well, I dont know about you , but I think I just fell in love with this car all over again. talk about the throwback era. I know it is just a stick on , but you got to admit that it adds new character to the car. http://www.retrousa.net/index.html
i think it looks good, unfortunately pictures a lot of times makes things
look so much better than it would look in person.
the LX Forums/east coast Mopar nationals is may 15th and 16th
at englishtown raceway park so im sure i will see some there in person.
Ehh, don't care for on the darker colors, like it all dark myself. But I can see them looking ok on the white/yellows, but thats if they DO respond to main complaint of the front is too small. Don't want anything to do with any side flares/scoops/vents or widebody myself, love the sweet/smooth/clean lines on this awesome car, it's really hard to improve it. But I'm sure they'll sell a few, fender moulding too cause there's quite a few who love that look!
I think it is good to see a vendor offering something alternative.
This may very well have appeal to some folks and if this vendor makes a profit, they may come out with something that interests me.
This style doesn't appeal to me, actually I even scrapped all the vinyl and had my Challenger painted and moderate pin stripe. If I get a warm sunny day I'll take some pictures. I prefer a minimalist look. It goes way back to my first custom work, eliminate all badges and trim, get everything with clean lines. This, of course, is subjective.
I enjoy looking at a wide range of diversity in what we do with our rides.
Even if I think it is insane, its still fun to look at.