describe it:
The new 2013 Challenger SRT Core vehicle stands out thanks to its black grille and functional rear spoiler, ‘392’ badge on the front fender and 20-inch cast aluminum five-spoke wheels with black-painted pockets. Brembo® brakes stay and are finished in black for a more understated appearance. The SRT Viper lends its ballistic cloth material to the Challenger SRT Core for aggressively bolstered seats in Dark Slate Gray. Door inserts are finished in an “Axle” textile and a mini-carbon bezel instrument panel completes the appearance.