My Charger: 2010 R/T with road and track group package
Has anyone kept their Dodge Charger completely stock?
As most of you know, I'm not one for all these major mods that can be performed on my 2010 Charger R/T. So far after two years the only thing I added was tinted windows and a R/T badge inside the cabin under the right air vent on the dash, R/T badge on shifter plate, special R/T Charger license plate frame and plate tags.
I also made up the vinyl red stripes at the end of the Dodge name on the left trunk area. Also over the HEMI on front fenders That's it. Has anybody else keep their Chargers Stock?
Last edited by R/T MUSCLE; 06-26-2012 at 08:26 AM.
I'd keep something stock looking, if I wanted a sleeper. But since my car is more show than go, and I've always been one to transform things to my personal taste (a perk for being an artist) I love to add all sorts of little things to make my car more...me.
By the way, I like the Dodge stripes, I thought about giving that a shot on the interior where it says Dodge on the silver bar on the dash.
As most of you know, I'm not one for all these major mods that can be performed on my 2010 Charger R/T. So far after two years the only thing I added was tinted windows and a R/T badge inside the cabin under the right air vent on the dash.
I also made up the vinyl red stripes at the end of the Dodge name on the left trunk area. That's it. Has anybody else keep their Chargers Stock?
I like the pictures thanks for sharing. I like my SRT8 the way it is too so I have done all my fluids, changed the door handles inside and added the 6.1L badges to the outside. Other than that, stock almost 6 years later.
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The vast majority of people stay stock. That said, I've never been in my car, stock. I have a few pictures of it as it came off the truck, but by the time I first picked it up it was several thousands of dollars worth of altered.
100% stock except replaced the Goodyear F1s with Conti DWS
2006 SRT8 175,000 miles+ (ordered with F1s and options)
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my car stayed stock for a couple months before i went for the exhaust. for some reason i can't stand driving a car or truck that doesn't at least have exhaust work done. love to hear some kind of rumble coming from what i'm driving
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