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Discussion in 'Mopar News' started by Dave Z, Jan 12, 2017.
This is the first Destroyer Grey Challenger I've ever seen without a matte hood.
Indigo is freakin' gorgeous.
Places like Orange County, California are already having delivered Demons show up at Cars & Coffee events.
What’s with the yellow strip on the front splitter?
It's a protective piece that comes from the factory with some of the higher performance Dodge cars. Can be removed but some owners prefer to keep it on.
Yes they are offered on the SRT HELLCAT, SRT392, R/T Scat Pack and certain other models like Charger Daytona, SXT STP and R/T STP. Some dealers were taking them off before delivery and owners were upset. They became a fashion fad with buyers. Some were going for $80.00 on average on ebay, and dealers were selling a lot of them on there. People have customized them and what not. A few supplier alternations have shown not just yellow, but orange and a teal like color as well. But for the most part they are yellow.
...it's the equivalent of leaving your sticker on the brim of your hat.
And driving around with the window sticker in your vehicle for weeks after you buy it.
Lol - that's an American thing. I've heard of it, and that is just ridiculous.
Us Canadians would sooner be driving around in CVP Caravans with decals all down the sides saying "$19,998 ! ! ! !"
Canadian splitters are protected by snow! lol
That's the same color as my 1969 Dart. Just seeing that color is a trip down memory lane.
Lame. Not a fan.
The designers aren't fond of it either
I wouldn't mind it so much if it went the full width of the splitter like it does on the Demons.
The H-Cats don't quite pull off the "Fangs/Teeth" look that Vipers with the Advanced Aero package (like the TA) do personally.
...or destroyed by ice
My goodness the mirror finish on that black demon...