New Build... 2015 Dodge Charger R/T Widebody Pickup

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PostPosted: Wed Jun 29, 2022 10:23 pm
So my plan next winter was to build a Jeep Grand Cherokee Ute pickup for myself..... Well, that was until Smyth Performance released these pic.s of his truck kit for 2011 to present Dodge Chargers.... Man, take a look at these pic.s We will start on it in August or September and I want to do a slower 9 month build on this one. I've got some crazy paint plans in my head at the moment and I will have to start doing some speed shape sample this fall....
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I just like the overall rake on this....
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I'm going to probably do a non bonded/fused attachment on the fender flares.
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Very unique profile with the later nose styling.... I'm glad they kept the more truckish rear...
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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2022 8:28 am
Now that actually looks quite good. Better than the others, I think.

Now, for the colour, how about.....

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I would go for the red, but that green is just spectacular. :happy:

Looking forward to what you're going to come up with.
Chris

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 30, 2022 8:39 am
Chris, so Australia.... I don't get it.... Utes and smaller trucks are now a growing segment here..... what happened to you guys? I mean, we wanted these things back since the original El Camino and Rancheros were around. Looks like you guys are moving away from these almost completely......
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