I do as well! I wasn't up to date on challenger info like most of you in here and when I went to the dealer I wanted them to look for a toxic orange for me but they couldn't find one that was still new for me with all the things I wanted. I had been online to look at colors and from their selection the bbp was my next choice. They gave me the brochure to start picking what I wanted and low and behold the bsp was in it. I saw it and I loved it. Blue is my favorite color. At sunset the colors start looking amazing. Purple, teal, various shades of blue. I couldn't picture getting rid of it for many, many years.
Black stripes on Redline 3 coat Pearl. Awesome on a sunny day.
2012 R/T Classic Automatic, every option but the kitchen sink (big black rectangle on roof), MOPAR hood pins, MOPAR cold air intake, Flowmaster Force II cat back, Mopar sequential turn signals, Drake fuel filler door.
Red and black is always a killer color combo as well. Where I live there aren't any of the red ones ( small town and only half a dozen challengers anyway). But I have seen them on the highway and that red is pretty sharp looking.
I wish Chrysler offered a med-dark charcoal colored Classic stripe. I think a number of different colored cars could benefit from that additional color choice. If dark enough, I would have chosen it instead of my black stripe on black car. Just a littel more contrat with a similar effect IMHO.
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