Definitely go with the Challenger. And it will have to be the Hellcat...but they might not be making them in 5 years, so you'd better get a loan and buy one right away. I'm thinking of getting one myself. I only have about $20K to spend but somehow I think I can wing it. Buying a 700 horsepower car isn't something you need to explain to anybody.
The Hellcat is just too much car for me man. I can probably afford the premium fuel but I'll max out that discount tire credit card replacing my rear tires every month.
The Challenger RT has 375 horses by itself so that's my goal.
Hell even the V6 has 305 horses. My cop car with the 4.6 V8 has 200 horses. And I think of my car as quick because my 3:55 limited slip rear end chirps both tires when the light turns green.
Yes they may be replacing this car with the Cuda in 5 years. But I usually buy used anyway. I consider anything under 50 thousand miles not broken in yet. And the price will come down too.
Maybe by then I can afford a 6.4L HEMI V 8 OHV that has 470 hp. Can't buy it now though. Gotta wait till my home is payed off and my wife's van is payed off too. Then I'll have the way to double up on payments like I'm doing with my wife's van. Those interest charges take nearly a third of your car payment unless you do.
I hate this.
Wife wanted a break from cooking tonight and had me go
get some Wishbone Chicken. Dang good chicken.
I drove her minivan instead of John Belushi because it's front wheel drive.
And now I'm thinking how impractical a Challenger would be in the wintertime
so that 4 door Wrangler is looking better.
I still want that Challenger.
Then I'll trade John Belushi for an older two door Wrangler with a back seat and some cash.
Plans are good.
" Future years will never know the seething hell and the black infernal background of countless minor scenes and interiors, (not the official surface courteousness of the Generals, not the few great battles) of the Secession war; and it is best they should notï¿½the real war will never get in the books." ~ Walt Whitman