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Just traded my 2010 hemi orange Challenger R/T M6. I found this 2015 HC-A8 with only 2200 miles in perfect condition. I have had it about 2 weeks now. I have the legmaker intake, Per4mance diff brace, and a catch can from ABD all on order. I have been reading reviews and posts. I just love this car! Thanks for the add. Aaron.
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Congrats on your basically new '15 Hellcat and welcome to the forum.

Notice any difference in power yet from the R/T? ;)



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What an ugly color.




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Nice... it's the twin sister to my 2015 A8. Just a few heads up bits of advice. Given your's is so low mileage its obvious the previous owner didn't get it out much. (Good for you) but did he get the recalls done. One problem with the early cars was the radio... the 2015 HK had to be reflashed as the sound was terrible... lots of threads on it back in the day. The fuel rails & injectors were also recalled I think as there was a risk of fuel leakage at the fuel line connection. FCA also recalled the Cats on the cars... I think because they lose efficiency. Also just a FYI - If you put DR's on just know the 2015 HC were notorious for weak drive shafts. I suggest you up grade to Aluminum or CF if your going to do anything with a good tire on the rear. The one thing the P zero are good for is awesome smoke shows! If you let it sit for any length of time get a battery tender on it as it has a parasitic draw and it will go dead. Now I love mine... # 311 off the assembly line so its an early build but overall it has been a great car... I certainly have a lot of fun in it... the power never gets old! Congrats and enjoy!
 

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Just traded my 2010 hemi orange Challenger R/T M6. I found this 2015 HC-A8 with only 2200 miles in perfect condition. I have had it about 2 weeks now. I have the legmaker intake, Per4mance diff brace, and a catch can from ABD all on order. I have been reading reviews and posts. I just love this car! Thanks for the add. Aaron. View attachment 578071 View attachment 578066 View attachment 578068
Congrats on your cream puff! I happen to love retina blazing colors for Mopars. Flashy indeed. Too bad it's been discontinued. I still don't understand people who own a HC for 6 years and only put 2200 miles on it. Great news for the new buyer, but to basically sit on it for all those years so you can get a couple extra thou when you sell it makes no sense to me. Maybe they like to brag about the low miles. Hopefully the seller had other beasts in their garage. They should be enjoyed and the memory of driving it yesterday carries over to today. Folks who buy one of these machines and then garage it forever are really missing out. To each there own, but when I die it's going to have some tuff miles on it, and my kids can kiss my Hemi!
 

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Nice Sublime M6. If I were me, I wouldn't modify it. At all. At auction, I've been seeing these sell for above their original MSRP if bone stock and unmolested. PCP and Sublime M6s are appreciating right now. Again, if it were mine, I'd try and flip it to Europe or the Middle East right now for 110-130k and buy a new one :)

Depends on the options though. For top dollar on export cars, they need to also be loaded.
 

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Congrats on your cream puff! I happen to love retina blazing colors for Mopars. Flashy indeed. Too bad it's been discontinued. I still don't understand people who own a HC for 6 years and only put 2200 miles on it. Great news for the new buyer, but to basically sit on it for all those years so you can get a couple extra thou when you sell it makes no sense to me. Maybe they like to brag about the low miles. Hopefully the seller had other beasts in their garage. They should be enjoyed and the memory of driving it yesterday carries over to today. Folks who buy one of these machines and then garage it forever are really missing out. To each there own, but when I die it's going to have some tuff miles on it, and my kids can kiss my Hemi!
Yeah I get why people do it. And I'm glad this guy did. Now I got some miles to make up for. So I will be driving it as much as I can.
 

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Yeah I get why people do it. And I'm glad this guy did. Now I got some miles to make up for. So I will be driving it as much as I can.
Love to hear that. Don't go selling your dream car for a few bucks. You'll regret it. It'll be worth what it's worth when you sell it. Now, go rack up some miles having the time of your life.
 

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I'm all for enjoying the car, but a 2015 Sublime M6 is kind of like having what will most likely be tomorrow's 1970 Boss 429 Mustang. They're very rare, and ludicrously desirable. I brokered one about 6 months ago with 3,300mi on it that went for 105k at auction (MSRP was 77,280). In 20 years, if there's a non-Demon Hellcat that will sell for 200k or more, it'll be a PCP or a Sublime M6 in mint condition.
 

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I'm all for enjoying the car, but a 2015 Sublime M6 is kind of like having what will most likely be tomorrow's 1970 Boss 429 Mustang. They're very rare, and ludicrously desirable. I brokered one about 6 months ago with 3,300mi on it that went for 105k at auction (MSRP was 77,280). In 20 years, if there's a non-Demon Hellcat that will sell for 200k or more, it'll be a PCP or a Sublime M6 in mint condition.
I'll sell it to you for 90,000 if you want. I would be ok finding a nice orange one anyways. Then you could take it over seas and make a nice profit.
 
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