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Delta Force79

Quick Challenger Chop...

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Ok I am by no means a pro when it comes to chopping, which is why I hardly ever attempt to do it. But one thing I have heard some people say is that the lower fascia of the Challenger looks too much like a gapping mouth, so I decided to chop a NY plate on it ( cause I'm from NY, lol ) and decided to add some chrome slats to the lower intake to sort of break up the sea of black. So you get an idea of what it will look like with plates on it and also maybe a possible dress up idea for the lower grille. BTW this took me 5 minutes in paint so it's not award winning stuff :P

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I highly doubt the plate is available, I see tons of SRT's in NY. I want to get my screen name as a plate for my Olds.. like DFRCE79 or something along those lines.

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