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MEET THE NEW SPECIAL-EDITION 2017 CHALLENGER T/A ON WOODWARD AVE

We have something for you that is going to really rock Woodward this year. We’re reintroducing the famed Challenger T/A for 2017. This race-bred muscle car puts the power down via the 6.4-liter 392 HEMI® V8 engine with a naturally aspirated 485 horsepower, or the 5.7-liter HEMI V8 with up to 375 horsepower with the all-new electronically controlled active performance exhaust system. 
 

 

And while Detroit’s Woodward Avenue may be made for cruising, the 2017 Challenger T/A is designed to stop and turn heads…

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MEET THE NEW SPECIAL-EDITION 2017 CHALLENGER T/A ON WOODWARD AVE

These SRT® Hellcats Have Earned Their Stripes

 

The 2016 Challenger and Charger SRT Hellcat models, the fastest, most powerful muscle cars to ever run the track*, got their stripes the old-fashioned way: with 650 lb.-ft. of torque. Now they finally get to wear them. 
 

This January dealers began taking orders for SRT Hellcat-exclusive dual full-length carbon-fiber pattern stripes. A little car history for you: Racing stripes made their first appearance in the 1950s. They were primarily used to help spectators identify a particular racecar on the track and to also help the driver orient his ride after a spinout….

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These SRT® Hellcats Have Earned Their Stripes

When Color Names Were Plum Crazy – A Look Back at High Impact Colors


 

There’s a theory out there that the variety of car colors offered at any given time is a direct reflection on how well the economy is doing at that time. If the economy is slow, the available color palette for that model year would be mainly black, gray, silver and white. While pocketbooks are stretched, customers want to retain retail value, opting for “safer” colors. The opposite also holds true when the economy is booming, colors get more outlandish and vibrant. Well, if the theory is correct, 1969 must have been…

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When Color Names Were Plum Crazy – A Look Back at High Impact Colors