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    challenger project

    its not done yet....needed some ideas lol... should i go with a roadster look like this?? or a four seater like the classic challenger ??



    any ideas??? i'll try them all

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    and yes..... the color blend is WAY off haha .. i'll fix it when the body mods are done so blah :p

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    Re: challenger project

    That's a great chop! Don't do anything with that, it's great as it is. But you could try to make a modern-day GOOD-LOOKING Imperial, New Yorker or Cordoba of a model of your choice

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    Re: challenger project

    Your work looks so good I don't even know what's been chopped other than the fact it's a convertible with that sort of tonneau cover over the rear seats. I myself prefer the 2+2 car rather than the roadster but hey, it's photochopping. You can do it all

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    Re: challenger project

    cool idea but too much solctice....

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    Wow..very well done.

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    Re: challenger project

    Looks really good, but in my opinion it needs a rear seat, to me the roadster looks kinda funny on it. Put 2 rear seats on that thing and it would be perfect!!

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    Nice! Looks great.

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    Re: challenger project

    needs rear seats, the trunk is too long as is. also, if you're doing extensive work, and not just a drop-top, could you re-do the front to make it look more modern, like the new charger? i think the challenger concept looked cool, but it's way too retro to last, and i think a more modern approach on the front would make the production model last longer.
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    Wow, that looks REALLY good. Great chop.
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    Re: challenger project

    I like it.

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    I like it as a roadster. Great chop.
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    Re: challenger project

    here's art one of the design.... I'm gonna make a four seater model too.. but figured I'd finnish this off first

    its not quite done yet but here it is




    kinda a none retro look to it...

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    nice looks like an old impala lowrider. any way the trunk is abit too long.

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    Re: challenger project

    I like it...but this new Challenger looks so much like an olds Callenger that I just don't get it...very nice chop on the Challenge, don't like the Charger at all!

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