1 Month - 28,000 Orders for Charger.

Today's auto section in the Chicago Tribune said Dodge has recieved 28,000 orders already for the new Charger since its debut only a month ago.
Harryface
05 Park Avenue 91 Bonneville LE, 303,555 miles
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Seem like only Ford and Chrysler understand many buyers prefer the handling and lower overall cost of RWD vehicles.
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the 1985 large car models...first large cars with AWD...was the beginning of the end of GM. People never quite took to those cars. They did enlarge and improve them over the years, but they are nothing like a 1984 Electra Park Avenue or the REAL Oldsmobile 98.

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I liked them too; so well, that I bought 2 brand new '84 Regency Broughams. Drove one about 80,000 s-w-e-e-t miles; sold other one 15 months later w/15000 miles--at a profit!!! S
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the 1985 large car models...first large cars with AWD...was the beginning of the end of GM. People never quite took to those cars. They did enlarge and improve them over the years, but they are nothing like a 1984 Electra Park Avenue or the REAL Oldsmobile 98. I liked them too; so well, that I bought 2 brand new '84 Regency Broughams. Drove one about 80,000 s-w-e-e-t miles; sold other one 15 months later w/15000 miles--at a profit!!! S .......................................................................... Gee guys! Guess that I slept through 1985! I don't remember ANY 1985 GM "first large cars with AWD" (All-Wheel-Drive), I only remember FWD ones! - Bill
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Oops, you are right. With the current trend toward more and more AWD I had a brain fart! Anyway, the 1985 move toward smaller FWD "large" cars was the beginning of the slide (end?) of GM.
the 1985 large car models...first large cars with AWD...was the beginning of the end of GM. People never quite took to those cars. They did enlarge and improve them over the years, but they are nothing like a 1984 Electra Park Avenue or the REAL Oldsmobile 98. I liked them too; so well, that I bought 2 brand new '84 Regency Broughams. Drove one about 80,000 s-w-e-e-t miles; sold other one 15 months later w/15000 miles--at a profit!!! S .......................................................................... Gee guys! Guess that I slept through 1985! I don't remember ANY 1985 GM "first large cars with AWD" (All-Wheel-Drive), I only remember FWD ones! - Bill
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The damn thing doesn't resemble the older charger at all. It looks more like that magnum

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