Right now there is an undeniable muscle-car race going on full force with no end in sight. It is sometimes important to remember that it wasn’t always this way. From 2000-2005 there were no real muscle cars on the market. Yes you had some tail-end relics of glory day gone past, but nothing really exciting and new. All that changed when Ford re-launched their iconic Mustang and unleashed a new muscle car on the world. The first real competitor to re-enter the game after Ford was Dodge with their 2008 SRT-8 Challenger. This was a brand new Challenger, and the first one in over 20 years. It truly was an an instant icon, simultaneously hearkening back to old models and being all new. One of these Challenger SRT-8′s are being auctioned off with a starting bid of just $100, which I can assure you will not stay that low for long. This specific example has 84,338 miles on it and only needs minimal external repairs, specifically; scratched rims which can easily be replaced and a cracked windshield. This muscle car has a 425 HP V-8 engine which propels this almost 2 ton beast to 60 MPH in just 4.7 seconds! If you want to know the gas mileage for a vehicle like this, you may not want to bid on it. As a muscle car, rationality isn’t a main reason people like it; smoking rear tires is. This auction begins February 3rd at 11:00 AM (ET) and ends February 10th at 11:18 AM (ET). To place your bid and to find other great auctions click here to go to www.governmentauctions.org and subscribe for your FREE 3 day trial.