OK, I'll concede the point since you obviously have more details than I do. Since you were the one that stated back in post #7 that the tooling has been paid for (and that, to me, the Charger and Challenger exteriors i.e., tooling have not changed in any noticeable major way), I assumed that the tooling had about reached it's useful life. If the cars did have some new tooling requirements, then it can't really be paid off yet. Actually, I hope that you are right, in which case Charger/Challenger will be one of the few American "cars" still being built which might add to their reputation and market attractiveness. In that position, they will mainly be competing with Asian/German competitors and will have to step up their quality reputations to those levels.