The Challengerdmmerung

Edward Niedermeyer
by Edward Niedermeyer

We knew, but we still weren’t ready for this.

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  • Nick Nick on Mar 18, 2009

    If that driver is smart he will divert that car to somewhere secret and 'reveal' it in a few years. The regular Challenger, not sure how much it will appreciate...but a one of one convertible? BTW, that's not Sublime.

  • Greg Locock Greg Locock on Mar 18, 2009

    "That’s just disrespectful. Ford has whole museum of their concepts and one-offs. I can’t imagine how bad the engineers and assembly line guys feel." Concept cars aren't built on the assembly line. They are usually put together by the Styling Studio, or else subbed out to a prototyping shop. Either way the parent companies engineers rarely feel much connection to concept cars, they are pretty things to amuse the journalists and teenagers, and have little bearing on the real product (cough, Volt, cough).

  • Edmond Dantes Edmond Dantes on Mar 19, 2009

    Some of you may have seen this on Autoblog, but you didn't read the comments. It's not being scrapped.

  • Nick Nick on Mar 19, 2009

    Funny how times change. I remember a few years back readig a Mopar mag about a guy restoring a '70 (I think) Roadrunner serial 000001. It was the car used in the ads and press shoots (using lens filters to change the colour from white to yellow in some instances). When all was said and done, it was sold to the general public. Imagine the dumb-ass lawsuits now?