+1 had an 06 Mustang that was yellow and sat outside for 3 years. Looked like it was brand new from 5 feet. Up close you could see the clear needed to be buffed. I'm sure a black metallic wouldn't have fared so well with that same clear coat on it.when your car gets scratched or scuffed what color is the scratch/scuff? white!
so white will show less damage(unless the damage rusts)
i had a yellow truck and it never looked dirty....it was just brighter when it was clean....it also showed less swirls than dark colored cars ive owned....
i find metallics look dull when a car is 1-2 years old and full of those fine scratches...they never look as good as ther day you bought it...maybe the scratches block the sun from hitting the metal flake?
i prefer flat colors....even though there are very few flat colors these days
i agree...the Challenger is a midlife crisis car.....i know its mineBillet or plain white, with no stickers. Stickers(stripes, decals) IMHO look juvenile. To each their own though. Whatever floats your boat.