Hey Fawls!Hi, kiwi here but was wondering if you had to convert to right hand drive to register?
And congrats on your new ride, pictures are always popular. :wink3:
The rear reflectors are actually indicators as it is illegal to have red indicators in Aus. Rather than reverse engineering the tail lights they just place it in bar.
Dashboard, centre console and driver's/passenger seat are all 3D scanned and every thing is re built. Only major OEM RHD part would be the steering rack as that is from a Chrysler 300 SRT. Company we used are the only ones that copy the centre console to look exactly like the original just flipped.
Also Flaws in terms of cabin space. Still plenty of room on the driver's side. I just rest my foot under the clutch. But then again I do also have a Suzuki Cappuccino so I'm use to tight cabin spaces.
Foot brake you do get use to doing a little dance to put it on. Climate control are still very much like the original car. But stuff you really get use too.
The conversion is not cheap however it is the only Scat Pack Shaker that we know of in our state or the country. Please the wife's dream car is a Challenger so it was all worth it.
People are more inclined to bring in a Hellcat. Which there are about 12 of. But this thing get so many looks.
At the moment we are just using our phones.Have you done anything about getting the Map & Radio converted for local use or was that part of the deal?
If not check out Customtronix's, I have local maps & Radio (NZ) working in my car with just a couple downloads that I put on to USB sticks that I uploaded to the car, well worth the effort. Cost around 450 Euro.