LAS VEGAS – The resurrected iconic muscle car from the 1970s, the all-new Dodge Challenger, does not go on sale until next spring, but already the customization crowd is licking its chops in anticipation of drag racing the car. At the recent Specialty Equipment Market Assn. show here, Rob Richard, director-sales and marketing for Chrysler LLC’s Mopar parts division, fanned the flames by announcing at a press conference the auto maker was working on race-ready versions of the Challenger ...
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