Interior mods...

Discussion in 'Challenger Interior Modifications' started by genotex, Nov 29, 2011.

  1. genotex

    genotex Full Access Member

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    Hmmmmmmm nice category....

    here we go: so far....

    Ambient lighting (led bars under the dash)... sold as a 'kit' by MoPar for chargers/minivans/something-or-other-besides-Challenger... easy little drill bit modifications to center console to allow mounting of controls... other than that... easily done in less than ninety minutes.

    Short throw MoPar shifter... again available from MoPar. Another easy do-it-yourself task, complete in less than 30 minutes.

    Emergency brake pedal cover... available from Mercedes Benz parts dept for less than $20 to match the stock ones on the SRT. A little 'dawn' to lubricate the pedal and this is done in less than 10 minutes. :)



    Window tint... leave it to the pros. :)





    --- Guess I will post a similar post on the 'exterior' topic. ---

    that said... Maybe this is a good place for anyone that might be 'looking' for information/etc/ from people who have already installed stuff... they could look here, and then shoot us a p.m. if they have any questions, if we have similar mods to what they are considering.
    Feel free to shoot me one anyway.
    Anybody else wanna jump in with your mods... let's rock this boat a bit!
     
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    I'll add.
    Mercedes Pedal...didn't use Dawn..brute strength
    "Fratzog" steering wheel emblem
    purple piping accents on doors
    classic 1970 PCP Challenger picture on "My Gig"

    Car came with door sill plates and floor mats with "Challenger" embroidery

    Future plans include woodgrain and a Gunslinger classic Hurst pistol grip shifter
     
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    Mopar T-Handle Shifter - Pedal Kit - HomeLink - Hands Free uconnect microphone - Lockpick - Boyo rear camera. Working on my mods page on my website. Challenger Mods
     
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    You should really post that up on here some how. Would be cool to see a post like that.
     
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    You mean my mods page?
     
  6. genotex

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    Jina's embroidery: AWESOME WORK!


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    Shaggy Administrator Staff Member

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    Is that your setup gentex? Looks pretty damn good!
     
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    Nice, I will have to get my crap together and send my headrests.
     
  9. genotex

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    Yes it is... it was my gift to myself - Sometimes that's just what ya gotta do


    and those dual dome lights on the 392, when you close the doors, as they slowly fade away,
    they spotlight the embroidery! Gotta change that setting so it takes longer to fade! :)
     
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    Very nice needlework.
     

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