VANISHING POINT DODGE CHALLENGER

VANISHING POINT DODGE CHALLENGER

Dodge Challenger, which was used in the movie "Vanishing Point" which was published in 1971, is one of the leading films that feature the features of the vehicle as much as the movie at that time. The film, which debuted the first series of the Dodge Challenger series of three generations, used a classic car made in 1970. The car produced by Chrysler Corporation was introduced with the launch of the Mercury Cougar in 1967, along with the long wheelbase, larger dimensions and more luxurious interior design. At the same time, wealthy young Americans have created a greater sense of luxury and luxury. The Dodge Challenger was made up of four front fenders with air conditioning and the ability to degumate the condensed glass. Carl Cameron, who is also responsible for the design of the 1966 Dodge Charger '?n in the design sense, has also received a design for the 1970 model Challenger. The vehicle, welcomed by the public, is unfortunately exposed to criticism by the press. The reason for this is that the sale of classic cars has been low enough, resulting in a total of 165,437 sales of vehicles, which are not favorable, the first generation.

DODGE CHALLENGER MODELS

The Challenger has offered a two-door hardtop model as a coupe and cabrio. The Dodge Challenger Special Edition (SE) with V8 engine adds a more comfortable and more aesthetic flooring package to the package. The model with a 3-speed manual transmission has a 290 HP power. The company, which was not afraid to present the R / T to the market as a performance model with 375 HP power, announced its target group with more than one model in 1970. At the same time, the company that specializes in racing cars has added the Dodge Challenger T / A to American Classic Car fliers as both racing and street cars. Chrysler Corporation, with its dual exhaust pipe and muffler, is aiming to be noisier, but also offers an innovative, optional design option for manual and power steering, front brakes, matt black glasses, thick strips and spoilers. These vehicles, produced for the US and Canada markets, have since been exported to countries such as Switzerland and France and had to withdraw from the French market due to lack of supply.

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