2016 Stripes Pricing

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  1. ArizonaGasMonkey

    ArizonaGasMonkey Hellcat Member

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    After reading info about the satin black hood not being any different from stock hood that is just painted over my dealer connected with Dodge rep and was about to get the Satin hood cancelled and the 2016 stripes put on car instead.

    With that said do you guys know the pricing on the stripes?

    Thanks

    Aaron
     
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    I think around 1000.00, I know the Hash stripes on my 09 R/T were 250.00
     
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    CPRHDSRT Pontiac Bred ................. SRT Addicted Gold Supporting Member

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    From the Jan 8th press release ...

    "Ordering for the SRT Hellcat dual body stripe on these ultra-high performance Dodge Challenger and Charger models will start in January with a U.S. Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $995."
     
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    This is correct, when I ordered my car on Jan 12, that was the price for stripes.
     
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    you can go aftermarket for about 300 bucks
     

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