"Orange Crush"

Discussion in 'Challenger Owners' Gallery' started by SRT-Tom, Aug 11, 2017.

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    Challenger 001.JPG srt12.jpg CarShowNJ 027.JPG IMG_0105.JPG AerialView.jpg Here are a few photos of my 2009 SRT:
     
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    How do you keep the block and all so fresh and so clean?

    Still absolutely stunning!!!
     
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    Thanks. I wipe everything down weekly. I also use WD-40 on the billet aluminum parts to keep their finish. It also helps that I have low mileage on the engine.
     
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    Is it your daily driver?
     
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    No. My SRT is just a weekend fun car.
     
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    Here are four photos of my new 275/40-20 Cooper Zeon RS3 G1 tires, SRT carbon fiber door badge, cup holder inserts and SRT start button.

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    ChallengerCupHolders.JPG

    SRTEmblem 009.JPG
     
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    looks good!!. I do wipe mine down weekly, show or not, also a quick vacuum helps out too. I may look into doing do thing to my lower door panel as well.
     
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    You going to SHARE where you got the:
    SRT carbon fiber door badge, SRT Start Button & cup holder inserts? :killer:
     
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    Here are the web site addresses for the interior mods:

    SRT Door Badge

    https://www.pfyc.com/DHNEW.html

    SRT Start Button

    https://www.stevewhiteparts.com/challenger-push-button-decals/

    Cup Holder Inserts

    http://www.acrylicconceptions.com/challenger_cup_holder_inserts.html


    Note: If you buy the door panel badges, make sure that you prep the door properly by removing all surface chemicals. Otherwise they won't adhere to the door.
     
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    For $115, it adds a nice custom touch to the interior.
     
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