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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 08-08-2013, 06:53 PM
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Remote Front License Plate Mount

We all know the front of these cars are stunning, except for that damn license plate. Here in California we are required to have it. I just pulled the trigger on the remote mount that hides it under the car, you push a button (remote) and it slides forward and flips up, sits flush with the bumper. Does anyone have one? If so how well does it work, I'm hoping it's not a cheap piece of crap. I don't think we can name products or vendors outside of this forum but a quick google/youtube search will bring it up.
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I have one , it was broke right out of the box , and I just went out to take a pic for you and it's broke again, so I guess I need to remove it and fix it again, cause I LOVE IT , I really do, I mounted it off center, Remote Front License Plate Mount-imageuploadedbyag-free1376013540.818883.jpg


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Here's a pic with it up Remote Front License Plate Mount-imageuploadedbyag-free1376014453.459904.jpg


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If the motorized one fails, the manual show n go one works great.

So far mine's taken a beating since I'm pretty low, and it only cost $30
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I've had mine 2yrs. Mounted it in lower grill. Like it enough, I also installed in my Charger.

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I've had mine 2yrs. Mounted it in lower grill. Like it enough, I also installed in my Charger.

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That is the way to do it ! That blue is insane !


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Nice, thanks guys, now I cant wait. Its good to know I'm not alone here in Ca. Wish we didn't have to comply with CARB.
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That's nice, been looking into options.
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I've had mine 2yrs. Mounted it in lower grill. Like it enough, I also installed in my Charger.

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How hard was it to mount it there, did you have to take the fascia apart at all? Did you cut out some of the mesh?

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That is sooooo cool, fun and James Bond I may have to put one in even though I have never run a front plate...
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