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It was 1987, I had just turned 18 and I had saved as much money as I could to buy my first car. So a friend mentioned that he knew someone who wanted to sell a 1971 Challenger. That's all I needed to hear, and asked that his friend bring the car over so I could take a look. I stood there mesmerized by the car and thinking about all the girls I would be able to ask out once I owned this beast.The Challenger stayed in the back of my mind as my "someday" car.Seriously, this car represents everything Detroit muscle (I mean Canada) is famous for even while pony cars like the Mustang are assuming a decidedly more European look.Particularly startling is just how big the car is, a fact that is de-emphasized by the massive 20-inch rims it rides on.There's a retro feel to the gauges in the instrument cluster, but that didn't stop Dodge from packing the car with technology.That's understandable, since Dodge has you covered on that front with another three models that get progressively more potent and outrageous.Yes that's a lot of money for a Dodge, but with 707 horsepower and 881 Newton-meter of torque, it's also the most powerful American muscle car – ever.
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