Depending on the Challenger model, they are selling from $66 to $100! :surprise:I like the look on my 2019 Challenger R/T. I left them on. A friend who also bought a new Challenger just gave me the pair he removed. I didn't know these were being E-Bayed.
My chin spoiler is chewed up.There is no "problem" - just crazy how something that is meant to protect something during shipping and is usually removed and thrown away before the car is sold has now become so "desired" by some that they are willing to pay up to $100 for them!
Again, no "problem" - just "strange"....
Extreme angles of parking lots mostly, a mistake or two here and there.People aren't using them for protection though - they're using them for looks (at least according to the article). I highly doubt they would protect anything that caused enough force to chew up the air dam - they are only held on with a single christmas-tree type fastener and are meant to be very temporary, from what I've read. In fact, one of the biggest issues mentioned in the articles is that they *cause* damage - not protect you from it.
I'm curious how yours gets so chewed up - is your car lowered or something? Or does it just get messed up from extreme-angle driveways or something? Just curious (haven't had any issues with that yet).