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[PICS] Coupe Rear Complete [PICS]

Discussion in 'SRT10 and SRT10 Coupe Discussions' started by FLATOUT, Nov 2, 2012.

  1. Red Snake

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    Pics with top down, please. Looks killer!
     
  2. FLATOUT

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    Yep :)

    See what I can find, it's college football season so I've been glued to the TV's all day.
     
  3. g3t_t0rk

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    Oh God... That looks biblical... I need to do this!!
     
  4. DaDood

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    Andy, that looks bad a$$! You always manage to make your mods look very nice (even better than Ryan!).
     
  5. FLATOUT

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    Haha nice compliment:)
    Next time we talk I am going to rub this in lol. Thanks Brother I'm glad everyone likes it.
     
  6. FrgMstr

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    I think the foreskin on the Vert looks great until the top comes down. Then there is something just not right about the lines of the car. I personally prefer the "gen 1" back end on the Vert. And considering most of my driving is with the top down.... I think the Vert lines look a lot better on the road from behind. The rear not being broken up with the foreskin make the car look wider and lower. However, on the coupe, it is right at home. It will be sad for SRT to do this total throwback GenV car and not pay the proper homage to the Gen1 like it should. I am just not with the "more sh1t is better" crowd on this one. Less is more..

    But the picture with that camera angle is sweet like honey!
     
  7. FLATOUT

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    I don't think it's more **** is better, I think it's the I don't want a Sebring rear end on my Viper crowd. The gen 3-4 vert rear doesn't look anything like the rt10 rear IMO. I don't mind the rt10 rear and you didn't see people wanting to slap a GTS rear on them either because it was unique and worked. Just my opinion though, and it finally looks the way I wanted it to look from the factory.
     
  8. nspec

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    that looks awesome! are you in houston?

    need more pictures
     
  9. ROCKET62

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    My brother from another mother ...... Looks great !! Certainly the way that Dodge should have made the rear end look. I went a bit custom with my ACR rear paint scheme and copied the Vert ACR layout by not painting the tail light area black. Pretty happy with how things turned out although my panels took a bit more coaxing to get into place.

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  10. FLATOUT

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    YESSIR! Really like the way yours turned out also. Mine took just as much coaxing lol, but then end result was worth the effort. If anyone goes this route feel free to shoot me a pm if you have any questions. I'm sure Rocket can help as well.
     
  11. FLATOUT

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    Yep Northside on Lake Conroe. I should be out at C&C next month.
     
  12. 08viperviolet

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    Flat out think the car looks grate. Saw rockets at voi and looked awesome.
     
  13. Nadine UK GTS

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    Looks great in red and black, the Coupe rears on the verts rock. Everyones paint schemes look superb. Keep posting the pics.

    Likewise too, I'm pleased with the end result (but did it take some coaxing, even the grinder, more fibreglass and filler, and custom brackets)!
    Here's mine, interesting to see a 'before and after' effect when I parked next to a stock Mamba...

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  14. webby

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    I mostly agree with this, I like the coupe rear end when the top is up but less when the top is down. But I would love to see more pictures, esp. with top down. I think having the ACR paint scheme makes it work really well though
     
  15. FLATOUT

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    Gotcha, I sent Ryan a pic with a better angle he can post it up if he likes. I'll try to get another done.
     
  16. FLATOUT

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    Looks fantastic! Mine was tough because I didn't want to sand or fill the carbon deck lid so I had to make it all work the best I could. I didn't need any custom brackets though everything went together pretty good.
     
  17. 345s-bspinnin

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    Wow Andy, that came out looking great. We need more pics. All these coupe rear verts have so much more appeal. Like!
     
  18. Supratt6s

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    Looks great! I can't wait to see the work Steve has done on my car. He does amazing work and brings unique products to this community!
     
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    Wow both those cars look great, 10x better than stock! Excellent work! :2tu::cool:
     
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    Wow. Im always suprised at how much better" IMO" that the conversion looks. Very nicely done. Congrats on the baby on the way Flatout.
     
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    I 'm really liking the the way it looks, probably my first "mod"!!!
     
  22. ScrewDrvr

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    anyone happen to have a picture of the coupe rear with a aftermarket hardtop?
     
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    Wow! Andy That is Smokin. Loved it before, looks amazing now.

    Ron
     
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    Niiice Pics ! :2tu:
     
  26. GTS-R 001

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    Here's another pic of Andy's car, he asked me to post it for him, something about a job getting in the way of his snake luvin... LOL

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  27. Joe_Joe

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    Look'n good Wheeler!!!!!! Can't wait to see more shots!!!!
     
  28. car-hor

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    Looks good Andy! Finally got my hood back. I'll hit you up the next time I'm in Conroe.

    Michael
     
  29. FLATOUT

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    Thanks Joe!

    Thanks Michael, I'll be in College Station most of the weekend but should be back on Sunday.
     
  30. IDM

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    Anyone want to mention how much this costs to do without having to call?
     

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