Damn, I remember doing that the first week I got my new wheels. They're replicas but it still hurt.I did a goof today. Got too close to the curb when parking.
Pretty ticked off at myself
I had the same idea then decided to take it out for a drive that turned into a 100-mile cruise. I'm running out of daylight but she is still pretty clean. I had time for a quick wipe off with detail spray and back in the garage. Gotta love an almost 70-degree day in New Jersey in mid-January.Hand-washed it. Who would have thunk that it would be 65F in PA on Janruary 12th?!?! Not me - BUT I"LL TAKE IT!
The best part is that it allowed me to wash the salt residue off from when it snowed the other day!!
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Amazon has challenger kits from a few sellers for about $15.where did U get the LED's from Z ??? Looks killer.
Call your local mobile dent guy. If there is no paint damage they will pop it out cheap and you’ll never even know it was there. I have used our local guy a dozen times.Got my first dent! 😢 I was getting something out of my wife’s car in the garage. She has those extra wide opening rear doors because she has 3rd row seats in her SUV. Well I grab something off the floor and bumped the door and before I could grab it, it struck my Challenger. I was crushed! The dent isn’t too bad but still I know it’s there. 😕
Yeah, Pittsburgh too, it as 16° last Wed/Thur, then 73° on Saturday. I changed my oil since it was so nice out, first time on this car for me.
Agreed. However I wouldn't call myself oldschool I just think the $15 LED kit is to sharp of a light. I think part of the issue with most of the LED lights is they are lower quality. I would bet the more expensive LEDs are not as harsh on the eyes. Maybe not, it might vary depending on manufacturer. I have some inexpensive LED bulbs in my house that have the exact look as an incandescent.Am I the only one that actually prefers the old "yellow" lights for a car interior? To me, the newer "bright white" LED's are just too bright for the inside of a car. I like the "soft" yellow lights. I guess I'm just old.
Good point - there are many different color 'temperatures" available for LEDs - so maybe it's possible to find some that aren't so bright/white.... Don't get me wrong, the white light "looks" nice, but for me, it's just a little to "harsh" for car interior use - I don't want it to feel like I'm under a "spotlight".Agreed. However I wouldn't call myself ildschool I just think the $15 LED kit is to sharp of a light. I think part of the issue with most of the LED lights is they are lower quality. I would bet the more expensive LEDs are not as harsh on the eyes. Maybe not, it might vary depending on manufacturer. I have some inexpensive LED bulbs in my house that have the exact look as an incandescent.