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#41 (permalink) Old 12-16-2012, 12:50 PM
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Rag top. I'd dump my SRT Jeep in a second.

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Under hood light. Why don't Challenger's or any Chrysler product come equipped with a under hood light from the factory? There's just no excuse for this omission. Sometimes you may need (or want) to look at your engine compartment and you have to remember to carry s pocket size flashlight with you in order for you to see at night, really? I'll bet mine's the least costly to implement down the road.
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1) push-button disable of MDS on the dashboard
2) glove box light

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Wouldn't hurt my feelings if they brought back vinyl interiors.
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1. Standalone LSD option and more gear options from the factory
2. Better quality interior (the plastic scratches and fades too easy). The interior layout is great. The materials aren't.
3. MDS deactivation (would go well with the ESP deactivation)
4. Stronger trunk liner. Mine has tons of holes in it just from a backpack bouncing around.
5. Spoiler and hood options
6. Painted on stripes, at least for the SRT. I understand it's cheaper to go vinyl, but vinyl gets scratched easily. Combined with the interior the car is too fragile for normal driving.

Overall it's great though. I have a harder time coming up with exterior/interior mod ideas than on any other car I've owned. Problem is, the designs are locked in at this point, so this thread is sort of worthless at this stage of the game.

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1. Standalone LSD option and more gear options from the factory
2. Better quality interior (the plastic scratches and fades too easy). The interior layout is great. The materials aren't.
3. MDS deactivation (would go well with the ESP deactivation)
4. Stronger trunk liner. Mine has tons of holes in it just from a backpack bouncing around.
5. Spoiler and hood options
6. Painted on stripes, at least for the SRT. I understand it's cheaper to go vinyl, but vinyl gets scratched easily. Combined with the interior the car is too fragile for normal driving.

Overall it's great though. I have a harder time coming up with exterior/interior mod ideas than on any other car I've owned. Problem is, the designs are locked in at this point, so this thread is sort of worthless at this stage of the game.
Well yeah but there is always hope for the next gen Challenger.



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What I got. Plus what I got with my $2,000 in MOPAR bucks.

If I had all the money in the world I'd probably think of something else that I'd want but didn't need.

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A truly bare-bones R/T as it was when it was introduced in 1970. Roll down windows, old style carpeting, nothing digital or electronic push-button...full choice of engines.


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