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Your car's interior color is just absolutelly beautiful !!! Wow - black exterior, red stripes, and that red interior . . . she is just a beauty. Thank you for sharing your pics.
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Does anyone know how Dodge came up with the hood to over the fender stripe like on my car. I've tried to search older Challengers and haven't been able to find any. I really like it I'm just curious because all the early cars I've seen have the center hood stripe, side stripe or the wrap around the trunk stripe. I really love them all again i'm just researching my new car, Thanks John
Thanks Elie ! You're a heck of a long way away aren't you. I've had a real warm response from everyone hear and then your'e note was kinda special, not that the others aren't but again you're a long way out there. Except for Canada I've never been out of the United States so I can only wonder what you're country is like. From the pictures I have seen it's very beautiful. Take care and thanks again for the welcome to the forum.
Loving that red upholstery in the black car, looks good.
I cant help on the stripes, my first guess was a modern take on the Rapid Transit stripes from the early 70’s but I’m not too confident about that one, stretching it a bit maybe.
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