The Dodge Challenger is another fine example of a car that has been brought back from the dead after the Big Wigs realized they shouldn't never gotten rid of it. This is the third generation of the Dodge Challenger and it was brought back to life in The Challenger was first introduced in as a pony car that shared major components with the Plymouth Barracuda. The second generation Challenger was a limp model produced by Mitsubishi from to and was a complete waste of time.
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