I PERSONALLY dont like the wheels, id make it lower. The sceme is alright, but id change the colours to black on bottom and PCP on top with a single (Red Line) styled stripe in black going down the middle.
So my only major problem with it is colour choice, but to each their own.
Fredericton, New Brunswick "The North Side"
2010 R/T Classic, 6 Speed, No Sunroof.. Black on Black!
DiabloSport InTune, BC Racing Coil Overs, Resonator Delete, Speedlogix 180 T Stat, Speedlogix Skip Shift Eliminator, Red Over Head LEDs, CarID Headlight & Foglight Covers, Plasti Dip Grille Surround.
Not the best color combo I've ever seen but it's not atrocious; but also makes it definitely not "just another white Challenger". To me the only problem is the wheels (like most said) they are too small.
don't see anything major wrong with the choices made. Personally i don't care for white, but the green looks good and the two tone along the body line doesn't bother me. If it made the owner happy thats all that matters.
We can be like lemmings on forums and there's a lot of conformism and tupperware party effect going on when it comes to mods. This guy made his car look like its from another country and era, but it reminds me of two-tone schemes and soft metallic colors they used a few decades back (like late '70s early '80s) and it's not offensive to me. I even dig more sidewall than stock. Could be an age thing and I got a feeling that he's no spring chicken.
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