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Wzup my peeps. I’m new to the Challenger game coming from Cadillac and wow what a difference. This 2011 Challenger is awesome, even though it’s the SE. I took it from dead to life (only paid 2K for it) but need help with some information. I’m looking for fender flares for it. I wanna keep it old school with a lil new look. It has 275/50/20 on back and 245/40/20 on front. Second picture is the reason I wanting the flares. The cost to fix the wheel well is almost a grand where I’m at in Missouri any info or help is appreciated. Thanks

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I would get a new fender first. Over time that will rust away and cause more problems under the flares plus it will look much cleaner! find a junk yard you can probly find one color matched ready to go super cheap
 

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I would get a new fender first. Over time that will rust away and cause more problems under the flares plus it will look much cleaner! find a junk yard you can probly find one color matched ready to go super cheap
It’s on the back wheel well. I understand what u mean. Think I’ll just pay the grand to fix it correctly. Appreciate the input
 

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Not a bad looking car, Personally I like the flare idea, but be sure to rust repair before, If it was my car, I would try to do the bodywork myself, and spend the rest in a v8 swap :cool:
 

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Not a bad looking car, Personally I like the flare idea, but be sure to rust repair before, If it was my car, I would try to do the bodywork myself, and spend the rest in a v8 swap :cool:
My mechanic said the same thing. Great minds think alike. Thanks brother.
 

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  1. I am not saying the wide body doesn't look bad ass. It's just not old school.
    I’m just doing a mix of old and new if u see the car u can get an idea on what I’m on. Old school offset tires and mean look with the new school paint, lights, flares and rear window louvres scoops.
 
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