Hi Don. Thanks for the comliments. As far as the hood, I went contrasting color, between the shakser and the hood. You may want to phtoshop and see how it looks to have all balck hood and shaker or black hood and blue shaker. As far as hood company, I went with Cervini's as it allowed room for a maggnacharger supercharger mod and still keep the shaker functional, which I will be doing in a few months. AFR is also good if you don't plan on a supercharger, and are going to lv your engine stock. As far as qtr panel mods, that will be expensive, but IMHO if your going to do the Cuda route for appearance, go all the way or lv it as a Challenger. I think Mr. Norms has the complete Cuda package that work together. I'm with you, I also do not like the Mr Norms hood, but it is made to allow a KB supercharger, albiet it is non functional. Hope this helps with your decisions. Tom
I really like what you have done to your CHALLENGER. I have a 2010 B5 RT CHALLENGER. I am undecided on some upgrades I want to do. I want to do a shaker, but I don't know if I want to paint the hood Matte Black or B5 Blue. I am going to Mr. Norms today to see what they can help me with. I don't like there shaker hood as it is a fake and doesn't look good at all. But I am content plating having the rear quarters reshaped to look like a CUDA?? I do like there CUDA front grill and a guy that us to work there that I had been talking to had picked up rear tail lights from a 1972 Cuda that he said he could rework for me. I am very unsure about making these changes??? Do you have any input?? Thanks Don
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