An interesting, unique topic.
I am thriller by the return of each of the cars you've noted to the current market; the Ford Mustang, Chevy Camaro, and the Dodge Challenger. (If the Camaro is too large for your garage, so are the others.)
I purchased a 2010 Dodge Challenger SE at the end of that model year. But it was in spite of the fact that it is a muscle car. I've always liked 2 door coupe's because I'm single; a 4 door car is for families in my opinion and experience. My 1998 Chrysler Sebring was on it's last leg, but I could not find a 2 door "Personal Luxury" car, the type of car I've always desired. I had rented a Chrysler 200, the successor to the Sebring, but found it's too boxy and its ride was rough. Models are fewer in number these days and I've heard that 2dr. cars are discouraged by insurance companies because they are more prone to damage compared with the 4 door. I even prepared myself to violate my life-long opposition to foreign cars because I felt the Toyota Solara was sharp, but found out the model had been discontinued.
I wasn't even aware that Chrysler was producing the Challenger, but saw one in the parking lot of the restaurant where I eat regularly. At first, I thought it was a reconditioned '70's car, but on closer examination, I could see it must be a new car. I checked out the Dodge website and saw it had been produced for two model years or so. I went to the only Dodge dealer in the county at the time, soon after the Ford and Chrysler bankruptcies, and fell in love with the one I currently own, in black clear coat with dark and light gray interior. I told the salesman who was a little younger than me how much I liked this style of car, but that I wasn't a muscle guy in the '70's, let alone now. He told me he had sold 7 Challengers, all to men over age 50.
Dodge Challenger's classic looks are what I like in a car, and certainly distinguish it from most cars on the road today. The V-6 3.5 liter engine is more than I need and the car was designed while Chrysler was owned by Daimler, so the suspension is akin to a Mercedes-Benz. Its ride is fabulous. I had been given a Charger for a loaner for awhile and there is no comparison. It is larger than any car I've ever owned, and is too large for my taste--I'm still uncomfortable parking it, but that is its only draw back. I would have preferred if they would have produced it in the classic "mid-size" of the '70's.
My Dodge Challenger will be 4 years old in October and I've never been more thrilled with any car I've owned, and I have liked all of the cars I've owned, (a '73 Ford Pinto, '75 Mercury Bobcat, '79 Ford Mustang, '87 Chrysler LeBaron, and a '98 Chrysler Sebring Lxi).