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PostSubject: Raising the dead   Wed Jun 25, 2008 6:06 pm

I thought for a while now that GM, Ford and Dodge should be more careful when raising dead muscle cars and bring them into the new century. Examples of things that should not be Pontiac GTO, Dodge Charger and Challenger. Ford does it a little different with the Mustang having 60's styling cues. You might be think, what am I, an idiot. Maybe I am, but it is my belief that the cars of yesteryear have a grace and nostalgia that should remain nostalgic. I agree that these new versions are good looking powerful cars, but I think these companys should have renamed these cars to move towards the future in competeing with foriegn automakers instead of realing on past glory that died decades ago.
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PostSubject: Re: Raising the dead   Wed Jun 25, 2008 10:41 pm

Well, I think the GTO was a flop because it was a great car but no one wanted it because the name GTO did not fit. Charger was a complete overhaul with hardly any retro styling cues. If Chrysler were to introduce the 'Cuda, that would be going overboard. Same thing with the firebird and cougar. All three of them should rest in peace.


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PostSubject: Re: Raising the dead   Sat Jun 28, 2008 10:53 pm

I saw some pics of a custom 'Cuda at SEMA and it was just a souped up one that was posed as a concept...

IMO they should bring one back per company, Challenger, check, Camaro, check, and Mustang, check the whole time.
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