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    Posted: June/14/2005 at 5:30am
The resurrected Challenger muscle car will come back in 2009 industry paper says.

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - It's starting to look like the muscle car wars of the late 1960s are coming back for real. Following this year's introduction of the Dodge Charger, the next muscle car name to be resurrected will be the Dodge Challenger, according to a report in the industry weekly Automotive News.

The Challenger will be based on the same platform as the Charger, which shares its mechanical underpinnings with the Chrysler 300 and the Dodge Magnum wagon, according to the report. The newspaper cites industry sources including outside analysts familiar with the development program.

No-one with Chrysler Group, the division of DaimlerChrysler responsible for Chrysler, Dodge and Jeep vehicles. would talk about the program, Automotive News said.

Unlike the Charger, the Challenger will be a two-door car, according to the report. That would put it in direct competition with the recently redesigned Ford Mustang and the Pontiac GTO. The current Charger has four doors.

Like the Charger, 300 and Magnum, the Challenger will be available with an optional V8 "Hemi" engine, Automotive News said.

When it was originally introduced for the 1970 model year, the Challenger was a small "Pony Car" competitor to the Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro.

The car is scheduled to be introduced in 2009, Automotive News said. The report said the company expects to sell 60,000 to 70,000 Challengers a year.
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if the price is right, im gonna grab one when they come out. theyre pretty damn sweet looking... atleast in the concept form. id love to get my hands on the 2009 mustang to have them both. hell. id love to get my hands on a 2005 mustang. but. i dont have the money for another car.

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From what I hear, it'll be a short-wheelbase '06 Charger with 2 less doors. Same powerplants, including an SRT version. Of course, it'll be rear-drive. Let's hope they make a 6-spd stick optional. Oh, and vintage rallye wheels.
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Yeah man, gotta have the mopar rallye wheels with the cylindrical/cone shaped centers! Keep em small, only 16-17"
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do ulot own cars?
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