Wednesday, November 01, 2017

here's what a new 2 door Charger looks like


Obviously better looking than a 4 door. So, why can't Dodge FCA figure this out and stop making 4 doors, or, make a 2 and a 4 door Charger?

It wasn't that long ago, most cars had the 2 and 4 door, and station wagon version.


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  1. Yes, a 2 door Charger would be fantastic. Just don't like the big black hole on the front and the tail light. The rest is perfect !
    Thanks for your SEMA reports !

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    1. Bruce I agree, that black hole up front is awful. Looks like they had a little trouble blending the belt line on the sides too. And what the hell is up with the elephantiasis of the rear bumper. Yeeeesh! I think the trouble with designers today is over thinking and way, WAY! over engineering.

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  2. That does look very cool..

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  3. That Confederate Flag on the roof musta set off a bunch of cry babies, I'm sure we'll Tweets about this in a day or two...

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  4. The reason they don't make 2 door or wagon versions is that people don't buy enough cars. Everyone wants trucks and SUVs/Crossovers.

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    1. If you think of it, trucks and SUV's/Crossovers are nothing more then what two doors and wagons were 30 years ago. We Americans still want BIG! I mean look at these vehicles we have today. BIG, BUBULUS and FFFFFFFFAT! Not the sleak cool looking cars we had then. I really miss that. :(

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  5. Ha,
    im sure there are some snowflakes heading for their safespace and emotional support animals after seeing a confederate flag.

    i remember when just about every car came in 2 and 4 door and usually a 2 and 4 door wagon as well, and all 6 of those models were also offered in a hardtop (without metal frames around the tops of the door windows) and in a sedan (with the metal frame around the windows)

    at one time in the 70s my parents had a 73 caprice wagon, a 74 Caprice 4 door hardtop, a 73 Caprice 4 door sedan and a 74 Caprice convertible

    I think the 65-69 Falcon had more models than any other vehicle before or since.

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