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Vinyl interiors were just the cover service material. Although it was very easy to clean it was also very hot to sit on if you had bare skin exposed on a hot day. Vinyl roofs, must be a subjective choice because I never found them appealing in any way but to each his own I guess. To me VR's just did a much better job of hiding the ever growing rust spots that lay underneath them. By the time most of the said rust spots had eaten their way through to to the surface where you could plainly see them it was too late to do anything about them. Besides none of the high line sports luxury cat manufacturers even make them for these and other obvious reasons.
As for roll up windows, my last car to have those was my 87 Grand National (I special ordered it that way). Truthfully the power window motors present in the GM G Body made the already heavy 2 door cars even heavier to open. That said with the possible exception of the work trim level of pick up trucks they don't exist any more. You can't order them no matter how much you beg & plead them to so my advice is to y'all just get over it and move on down the road. Its an unwinible battle.
As for me, I like all the new technology, I'm trying my very best to embrace it and to adapt to it as best as I can. And while I haven't mastered everything I'm making slight improvement every other day or so. Y'all should try it, helps keep your brain functioning by learning something new each day you'll be better for it.
Merry Christmas to all Challenger fans out there!
PS - What's up with the cheap metal complaints? Do y'all know something that I don't?
Last edited by Doozle; 12-25-2012 at 12:35 PM.