Any use of a classic name of yore will rile up those in love with the originals, especially if there are two extra doors attached. I'm in with the muscle car crowd, and a part of me really wanted to see a two-door version of the Charger, and so it seems, do many other Charger fans as reported in this Cars.com piece. I think people tend (try) to forget the econo-Chargers of the 80's; the real love is with the wild-colored Mopars of the 60's. Detroit needs to walk a fine line between fond memories and irk lest we forget the 2004 GTO debacle that gave GM more bad press than good.
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