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Exterior Discussion / Modifications Want 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.

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Not for the faint of heart

I realize there are people who really like custom bodies but my first reaction to this was "that looks like a Mustang". Why, oh why, do that to a Challenger.

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I like the fact that it's something new at least...
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i also like it, a lot

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Not bad! I think that is cool
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I like it as well, but the profile did look like a Mustang.
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Its nice, but where is that retro look? It looks like every other sport car.... If I would like to buy porsche or ferrari or lamborginy this is how it should look...
BUT I LOVE CHALLENGER !
Thats a car for man... Not for girls...
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Nope. It doesn't work for me.
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Oh my a Mopar that looks like a Ford !
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It would have looked better if:

> they had left the side character lines intact (no door scallops)
> use the '71 style R/T quarter scoop design
> use the Drag Pak lower inlet style

That would keep the overall look more true to a Challenger
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Gym floor in the trunk lolz.

I bet all that stuff would fly off the sides over 120mph. Hope they considered that when they SC it.
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