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 Post subject: FS: 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat
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Company: John Stewart Construction Inc.
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We purchased this beautiful car brand new. It has approx. 5000 miles since we brought it home. Black leather interior, brass monkey wheels. Advertised 707 factory stock H/P supercharged Hemi. This is one bad a$$ car. It needs used more than we use it. It sets in our climate controlled garage under a cover. We could use the space, and someone could really enjoy it. Have original window sticker and everything it came with as new. If interested holler and I can answer any questions or send required pics.

Current market is stupid as you all know, and I don’t want to hold up anyone.
We are asking 65k.
Thanks! John


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat
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Wow ! I need a bigger garage.

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat
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How does it do in the snow, and what kind of MPG does it get?

Just kidding, that thing would be so much fun. Good luck with the sale.


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat
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How does it do in the snow, and what kind of MPG does it get?

Just kidding, that thing would be so much fun. Good luck with the sale.


In all seriousness... It has never been out in the rain let alone the snow.LOL,, I remember having to pay like 1500.00 as a gas guzzler fee or some bs when we bought it. In fact I recall it being listed on the window sticker.. Then I was really Pi&&ed when we took it on a weekend getaway once. Drove it normally. On I-70 cruise set at like 75. It got 27MPG. NONE of our other vehicles do that!!!!


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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat
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Drove it normally. On I-70 cruise set at like 75. It got 27MPG. NONE of our other vehicles do that!!!!


Haha that is probably because it was barely ticking above idle at 75 :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: FS: 2015 Dodge Challenger Hellcat
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I have driven Johns Hellcat on several occasions. His statement about it being one bad A$$ car is an understatement. It is a rolling marvel of engineering.
The kind of horsepower that these things make would be unmanageable without the engineering that goes into these cars, ie: traction control.
Without the T/C, this car would just boil the rear tires.
With T/C, it launches forward, like it is on a sticky racetrack.
It is amazing how effortlessly And comfortably these things will run down the highway at 150MPH. (I’m not admitting guilt, am I?)
With the huge brakes and tuned suspension, they are a comfortable ride at any speed. Driving this car would never get old.
I am well into my 50’s now, and most of my pi$$ and vinegar has left me......but I could still find plenty of trouble to get in to with a Hellcat like this.


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FWIW... This is still in my garage under the covers.. Would make someone a great Christmas gift!!


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FWIW... This is still in my garage under the covers.. Would make someone a great Christmas gift!!


Automatic or manual?

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May be hard to test drive now as we had 24+ inches of snow. (5” predicted)….. you would be welcome to come look though.


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