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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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Old 01-16-2013, 05:19 PM
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This is the only Challenger wide body that is ok. It is muscular and not that P-diddy / ferrari/ air vents-to-nowhere garbage.
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I totally agree with you and was wondering if I was the only one. It looks like a Camaro (or Maro as some of them like to say) to me.

Not my thing but only because one of the reasons I got the Challenger was for the retro look. Not trying to be a fanboy but this mod makes it look too modern. There are other cars Dodge or not that I could go with if I wanted a different looking car.
Glad i'm not the only one on this! Far as i'm concerned my Challengers fat enough in the ass already...... I look at it like haven a girlfriend... It's ok if her butt's a little wide but I don't think I've ever heard any guy say "I wish my girls ass was wider!" .... The ass looks good leave it alone!
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Glad i'm not the only one on this! Far as i'm concerned my Challengers fat enough in the ass already...... I look at it like haven a girlfriend... It's ok if her butt's a little wide but I don't think I've ever heard any guy say "I wish my girls ass was wider!" .... The ass looks good leave it alone!
My thoughts exactly. I am also wondering why people haven't deleted the back seat and mini-tubbed the fenders instead of doing some ghetto body chop. Ridiculous. The only people I have ever seen drive those cars are ghetto and look like they sell drugs. I hate ghetto people so bad. A rap video is not a life style. Get that right.
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I actually think it looks pretty damn sweet. Something different considering there arent that many Challengers on the road that you see like that...and let's be honest, if it pulled up next to you at a red light...if would definitely catch your attention, rather than another plain jane exterior Challenger. I mean the thread is "Not for the faint of heart".
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