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The Dodge Challenger was one of the great cars of the muscle car era. The first generation was made from 1970 until 1974. There was also a second generation from 1978 until 1983, but those cars were mostly junk. If you have a second generation, you'll probably need this site a lot, because you've got car parts falling off all over the place.
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The E body pony car that was the first gen Dodge Challenger was a thing of legend. There were a limited number made with a 426 Hemi V8 engine, and those are highly sought after today, often selling in the range of 6 figures. Despite having 425 horsepower, the Challengers with these engines did not sell very well originally, possibly because the engine option was $1,228. Even clones of the 1970 and 1971 Challenger are popular. Restorers use the 1972 and 1973 models as donor cars, although the rear is hard to fake and often leads to a 1970/1973 mix. Obviously parts can be rare for these older models, but they are available, especially on eBay. Thanks to the popularity of the car, many people are saving the parts to their broken down Challengers and selling them instead of trashing them, even if they're in poor condition.

I should also tell you that there is going to be a new Challenger coming next year. It will be a sports car addition to the Dodge lineup, to compete with the likes of the Ford Mustang.

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