for a Silversteel charger, what would be a good color graphic? I'm thinking black but possibly a flat black? I like the stinger stripes and some of the hood graphics. I drive an SE model, so I don't want it to be imitating a daytona. but there a few graphics I do like. I guess I'm safe as long as I don't have them say "daytona"
2007 Silver Steel Dodge Charger SE, 3.5 V6, Hood Struts,De-badged, spoiler, De-molded, BT MOPAR M black Hood emblem, BT black anodized Pistol Grip Shift knob, BT "Old school Charger script shift insert, Spoiler,20% tint. Plasti Dip chrome shifter ring, plasti dipped stock 17's, Daytona R/T dual exhaust! stock reso's deleted and 4" tips installed.20" Black/machined Challenger Replica's. Rockford Fosgate P2 12" subwoofer. 500 watt Rockford Fosgate amp! Matte black hood decal. Grip Tuning Fascia
black, imo, would be a top chioce for sure. Especially since you got the black wheels.
2007 Dodge Charger R/T w/ magnaflow cat-back, mopar cold air intake, bt oil catch can, and 5% tint all the way around, mopar strut tower brace, mopar stainless pedal set, complete bt underhood package in black anodize with strut covers, bt designer pistol grip and shifter plate, bt engraved lumbar covers, custom embroidered headrest and armrest by Jina's embroidery. Foose legend 20x8.5" chrome wheels wrapped in Nitto NT420s 255/45 rubbers.
On the way--billet tech black anodize engaved fuse box cover, edelbrock shorty headers Also new addition on the way BND Quantum Blue 7.5w23 oil and filter and ACES IV fuel catalyst!
This is the stripe i have currently in flat black, pic was taken last weekend at a small M&G. Im going to get the other one to finish soon.
Depends what you going on any black looks good and there is a silver steel looking vinyl that i have seen lately. You can try to do some ghost looking graphics with that.
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