This ^^^^^^^^^IMO the Challenger looks best with retro styled rims in 20" sizes.
I would suggest the Boss 338 or the American Racing Torque Thrust M.
A lot of members here have them, they have the proper offsets and look great on Challengers.
I almost put a set on my last Challenger but then just ended up with the SRT.
They both run about $1200 for a set plus new rubber, so figure in the low $2000 range.
That's what I have and mine are painted glossy black too.If that was my ride, i would get some American Racing Torque Rims in glossy black and paint the back of the rim yellow. That way at a glance you see black rims and when on the road, peeps could see the yellow behind the wheels. While the rims are off, get them calipers painted yellow with caliper paint which can be purchased at your local pepboys or autozone store. But thats my opinion.
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Those look really good. Would look sharp on his black car.Another thing people do to match their paint or stripes is paint the calipers the same color. And one relatively cheap mod to keep your stock wheels while still looking stylish is to polish and paint them. I have the same rims (that I sought out, by the way, for their size and ease of maintenance on a daily driver) and people immediately feel the need to tell me I have to get something else. So what I personally recommend is to listen to people less! It's your car and it's awesome as it is so mod it at your leisure and according to your own taste.