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People Walking Away From Custom Hellcat Orders

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Interesting Video 🤔 good points made

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Some people will be turned away, not walk away on their own. They were planning on cheap financing forever. Finance companies aren’t so eager to finance these big purchases now. Buyers on the edge are going to have to come up with some cash to put down now. Their payments are going to be much higher. All of a sudden they’re out of the market.
 

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The impossible to get ADM 392 wrangler is now 7% below invoice if anybody wants one. Things that could never happen are starting to happen. Also got a call from my RV dealer who told me seven months ago there was a two-year wait and retail plus pricing. Now has plenty in stock and can also order with big discounts.
Imagine that
 

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400 has 9.980” deck height (B block)

RB blocks had over 10.7”

Therefore a 400 used the low deck block


Using your logic a challenger is a challenger. Unless it’s got funny flares hanging off of it, then it’s a wide body challenger. And there would be no such thing as a narrow body challenger lol
We didn’t call it a narrow body until we had a widebody. There can’t be a big block unless there’s a small block. If there’s no tall deck block you cant have a low deck block there’s only one deck height! That’s it. A 400 is a 400 period.
 

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There must be a lot of poor people here because they keep saying people with money don’t care about interest rates. That’s not true!. Everybody cares about interest rates. Actually affects wealthy people just as much if not more. The more money and debt we have the more interest rates affect it. Duh
Oh wait, you think rich people don’t have any debt. Lol. Yes, just like rich countries and corporations have no debt 😂🤣😂🤣
 

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The salesman at the place I buy motorcycles from he’s been there over 10 years they sell everything power sports related. Got laid off this month. No business. He said it absolutely died. People that had deposits on units that were coming in just walked away. In California, the side-by-side and desert market this is the prime time of the season.
 

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What if? Dodge decides to continue the Challenger Like the TRX and the Hellcat Durango. Some comments were made at Barrett Jackson about Dodge not killing the hemi and another challenger in the works. I have no idea, but interesting to think about
 

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Wont happen. At least with the current HC engine. Emissions regs are tighter for passenger cars than suv's and pickups. It's the only reason the TRX will live on a little longer.
Not disagreeing, but Mustang is going full speed ahead with the V8 and talking about putting a new big block 6.8 all aluminum V8 In. The Camaro continues on in 2024 with the supercharged V8 engine and general motors is developing a brand new small block V8 gas engine. Some speculate that the EV cars will allow an offset for the V8.
Why can’t Dodge pull something off?
 

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So is the HEMI engine plant in Mexico still in production? It was my understanding the plant had switched to new powerplants.
Hemi V8 production is going strong. All Ram trucks are using the hemi V8 with no plans of stopping. We have the 392 wrangler , Durango, TRX, all using hemi power for the foreseeable future. There’s always a rumor that the hemi production has ended, but they just keep coming. What about the crate engine programs? Where are all those hemi’s gonna come from. The hemi will be in production forever on some level.
If somebody has a link where all the hemi production has ended and there’s a warehouse somewhere full for all of dodges future needs please share.
 
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