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The Dodge Challenger SRT-8 will make its first non-auto show appearance in Inland Southern California with InstantRiverside.com Auto Editor Paul
Very soon, I will have one of the most sought-after modern day muscle cars sitting in my garage, wearing a suit of orange and black, screaming “notice me!”
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It’s been 34 years since the Inland Empire has spotted a brand new Dodge Challenger cruising through our neighborhoods.
I had the pleasure of standing next to the new Challenger SRT-8 at the Inland Empire Auto Show, but this time, there will be no ropes surrounding
the car, and I will be holding the key.
I’ve already developed a few preliminary opinions. First, this might be one of the last new muscle cars we see for a while. Second, it’s exciting
to watch Dodge revive a classic. It’s been too long since this automaker has had a car that is both affordable and downright sexy.
I hope you’ll join me at the Riverside Plaza, Saturday, June 21st, and explore it for yourself. As part of my review of this car, we’re making it
available in it’s first Inland Southern California appearance NOT at an auto show. You’ll be able to look under the hood, jump inside, and if you ask nicely, I’ll let you start it up. (Sorry, no test drives.)
We’ll be near the theater at the Riverside Plaza between 5pm and 7:30 pm on June 21st. I expect the new Challenger will bring back many fun memories from the 70s.
If you have a Dodge Challenger from the 70’s e-mail Paul at email@example.com
Friday, June 13, 2008
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