NEW YORK – Production of the ’09 Dodge Challenger has begun none too soon. As Job One rolls off the line at Chrysler LLC’s assembly plant in Brampton, ON, Canada, this week, it greets an anxious public. The latest iteration of the iconic muscle coupe that dominated National Hot Rod Assn. drag strips in the early 1970s, has attracted the attention of 900,000 hand-raisers, Ward’s is told. Mike Accavitti, director-Dodge brand and SRT global marketing, cannot confirm the number, which ...
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