General Challenger DiscussionThis section contains general discussion about the Dodge Challenger. If it does not fit into a more specific area, it probably belongs in here. (Dodge Challenger General Discussion)
For those of you that got to see the live video feed of them installing the film on the car, here are some pictures of us taking Bertha out in the gravel and having some fun. Ever since I had this done, I've been getting CONSTANT compliments on the car/color. Seriously, almost everday now someone is coming up to me asking about it. Let me know what you guys think.
Dude, it looks awesome, there is a company out here that offers to do the same (everyone knows how much i hate detailing) i'm just unsure about the longevity of a wrap, hows it holding up with washing and daily driving etc??
__________________ 2009 TorRed R/T 6 Speed "The Zohan"
Mods -Skip Shift Eliminator,Predator Perf 93 Cai Tune,SRT8 Bilsteins with Eibach Springs,BT Catch Can,MOPAR CAI, 180 T-STAT,Flat Black Mopar Hood Badge,SRT8 Hood Scoops,BT UnderHood Kit,TorRed Calipers,BT Start/Stop Button,TorRed engine cover with BT insert,Black Drake fuel door with BT Fuel cap insert,Black Cragar 20x9 S/S 610B's,Mopar steering wheel emblem,Mopar performance shifter,345 Hemi hood emblems,Mopar 10 hood pins and GTS Headlight covers.
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.
It's not that I really needed 370 hp...but having 150+ hp riding shotgun at a moment's bidding w/o a 6000 rpm moonshot is what makes me feel like I'm in the right car for me. The roar of a v8 seals the deal!
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At first I thought NO!
Then I thought "wait a minute". Looks kinda tough. Average Joe, blue collar sort of tough
Another member mentioned how it really accentuated the body lines and sure enough it really it does.
Reminds me of a teenagers muscle car that rolled out of the high school auto shop...so it's nostalgic looking in a good way.
2009 TorRed S/E
9-11-01 nose badge | 3.5L hood badges | CAI | Hood pins | MOPAR hood struts/pedal kit/fuel door | blacked out side mirrors | Under dash ambient light | Jones Full Boar exhaust | Cuda' style MOPAR hockey stick striping | Script grill badge
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