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General Information

Year
2010
Make
Dodge Challenger
Model
R/T Classic
Color
brilliant black pearlcoat
Packages
STP, sunroof, 6 speed, NO EVIC
History
I bought this car brand new in February of 2011. It has been, by far, the best vehicle I've ever owned. I drive this every day, every season, including snowy winters. My family enjoys the space, and I of course, enjoy the styling and performance. I plan on keeping this car until it dies or rusts out.

I was never happy with the performance stock. At the same time, I wanted to keep it reliable as a daily driver. All the mods I've added makes it sound, feel and drive more like a muscle car. It's got plenty of power and torque especially with the custom tune with my mods so I have no need to upgrade anything further. The suspension work practically eliminated all my wheel hop. It was costly but the car feels very confident especially when launching and speed shifting. No more hop and smooth and responsive power delivery. I would say handling is excellent for a car of this size.

The car has 34k miles on the clock with no major repairs or issues.
2010 Dodge Challenger R/T Classic (brilliant black pearlcoat)

Modifications

Drivetrain
Mopar strut tower brace
Zoomers catback exhaust
AFE Stage II cold air intake
Fastman ported throttle body
Diablo CMR custom tune
Jet 180* t-stat
SLP skip-shift eliminator
Billet Technology catch can
Mopar hood struts
Interior
UPR polished billet door lock pins
Barton short throw shifter
Beltronics Pro 300 radar detector
Exterior
BT nose badge
"5.7lL" badges next to HEMI emblem on the hood
"Challenger RT" black license plate holder
SRT8 6.1 front chin spoiler
20% tint all around
tribal cross on the rear window
UPR polished valve stem covers
WebElectric sequential taillights
Radius Lighting LED reverse lights, tag light, map lights, and trunk light
Audio
430 RBZ (installed in '14)
Boston Acoustic 7 speaker sound system with 276 watt amp
Wheel and Tire
20" Forged aluminum Heritage wheels with staggered Nitto Motivos (245/45 20" front, 275/40 20" rear)
Gorilla wheel locks

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