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Sure, that's a real Liberty Walk kit...

This prototype is dressed curiously.

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For every action...

A proper suspension setup is key.

Surprisingly, there are only nine two-door coupes on the market in America that are available for less than $30,000 new. Here's a list.

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It's got a shaker hood and Hellcat headlight intakes.

It will build 80 in black and blue, and 80 in black and silver.

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The crate comes with tools and more to prep your Demon for street or strip.

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The cold never bothered us anyway.

Mopar's muscle coupe borrows all-wheel drive from the Charger sedan.

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A crew of Detroit car thieves seriously upped their game this week after stealing a Hellcat Challenger straight off the showroom floor.

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2017 Challenger GT arrives in time for winter's worst.

Mopar Muscle, now sent rippling to all four wheels.

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The Chrysler 300, Dodge Challenger and Charger are here to stay.

The 2021 model year, though, will get major changes.

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Street racing is suspected to be the cause of the accident.

It's hard to tell this is a McLaren.

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Dodge is still working on its widebody Challenger, but CDC's kit is already here.

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Don't judge a car by its, uh, cover.

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18 city, 27 highway, 21 combined mpg.

Fuel economy figures for the Challenger GT are out.

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A Ram Rebel and a Dodge Challenger police car feature, too.

And yes, the limo gets into some trouble while Wolverine chauffeurs Professor X.

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It lives, and it’s getting some help from the Viper ACR.

Prototypes' tires hint towards an upcoming wide-body model.

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The latest news, driving impressions of the Porsche Panamera Turbo and GMC Acadia, and Mike has a rant about sexism.

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Changes to begin later this year.

Sorry, but the Viper is still dead.

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New looks, small bumps in performance, and more noise should be a winning recipe for Dodge's two newest trim levels.

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Wheel thieves hit a Dodge dealer leaving 14 beached, high-performance Chargers and Challengers in their wake.

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It takes more than a lead foot and some steel studs to keep a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat pointed the right way on the ice at 170 mph.

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