• Bill Burke Posted: 10/15/2008 6:39pm PDT

    Thanks MoPar!Just what a MoPar junkie like me needed to lift my spirits. With all the talk of Chrysler/G.M., Chrysler/Nissan, Chrysler/Anyone mergers, Pentastar Spirits are pretty low. By the way, the 70 Challenger also had a "shaker" hood, not just the Cuda. What's most important is that the performance people at Chrysler are still alive and well. I got my first look at a 2009 Challenger R/T at the MoPar Nationals and it was a stunner. Photographs do not do this car justice. Lets not write the obituary on this proud and yes, even in these difficult times, innovative auto company just yet. A junkie never gives up on his addiction, and mine is MoPars. Even the "Pennsylvania Pooper" is rooting for a Chrysler comeback.

  • Michael H Posted: 10/16/2008 12:17am PDT

    Please Chrysler, if you are going to merge, merge with Ford. At least they can use your brands. All GM will do is keep Jeep and kill off the rest.

  • Wayne Posted: 10/16/2008 7:32am PDT

    So my first thought when Chrysler showed the first Challenger concept is it's nice, but almost too much like the '70 Challenger. Then I saw the cars in person! WOW, what a great looking car. Now I know this is a concept, but this would be SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much fun to have with the V10. I'll take one please, and make mine SubLime!

  • WDP Posted: 10/16/2008 9:30am PDT

    Cool. Hope they can make the hood fit before the show. And amen about the push button starter. Enough with the gadgets already.

  • Ed Posted: 10/16/2008 9:49am PDT

    Jeep is not the most valuable part of Chrysler.
    It's the MINIVANS. After all, Chrysler invented them.
    A third reason for GM to buy Chrysler would be so no Nissans or VWs or TOyota 9?!) does, and gets a foothold int he US with all the dealer base etc.
    Of course, FOrd could buy Chrysler too, and has more cash to do so due to the $23 billion line of credit Mullaly got by selling this and that etc.

  • Dave Posted: 10/16/2008 10:19am PDT

    They still have balls!!! This does not look like a company in dire straights. They are car guys to the core and God willing if the market turns around I thing they will be back big time!

  • Jay Posted: 11/6/2008 12:28pm PST

    I'd rather see (and buy) the SRT-10 body and chassis, except with a 6.4L 540hp Hemi. Oh and delete the red button for me too...