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Between the cost of the Dodge Challenger SRT Demon itself and the cost to insure it, I doubt these cars will end up in the hands of many dangerous or inexperienced drivers.
Dodge is no way wrong to offer a purpose-built drag car, because General Motors and Ford build purpose-built track cars.
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To suggest that a company should limit its choices to the public is simply wrong. It is up to consumers to decide if they want to buy a Demon.
Our editorial board wants the 840-hp Dodge Demon banned from roadways. Readers strongly disagree.
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