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Midnight Club Los Angeles Dodge Challenger Concept

Mopar Dodge Challenger concept in Midnight Club L.A.

Midnight Club Los Angeles, a videogame by Rockstar Games, is available for the XBOX 360, PS3, and PSP videogame systems. It is the fourth game in the Midnight Club series and was originally released in October 2008.

In the videogame, players street-race for game money, which they can use to upgrade and customize their vehicles. Upgrades include performance and aesthetic items, such as custom hoods, headlights, window tinting, wheels, and seats.

Mopar Dodge Challenger concept in Midnight Club L.A.

Carl Begley made his own Mopar vinyl graphics for a Dodge Challenger concept. While there are premade vinyl graphics available in the game, players can create their own vinyl graphics.

“I decided to make a Mopar Challenger, and I think it came out quite nice,” Begley said. “My son loves it and says it is pretty much spot-on compared to the picture I used as a model.

Dodge Challenger concept

“In my case I won, in a pink-slip race, a Dodge Challenger concept car and wanted to make it look as real as possible,” Begley said. “I looked online for pictures of Challenger race cars and found one I liked and thought I could copy in the game.”

A Dodge Charger SRT-8 is also available in the game.

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