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does anyone know if the special badging (the "HEMI" blackout decal graphic on the hood and the "Daytona" on the rear quarters)) on the daytona R/T's are painted on or are they "stick on's"? thanks, tommy
 

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It's my impression that they are stick-ons.
 

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Yes, they are stickons, hopefully they wont dryrot and crack over the years. That looks like S**T
 

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RT-DAYTONA-RT said:
Yes, they are stickons, hopefully they wont dryrot and crack over the years. That looks like S**T
The stripes on my 98 SS/T still look great except for a few rock dings.
 

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tommycheng1728 said:
does that mean that they can be removed? I don't like the graphic on the hood at all, tommy
I had the same question when I considered changing my order to a Daytona. I was told it was a "remove at your own risk" type deal and the dealer would NOT be responsible for any damage to the paint or any imperfections left under the decals. On the other hand, I looked at a Ram Daytona and the decals looked easy enough to peel. Most factory decals and pins stripes are quite easy to remove when they are "fresh" from the factory.
 

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SEDave said:
I had the same question when I considered changing my order to a Daytona. I was told it was a "remove at your own risk" type deal and the dealer would NOT be responsible for any damage to the paint or any imperfections left under the decals. On the other hand, I looked at a Ram Daytona and the decals looked easy enough to peel. Most factory decals and pins stripes are quite easy to remove when they are "fresh" from the factory.

I spoke with the head honcho at a local dealership body shop, that I am friends with about removing them... he said bring it in, and he will have his guys remove them for me if I want... :)
 

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I was thinking of filling in the "hemi" on the hood with a matching black paint.

But I'll more than likely keep it stock except for some tinting and maybe an aftermarket stereo.
 
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