Exterior Discussion / ModificationsWant to change the look and appearance of your Dodge Challenger? This section is for the discussion of any exterior visual modifications. Examples include wheels, custom paint, grills, etc.
Thanks for the fast reply. I just dont like the way the Mr Norms has the reverse lights in the center, or how it sits out to far as it only covers the original lights. I have seen a few renderings, one has a script above it that reads "the challengers angry cousin".
Wow this looks really good. Would like to know more about this as well!
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I know Cervini's doesn't "currently" make or offer a 'Cuda taillight panel but they recently made and offer a correctly styled 1967-70 Shelby styled taillight assembly with additional plug and play wiring for 2005-2009 Shelbys & Mustangs w/LED lighting.
Maybe if they get enough inquiries they would think of making a retro fit panel that would delete the Challengers factory 1970 lights like they did for the Mustang.
Here's a photo of the Mustang's Cervini Shelby-styled LED Taillight Panel. . .
1967-68 Shelby Taillights
1969-70 Shelby Taillights
2005-09 CERVINI Shelby/Mustang Taillights
Cervini makes quality Shaker & T/A styled hoods, 1970 styled "T" Wing rear decklid spoiler etc... for our Challengers and is a vendor on ChallengerTalk.
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