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Dodge Charger, Dodge Charger SRT-8, Sedan
#901 of 1087 2006 dodge daytona charger top banana yellow
May 21, 2006 (3:48 pm)
I have no idea who well this badging will be to take off the car. I am sure that any body shop, or those guys who do window tinting would be able to tell you if they can remove it.
but if you going to you'd better do it quickly, you won't want that to show as a "ghost" in the hood or on the sides.
I love my car just the way it is. She's a beauty. I have the daytona sport package.
May 22, 2006 (3:34 am)
Anyone out there had any recent experience on buying one of the few used SRT 8's out there? in ohio and looking to spend $35,000 or under on one out the door but no luck yet.
#903 of 1087 Re: SRT 8 pricing [blesseuer]
May 23, 2006 (5:09 pm)
Yea good luck with that. I'm in the market for a Daytona in TorRed. Off the floor all I've seen of the SRT8 is $42K and up...way up. And since they've been out only since the end of last year Nov/Dec 05 I think... I would doubt first that anyone would WANT to get rid of it much less take a huge hit on it... sorry
#904 of 1087 Removal of "3.5L High Output" emblems
May 24, 2006 (10:16 am)
I am interested in removing the "3.5L High Output" emblems that are on each side of the car between the drivers door and the front wheel well.
Anyone know how to do that? I started to pull one off, but it looked like the emblem would come off but leave the adhesive pad on the car.
What's the trick?
#905 of 1087 Re: Removal of "3.5L High Output" emblems [discgolfer99]
May 24, 2006 (4:28 pm)
An ordinary hair dryer works great-just hold it close for a few minutes and it should peel right off.
#909 of 1087 I have a 2006 Charger RT and.........
May 30, 2006 (10:54 pm)
has anyone invested their money in the Mopar style performance cold-air intake. If so, are you satisfied with the results on how it sounds and performs. There are a few brands to choose from like (K&N, and AEM brute force) but I was leaning more towards Mopar because of the relationship with Dodge. Thanks!!!