What's the difference between a original Charger and a Challenger?

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  1. Tomash

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    They look almost the same. :dunno:
     
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    Styling and number of doors, they're the same underneath.
     
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    Yeah, but I kind of meant the originals.
     
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    wow... :ugh: "they look the same"
     
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    imo both the concepts are horrible, however the challenger is more authentic (obviously)
     
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    I've always loved the Challenger waaaay more.
    Hopefully, I'll own one (a 1970ish) someday.
     
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    The Challenger/'Cuda are one of the most stylish classic muscle cars ever, bar none. I think they are definitely the hottest.
     
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    I didn't see the original in the thread title. :o
     
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    Fucking :werd:.

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    Challenger to Cuda is like Dodge Neon to Plymouth Breeze, right?
     
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    No, Dodge Neon to Plymouth Neon. They're two of the same car.
     
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    Oh yeah, I mean Breeze and the one above Neon. I forgot what it's Dodge counterpart was.
    But yeah, that's what I though.
    I like the Challenger more than the Cuda though.
    I wouldn't want to look like Mr. Nash "Midlife Crisis" Bridges.
     
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    Challenger display at the North American Auto Show was jam packed with admirers.
     
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    They are my favorite cars of all time.
     
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    actually the challenger had a longer wheel base than the cuda.
     
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    The Challenger concept looks sedate and plain compared to the original.

    I LOVE the original.
     
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    New Challenger > new Charger
    Old Challenger ~ old Charger ---- depends on the motor, paint, Package and so on.
     
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    I thought they were completely different cars?
     

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