What Dodge should of done...

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Pics of my recent project....
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Lol I was wondering what happened to the other thread. I guess now if a paying vendors name is in the title it can't be posted in a general forum (ridiculous).

Looks great, Steve called me yesterday to reconfirm my shipping address so I should have mine soon!

Andy
 
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Sweet car Marc....it came together very nicely. Can't wait to see it lowered ;)

Those panels turned out great from Steve...love the coupe third brake light too!
 

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Lol I was wondering what happened to the other thread. I guess now if a paying vendors name is in the title it can't be posted in a general forum (ridiculous).

Looks great, Steve called me yesterday to reconfirm my shipping address so I should have mine soon!

Andy

Its still up. It's in the Vipair Vendor Review section. ;)
 

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Its still up. It's in the Vipair Vendor Review section. ;)

Saw that, strange because it wasn't a vendor review but a thread just showing off his new mods. Just because a paying vendors name was in the title doesn't mean it should be moved to a place few will see it. It's fine this is the exact same thread with a different title and it's now in acceptable.
 
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THANKS For the Comps Guys... It does take the ( Sebring ) *** look away... But I do like the new found looks.. As far as the RWH numbers it was achieved by Alot of compression and a nice cam profile. Wink Wink Marc
 

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OH MY GOD, THAT"S AWESOME!!!!!!! :2tu:
I have one question, do you need the whole wide body kit thingie, or is it just the coupe rear treatment and the rest of the body is standard?
 

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OH MY GOD, THAT"S AWESOME!!!!!!! :2tu:
I have one question, do you need the whole wide body kit thingie, or is it just the coupe rear treatment and the rest of the body is standard?

Just the pieces you see I believe. I remember Steve mentioning that you simply unbolt current body panels and attach these. Some pieces are not includes and must be purchased seperately.
 

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OH MY GOD, THAT"S AWESOME!!!!!!! :2tu:
I have one question, do you need the whole wide body kit thingie, or is it just the coupe rear treatment and the rest of the body is standard?

Correct this is just a coupe rear, no wide body.
 

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Quick PS. Lowered, lower rear fascia done in black and 360 Forged Concaves (from AbsolutHank's car).



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So what additional pieces?

The kit that Marc and Andy have includes a custom trunk decklid, a set of custom rear quarters (they look the same on teh outside but the inner edge where they bolt up is entirely different) , a rear coupe bumper and a set of inner trim panels and a set of tail light covers (so you are not staring at wiring every time you open the trunk, there is also a set of brackets that hold the quarters in place where they meet up with the bumper (just like the coupe has) all you need to supply is the tail lights (reverse lights are the same) and the third brake light and a coupe gas cap if you chose to use it (which everyone so far has)

Andy opted to upgrade his decklid to carbon to match his carbon hood
 
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Steve lets see how long it will take them to **** can this thread to the "other" section.... Marc
 

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Steve we also need the side marker lights correct? Other than that it's done. There are several vendors you can source the lights from including VPA, or X2 for used lights also.
 

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Quick PS. Lowered, lower rear fascia done in black and 360 Forged Concaves (from AbsolutHank's car).



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Thanks Austin that looks pretty damn nice.
 

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Did you have all the new panels painted first and then install them or was there some fitting/finishing that needed to be done first?
 

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Did you have all the new panels painted first and then install them or was there some fitting/finishing that needed to be done first?

Its always best to fit first, then paint.

Marc got the first kit after the one I donated to Lincoln Tech, Marc had a few comments and input that got incorporated into the subsequent kits as a running change.
 
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Yes I did...And Im still waiting for my check for my imput on designs changes and patent filings HaHa
 
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I agree fully that this is exactly what dodge should have done.. On the other hand, it makes this car much rarer :)

Welcome to the "improved rear" club ;) :D
 

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