Pick One: Shelby GT350R Mustang vs. Dodge Challenger Hellcat

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    MustangGuy
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    Their prices are similar but they’re totally different.

    Dodge gives more color options but Ford owns the looks dept IMO.

    Shelby GT350R Mustang vs. Dodge Challenger Hellcat

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    MOPAR74
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    I love both cars…. But the Challenger is the best looking it has WAY more presence than just about anything on the road.

     

    I would choose the Challenger, no question… But the Mustang could pull me away. I absolutely love the new Mustang

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    JDMPoe
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    If I had to choose one – god forbid – I would go with the GT350 R. Just seems like it has more personality.

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    lengnert
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    I feel I must say GT350R here (considering my avatar), but c’mon, who wants to really have to choose between these two!!!???

    The good news is both will provide some seriously happy faces (from repeated high speed shenanigans) for their owners and probably be sold for at least their original asking prices (if not multiples thereof) years down the proverbial road.

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    MustangGuy
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    and probably be sold for at least their original asking prices

    I highly doubt that.  :thumbsdown:

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    Rogues Gambit
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    Hellcat, I already have a Mustang

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    lengnert
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    and probably be sold for at least their original asking prices

    I highly doubt that. :thumbsdown:

    I never understood why you said that, MG…?
    You don’t think, if both were not daily drivers and mileage were reasonable, that they won’t hold their value?

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