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Revision as of 00:36, 27 November 2010


Vanishing Point Challenger

Contents

Background:

While Plymouth was one of the first Makes to introduce a Pony Car with its 1964 introduction of the Barracuda, its sister division Dodge, had to wait until 1970 for its first Pony Car -- the Challenger. While both the Dodge and Plymouth Pony Cars of 1970-1974 were E-Bodies, the Challenger had a wheelbase 2" longer, mostly for it to compete with the more luxurious Mercury Cougar.

From 1978 to 1983, Dodge sold a version of the 4-cylinder Mitsubishi Plymouth Sapporo through its dealers as the Challenger. The main difference being the colors offered by each of the divisions, and the Sapporo having a Silver colored plastic grill while the Challenger had a black colored plastic grill.

With Pony Cars making a come back a few years ago, in 2008 Dodge brought back the Challenger, after a 34 year absence as an American Pony car. Like Ford with the Mustang, and Chevrolet with the Camaro -- the Challenger has a retro look to it, having a close resemblance to the Challenger of the early 70s.

1970 - 1974 Dodge Challenger

Model Predecessor

The Challenger is the first and only Pony Car for Dodge

Model Successor

The Challenger is the first and only Pony Car for Dodge

Export Versions

The export versions were basically the same as the domestic version. For a brief period they were sold in France through Simca, and a version was assembled in Switzerland to Swiss standard by AMAG. Both version are very rare today.

1970 - 1974 Challenger Related Models

Competition

  • Ford Mustang
  • Chevrolet Camaro
  • Pontiac Firebird
  • Mercury Cougar
  • AMC Javelin

Platform

All of the first generation Dodge Challengers were on the 1970-1974 E-Body, which was a modified version of the B-Body -- as used exclusively for the 197-1974 Plymouth Barracuda/Cuda and Dodge Challenger.

Year by Year Changes, Production Numbers, and Cost:

The below is information specific to the individual years of the first version of the Challenger.

1970 Dodge Challenger

Need Collaboration on a intro for the
year 1970
1970 Hemi Challenger
Sub Models for 1970
Challenger T/A
Challenger T/A in Panther Pink
need for some collaboration on the T/A
(Details, Colors, Production Numbers)
Challenger R/T
need for some collaboration on the RT
(Details, Colors, Production Numbers)
Challenger SE
need for some collaboration on the SE
(Details, Colors, Production Numbers)
Production Numbers for 1970
  • 1970 = 76,935 *includes 2,539 T/As
    • Hardtop I6: 9,929
    • Hardtop V8:. 39,350*
    • Sports hardtop I6: 350
    • Sports hardtop V8: 5,873
    • Convertible I6: 378
    • Convertible V8: 2,543
    • Hardtop R/T: 13,796
    • Special Edition hardtop R/T: 3,753
    • Convertible R/T: 963
Available Colors for 1970
  • Light Gold Metallic-FY4,
  • Plum Crazy (purple)-FC7,
  • Sublime (green)-FJ5,
  • Go-Mango(orange)-EK2,
  • Hemi Orange-EV2,
  • Banana (yellow)-FY1,
  • Light Blue Metallic-EB3,
  • Bright Blue Metallic-EB5,
  • Dark Blue Metallic-EB7,
  • Rallye Red-FE5,
  • Light Green Metallic-FF4,
  • Dark Green Metallic-EF8,
  • Dark Burnt Orange-FK5,
  • Beige-BL1,
  • Dark Tan Metallic-FT6,
  • White-EW1,
  • Black-TX9,
  • Cream-DY3,
  • Panther Pink-FM3
Engines for 1970
  • C: 225 cu in (3.7 L) Slant 6 I6: 145 bhp
  • G: 318 cu in (5.2 L) LA V8: 230 bhp
  • H: 340 cu in (5.6 L) LA V8: 275 bhp
  • J: 340 cu in (5.6 L) LA V8 Six-Pack: 290 bhp 1970 *T/A ONLY
  • L: 383 cu in (6.3 L) B V8: 290 bhp and 330 bhp (246 kW) 1970-1971
  • N: 383 cu in (6.3 L) B V8: 335 bhp 1970-1971
  • U: 440 cu in (7.2 L) RB V8: Available in Magnum 4-barrel carbureted form 375 bhp 1970-1971
  • V: 440 cu in (7.2 L) RB V8 Six-Pack: (3 × 2-barrel carburetors) 390 bhp 1970-1971
  • R: 426 cu in (7 L) Hemi V8: 425 bhp costing an extra US$1,228 and very few sold. 1970-1971
Transmissions for 1970
need Collaboration on the available transmissions for 1970
Length, width, height, wheelbase for 1970
  • Length 191.3 in
  • Width 76.1 in
  • Height 50.9 in
  • Wheelbase 110.0 in

1971 Dodge Challenger

Need Collaboration on a intro for the
year 1971
1971 Challenger R/T
Sub Models for 1971
Challenger R/T
need for some collaboration on the RT
(Details, Colors, Production Numbers)
Production Numbers for 1971
  • 1971 = 26,299
    • Hardtop I6: 1,672
    • Hardtop V8: 18,956
    • Convertible I6: 83
    • Convertible V8: 1,774
    • Hardtop V8 R/T: 3,814
Available Colors for 1971
  • Light Gunmetal Metallic-GA4,
  • Light Blue Metallic-GB2,
  • Bright Blue Metallic-GB5,
  • Dark Blue Metallic-GB7,
  • Dark Green Metallic-GF7,
  • Light Green Metallic-GF3,
  • Gold Metallic-GY8,
  • Dark Gold Metallic-GY9,
  • Dark Bronze Metallic-GK6,
  • Tan Metallic-GT5,
  • Bright Red-FE5,
  • Bright White-GW3,
  • Black-TX9,
  • Butterscotch-EL5,
  • Citron Yella-GY3,
  • Hemi Orange-EV2,
  • Green Go-FJ6,
  • Plum Crazy-FC7,
  • Top Banana-FY1
Engines for 1971
  • C: 225 cu in (3.7 L) Slant 6 I6: 145 bhp
  • G: 318 cu in (5.2 L) LA V8: 230 bhp
  • H: 340 cu in (5.6 L) LA V8: 275 bhp
  • J: 340 cu in (5.6 L) LA V8 Six-Pack: 290 bhp 1970 *T/A ONLY
  • L: 383 cu in (6.3 L) B V8: 290 bhp and 330 bhp (246 kW) 1970-1971
  • N: 383 cu in (6.3 L) B V8: 335 bhp 1970-1971
  • U: 440 cu in (7.2 L) RB V8: Available in Magnum 4-barrel carbureted form 375 bhp 1970-1971
  • V: 440 cu in (7.2 L) RB V8 Six-Pack: (3 × 2-barrel carburetors) 390 bhp 1970-1971
  • R: 426 cu in (7 L) Hemi V8: 425 bhp costing an extra US$1,228 and very few sold. 1970-1971
Transmissions for 1971
need Collaboration on the available transmissions for 1971
Length, width, height, wheelbase for 1971
  • Length 191.3 in
  • Width 76.1 in
  • Height 50.9 in
  • Wheelbase 110.0 in

1972 Dodge Challenger

1972 Challenger Rallye
Need Collaboration on a intro for the
year 1972
Sub Models for 1972
Production Numbers for 1972
  • 1972 = 22,919
    • Hardtop I6: 842
    • Hardtop V8: 15,175
    • Hardtop V8 Rallye: 8,123
Available Colors for 1972
  • Light Blue-HB1,
  • Bright Blue Metallic-HB5,
  • Bright Red-FE5,
  • Light Green Metallic-GF3,
  • Dark Green Metallic-GF7,
  • Eggshell White-GW1, Black-TX9,
  • Honeydew-GY4,
  • Light Gold-GY5,
  • Gold Metallic-GY8,
  • Dark Gold Metallic-GY9,
  • Dark Tan Metallic-GT8,
  • Light Gunmetal Metallic-GA4,
  • Medium Tan Metallic-GA4,
  • Super Blue-GB3,
  • Hemi Orange-EV2,
  • Top Banana-FY1
Engines for 1972
  • G: 318 cu in (5.2 L) LA V8: 230 bhp (172 kW) 1970-1974
  • H: 340 cu in (5.6 L) LA V8: 275 bhp (205 kW) 1970-1973
Transmissions for 1972
need Collaboration on the available transmissions for 1972
Length, width, height, wheelbase for 1972
  • Length 191.3 in
  • Width 76.1 in
  • Height 50.9 in
  • Wheelbase 110.0 in

1973 Dodge Challenger

1973 Challenger
Need Collaboration on a intro for the
year 1973
Sub Models for 1973
Production Numbers for 1973
  • 1973 = 27,930
    • Note: All models were V8-powered hardtops
Available Colors for 1973
  • Black-TX9,
  • Dark Silver Metallic-JA5,
  • Eggshell White-EW1,
  • Parchment-HL4,
  • Light Gold-JY3,
  • Dark Gold Metallic-JY9,
  • Gold Metallic-JY6,
  • Bronze Metallic-GK6,
  • Pale Green-JF1,
  • Dark Green Metallic-JF8,
  • Light Blue-HB1,
  • Super Blue-TB3,
  • Bright Blue Metallic-GB5,
  • Bright Red-FE5,
  • Top Banana-FY1,
  • Light Green Metallic-GF3
Engines for 1973
  • G: 318 cu in (5.2 L) LA V8: 230 bhp (172 kW) 1970-1974
  • H: 340 cu in (5.6 L) LA V8: 275 bhp (205 kW) 1970-1973
Transmissions for 1973
need Collaboration on the available transmissions for 1973
Length, width, height, wheelbase for 1973
  • Length 191.3 in
  • Width 76.1 in
  • Height 50.9 in
  • Wheelbase 110.0 in

1974 Dodge Challenger

1974 Challenger
Need Collaboration on a intro for the
year 1974
Sub Models for 1974
Production Numbers for 1974
  • 1974 = 11,354
    • Note: All models were V8-powered hardtops
Available Colors for 1974
  • Yellow Blaze-KY5,
  • Golden Fawn-KY4,
  • Parchment-HL4,
  • Bright Red-FE5,
  • Deep Sherwood Metallic (Green)-KG8,
  • Eggshell White-EW1,
  • Black-TX9,
  • Light Blue-HB1
Engines for 1974
  • G: 318 cu in (5.2 L) LA V8: 230 bhp (172 kW) 1970-1974
  • J: 360 cu in (5.9 L) LA V8: 245 bhp (183 kW) 1974
Transmissions for 1974
need Collaboration on the available transmissions for 1974

Length, width, height, wheelbase for 1974

  • Length 191.3 in
  • Width 76.1 in
  • Height 50.9 in
  • Wheelbase 110.0 in

1978 - 1983 Dodge Challenger

The Forgotten Challengers

In 1978, Chrysler partnered up with Mitsubishi to sell their small coupe sold overseas as the Sapporo through Dodge as the Challenger. Plymouth sold virtually the same car (with a silver grill instead of the Challenger's black grill, and in different body colors) through its dealers. These cars came with an unusually large (for the era) 2.6 liter 4 cylinder engine. Mitsubishi had pioneered smoothing out the larger displacement 4-cylinder engines with its balanced crank shafts. The Challenger and Plymouth from this era had brisk performance, when compared to other 4-Cylinder Sport Coupes of the same era.

Body Styles

The only version of this era Challenger was a 2-Door Sport Coupe

Platform For 1978 - 1983 Dodge Challenger

Engines 1978 - 1983 Dodge Challenger

  • 1.6 L (98 cu in)
  • 2.6 L (159 cu in)

Transmissions 1978 - 1983 Dodge Challenger

  • 5-speed Manual
  • 3-speed Automatic

Length, width, height, wheelbase 1978 - 1983 Dodge Challenger

178.1 in, 65.9 in, 53 in-53 in.3, 99.6 in

1978 - 1983 Challenger Related Models

1978 Challenger

1978 Challenger Brochure
a little collaborative help is needed for information
specific to this year of Challenger
1978 Challenger Colors
a little collaborative help is needed for colors
available specific to this year of Challenger
1978 Challenger Production Numbers
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger

1979 Challenger

1979 Challenger Brochure
a little collaborative help is needed for information
specific to this year of Challenger
1979 Challenger Colors
a little collaborative help is needed for colors
available specific to this year of Challenger
1979 Challenger Production Numbers
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger

1980 Challenger

1980 Challenger Brochure
a little collaborative help is needed for information
specific to this year of Challenger
1980 Challenger Colors
a little collaborative help is needed for colors available
specific to this year of Challenger
1980 Challenger Production Numbers
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger

1981 Challenger

a little collaborative help is needed for information
specific to this year of Challenger
1981 Challenger Colors
a little collaborative help is needed for colors available
specific to this year of Challenger
1981 Challenger Production Numbers
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger

1982 Challenger

1980 Challenger Brochure
a little collaborative help is needed for information
specific to this year of Challenger
1982 Challenger Colors
a little collaborative help is needed for colors available
specific to this year of Challenger
1982 Challenger Production Numbers
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger

1983 Challenger

a little collaborative help is needed for information
specific to this year of Challenger
1983 Challenger Colors
a little collaborative help is needed for colors available
specific to this year of Challenger
1983 Challenger Production Numbers
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger

2008 - 2011 Dodge Challenger

Compare 1970 with 2008 Challenger

Concept Car

the Challenger started as a Concept Car prior to to being
approved for production some collaborative help on the
Concept car would be helpful to this wiki

Body Styles of the 2008 - 2011 Dodge Challenger

All 2008 up versions of the Dodge Challenger are a 2-Door Coupe

Platform of the 2008 - 2011 Dodge Challenger

LC-Body

Related Models to the 2008 - 2011 Dodge Challenger

Engines of the 2008 - 2011 Dodge Challenger

  • 6.1 L (370 cu in) HEMI V8
  • 5.7 L (345 cu in) HEMI V8 (2009 & later)
  • 3.5 L (214 cu in) SOHC V6 (2009 & later)

Transmissions of the 2008 - 2011 Dodge Challenger

  • 4-speed Automatic (2009 & later V6)
  • 5-speed Automatic
  • 6-speed Manual (2009 & later)

Length, width, height, wheelbase of the 2008 - 2011 Dodge Challenger

  • Length 197.7 in
  • Width 75.7 in
  • Height 57.0 in
  • Wheelbase 116.0 in


2008 Challenger

need collaboration on the Challenger for 2008
Colors Available for the 2008 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for colors
available specific to this year of Challenger
Production Number Breakdown for the 2008 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger
SE
R/T
SRT-8
Special Packages
There have been a number of Limited Production
Models of the 2008 version of the Challenger
We are looking for a little help (collaboration) 
with listing and describing these Limited Productions


2009 Challenger

Old Hippie's Challenger RT with Custom Paint
need collaboration on the Challenger for 2009
Colors Available for the 2009 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for colors
available specific to this year of Challenger
Production Number Breakdown for the 2009 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger
SE
R/T
SRT-8
Special Packages
There have been a number of Limited Production
Models of the 2009 version of the Challenger
We are looking for a little help (collaboration) 
with listing and describing these Limited Productions


2010 Challenger

need collaboration on the Challenger for 2010
Colors Available for the 2010 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for colors
available specific to this year of Challenger
Production Number Breakdown for the 2010 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger
SE
R/T
SRT-8
Special Packages
There have been a number of Limited Production
Models of the 2010 version of the Challenger
We are looking for a little help (collaboration) 
with listing and describing these Limited Productions

2011 Challenger

need collaboration on the Challenger for 2011
Colors Available for the 2011 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for colors
available specific to this year of Challenger
Production Number Breakdown for the 2011 Challenger
a little collaborative help is needed for Production
Numbers specific to this year of Challenger
SE
R/T
SRT-8
Special Packages
There have been a number of Limited Production
Models of the 2011 version of the Challenger
We are looking for a little help (collaboration) 
with listing and describing these Limited Productions

SRT-10 Concept

Drag Pack

Doug Duell and his S/S Challenger


2009 Drag Packs
need some help here to tell of the
number produced, engines and
transmissions offered etc...
Current 2009 Roster

The below is a roster of owners of the 2009 Drag Packs. Please update any verified changes my adding an entry for that number under the previous owner, without removing the previous owner.


1. Don Garlits 6.1 A/SA
2. Larry Griffith
3. Randy Warford
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9. At Donato Engineering being prepared for owner in Sweden 6.1 Manual Black RaceJunk
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14. Jeg Couglin Jr.
15. Al Carpiniello 6.1 Auto
16. Jeff Teuton 5.9 Magnum
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19. Derek Atwill (6.1) Ottawa Ontario
20. Mel Warford Current Status
21. Mike Booker
22. Chuck Lofgren 6.1
23. At Donato Engineering being prepared for owner in Sweden
24. David Wertman 6.1 Auto A/SA
25. Tom Lee 6.1
26. Larry Curtis 6.1
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43. Mack Reeves 6.1 MoparMack
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99. Dempsey Pendarvis, Louisana
100. Doug Duell

Reference for 2009 Roster: http://www.moparstyle.com/forums/2008-up-challengers-se-rt-srt8/9364-challenger-drag-pack-roster.html

2010 Drag Pack
need some help here to tell of the number produced, engines and transmissions offered etc...
Current 2010 Roster

The below is a roster of owners of the 2010 Drag Packs. Please update any verified changes my adding an entry for that number under the previous owner, without removing the previous owner


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2011 V-10 Drag Pak
2011 Drag Pak Exterior
2011 V-10 Drag Pack Interior
2011 V-10 Drag Pack Engine
2011 V-10 Drag Pack Trunk

The race-only V-10 powered rear-wheel drive 2011 Mopar Challenger Drag Pak features an 8.4-liter 512 cubic-inch engine with a 2-speed automatic transmission. Mopar will showcased its new drag car at the Dodge Viper Owner’s Invitational in Salt Lake City.

“With the introduction of our new 2011 Mopar Challenger Drag Pak, Mopar will be the only place to get a factory-built V-10-powered race-ready drag car,” said Pietro Gorlier, President and CEO of Mopar, Chrysler Group’s service, parts and customer-care brand. “Mopar’s new Challenger Drag Pak is a race rocket that will appeal to racers, collectors, dealers, and Dodge Viper owners.”

Based on the 2011 Dodge Challenger and finished in a Stock Eliminator and Super Stock configuration, the 2011 Mopar Challenger V-10 Drag Pak is the first and only 500-plus cubic-inch V-10 drag-race package car. The car features competition wheels and tires, a Mopar solid rear axle with performance gear ratio, a 2-speed drag race transmission with integrated roll control, a complete competition fuel system with fuel cell, and a complete interior with gauge package.

The Mopar Challenger V-10 Drag Pak features a Bright White paint scheme with color options. The Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) is $85,512

Mopar offers three options with this vehicle. First, the Competition Package includes an eight-point roll cage, six-point safety harness and a mesh window net (MSRP: $7,950, part number P5155820). Second, a Mopar logo body wrap (MSRP: $950, part number P5155892) and a range of body colors (MSRP: $6,800, part number P5155893). With the Competition Package, the car is ready to go down the drag strip.

2011 Mopar Challenger V-10 Drag Pak Highlights

  • Identification plate with unique serial number sequence
  • Primed and painted body, color options available
  • 512 cid V-10 engine
  • Unique engine calibration
  • 2-speed automatic transmission with shift assembly and built-in roll control
  • Special body-in-white modified for drag racing
    • No windshield wiper assembly
    • No HVAC system (includes block off plates)
    • No rear seats
    • No power-steering system
    • No underbody heat shields
    • Complete fuel cell assembly
    • Race headers with collectors
    • Modified tunnel for transmission clearance and one-piece drive shaft
    • Raised floor above differential for solid-axle conversion clearance
  • Polycarbonate door windows
  • Smart-glass door window system
  • Solid engine mounts
  • Mopar solid rear axle
  • Lightweight seats to accommodate 6-point harness
  • Special modified K-member with drop-out crossmember
  • Lightweight drag-race only front brake assembly
  • Manual rack-and-pinion steering
  • Front chin spoiler
  • Lightweight cooling module with electric fan
  • Lightweight instrument panel assembly
  • Special cable-operated decklid release
  • Special cable-operated throttle pedal and linkage
  • Race-style wheels and tires
Current 2011 V-10 Drag Pack Roster

The below is a roster of owners of the 2011 V-10 Drag Packs. Please update any verified changes my adding an entry for that number under the previous owner, without removing the previous owner


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Featured in Movies or TV Shows

Vanishing Point

Wiki Topic References:

Magazine References:

  • Mopar Action February2011 pages 30-35 It's A Draw

External Links