This low miliage Brilliant Black Pearl beauty runs as good as it looks. It has a clean clear accident free history as reported by Autocheck an Experien company. The body and original paint are in very nice shape with only minor imperfection and the interior is very clean. "Start the motor and you are at once treated to the aural delight of the 6.1 liter Hemi V-8 burbling through the dual exhaust system. Precious few cars today offer up an engine sound that thrills the driver at idle. The anticipation of the 425 horsepower, with 420 ft-lbs of torque, being available at your right foot, and the let ‘er rip! WHAM, you’re in sensory overload as the mighty Hemi roars, and the tires screech as they leave a strip of rubber on the pavement, while you’re shoulders are pinned back into the race inspired, well bolstered, leather seats. You’ll hit 60 mph in less than five seconds with amazing torque induced g-forces, and you can hear yourself yell out, “yee-ha.” Only respect for the local constabulary and not wishing to experience their jail, forced me to back off after hitting triple digit speeds. Chrysler tells us that I’d have hit the quarter mile in only 13.3 seconds, and it would only take 16.5 to hit 100. But I gotta tell you, that one run alone made me feel like I shaved 25 years off my current age, and filled in the sparse patches of hair on my head. While this 2010 Challenger provides all the straight line thrills of the old muscle cars, there are several things that set it miles (and years) apart from the cars of yesteryear. First off, the 2010 version comes equipped with 4-piston opposed Brembo brake calipers, clamping down on huge vented rotors, so when you hit the whoa pedal, the SRT8 scrubs off speed like a race car. And the ABS system makes sure you won’t flat-spot the tires, either. The SRT8’s 20s are very cool, and its tires are yet another 10mm wider than the R/T, completely flush with the wheel wells. The SRT8 also gets xenon lights (optional on the R/T), a matte black deck spoiler, and a deeper front air dam with functional brake ducts. Speaking of functional ducts, the hood scoops on all Challengers do indeed contribute to engine-bay ventilation. This retrospective Challenger top-dog, 425-hp SRT8 is destine to greatness. 2008. Can you say “collectible”? "Car and Driver"
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