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Not as much as I'd hoped at this point, but here's what I've got so far:


T/A Hood with "392 Hemi" badges:




Plain Bee on the front fenders:




Plain Bee replacing the DODGE lettering on the back:




Scat Pack sticker on the rear passenger window (my wife thinks it's too big and tacky...I think it give it just the right amount of 1970's Stank...and it's funny because she's the one that bought it for me)




Green Piping on the dash and console (I still need to do the door...and please ignore the dirty floor mats...I was doing some construction work this week. They're clean now)




Still want to do:

Torque Thrust wheels
Green piping on doors
Under hood billet accents
Kicking around the idea of a T/A Side Stripe
Custom Puddle Lights on the doors
Scat Pack embroidered headrests


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And for the V6 Crowd!


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And....most Challengers need the seat stitching dyed.....as well as embroidered head rest covers
There is a whole thread on this.


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EXTERIOR

Custom tinted taillights with ghosted RT logos
Gold trimmed Blacktop stripes
Gold RT on the grille
Gold Challenger script and red RT badge on spoiler
LED switchbacks in the front turn signals
Relocated front tag bracket to lower grille
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I have the same door panel as you do and for the life of me, I can't get the welt piping to slide down the crack on the bottom of the door panel...rest of the panel is easy, bottom is a no go for me...is there some kind of secret? lol Any input is appreciated...
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Piping on door panels
I have the same door panel as you do and for the life of me, I can't get the welt piping to slide down the crack on the bottom of the door panel...rest of the panel is easy, bottom is a no go for me...is there some kind of secret? lol Any input is appreciated...
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I have the same door panel as you do and for the life of me, I can't get the welt piping to slide down the crack on the bottom of the door panel...rest of the panel is easy, bottom is a no go for me...is there some kind of secret? lol Any input is appreciated...
Yea it’s a pita ,,you need another person and very small screwdrivers , lot of patience.. I redid the panel, took of bottom half part on the door would not stay , also did my dash , arm rest
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2015 sublime RT plus / STP, sun roof, Corsa sport
Mopar CAI, Scat Stage1 Mopar PCM,Mopar Front tower strut with billet caps
Billet Technology Catch Can and ID plate ,,Window tint with windshield strip , Mopar trunk mat, dead pedal. Asanti chrome wheels with BF Comp-2 A/S
Mr Kustom Green Challenger puddle lights.Green Diode Dynamics engine bay lights .
Old school pin striping by Dagger Lynn. Headrest embroidered by A~Z Design ,Pedal Commander
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I have yet to see what I think is one of the best exterior appearance enhancers carried over from 1971. Quarter scoops.
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Here are 2 mods I did the coolant tank , my wife hate the OEM.lol
So had one painted Body color , also battery + terminal cover
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