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I'm no particular fan for flat black (or flat anything), but the perk about flat is that it is very effective to show off the native contours and bends in the sheetmetal. When you have a car with such distinctive contours as a Challenger, it's not such a bad approach. While the traditional glossy coat certainly gives maximum visual "WOW" effect, all of those reflections make it difficult to really "see" the real form of the car, as opposed to dazzled by the shine.
09 Challenger R/T automatic...4 tires, stick-on convex mirror, seats
I may not use the full 370 hp that often, but bolting out of the gate with a ready 170 hp and the roar of a v8 definitely puts a smile on my face day after day, mile after mile. It's not such a big number, rather how soon that number emerges.
v8 is #winning
v8 is America