I came across this photo of a 2017 Challenger, in Fort Lauderdale, FL, that was converted to a drop-top for $18,000. Super cool. How many of you would buy this if it was offered by Dodge?
You know, I never EVER saw one with the top up. So, cancel my order. Jury is out. I am going off how they looked in the day, with the top up. Not the best. But it would be a top down type car.I remember when this sort of abomination used to be done to Camaros and Trans Ams back in the 1980s. They looked horrid with the top up. I believe the same outfit is still doing this because the modern Challengers have that same horribly unnatural squared off look when the top is up.
Lol, it totally reminded me of the buick regal.Right you are. That rear angle is too much to hack. Perhaps IF Dodge did it........ OR leave the top DOWN. I think that is the answer. Well I'm not quite blind. I think that top up reminds me of a Cutlass back in the 70s or something.
Actually saw a lime green 2015+ Challenger with drop top at a vendor booth at Barrett-Jackson in Scottsdale a few weeks ago. Oddly I only got a pic of the interior, as I was more interested in seeing Katzkin in person (cause I was getting it in a few weeks) than I was the drop top, ha ha. Interior had lime green leather bits on it, but I just wanted to see the quality myself first hand, ha ha.
Isn't the ongoing rumor that when the Challenger is redesigned next that they are also going to introduce a "Cuda" model? A smaller coupe to compete more directly with the Camaro and Mustang, but also to be offered in a convertible as well? Thought I read that some where.