In the galleries below, you'll find the full brochure for the 2009
Challenger, and yeah, there's some good stuff to be found in
particularly fond of the R/T Classic package, which gets
a coat of B5 Blue, 20"
torq-thrust lookalikes, T/A-style stripes,
and the old-school script Challenger
badge on the front fender.
Unfortunately, while Chrysler was cooking up the
retro badging, they
neglected to order up some nouveau Fratzogs to really finish
look, so the Ram-head shield sits on the hood, instead. Too bad. As
the rest of the car? Badass. There are some pretty cool stripe
and wheel options
to be had regardless of trim level, plus what's
sure to be a bevy of aftermarket
parts from Mopar and other third
parties. Finally, Chrysler's offering a factory
R/T Track Pack that,
in its most aggressive form, combines the 6-speed Tremec
20" wheels and a 3.91 rear axle ratio. Bring money for tires.
Ford is the
king of leveraging its heritage to keep the Mustang
interesting. Chrysler has a
shot at doing the same thing here with
the Challenger. From the looks of things,
it's off to a good start.
That R/T Classic? Yeah, we could roll like that.
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