Something new for the hood!

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  1. Hemibuck

    Hemibuck Gold Member

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    I had these made up for the hood. Going to be a bit before I can install them because it's too cold to install. I will post up pics when I get them put on.

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    It looks good where did you get them made? I was thinking of putting black ones on my black hood.
     
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    Looks real good.
     
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    Hemibuck Gold Member

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    I had a local company who I use for my work make them up. 6 pair for $25. If I don't mess up with the first set I will give the other 2 away. They are matte black.
     
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    Let me know I'll throw you the money for post if need.
     
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    Hemibuck Gold Member

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    Ok will do!
     
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    Too cold to install? Surely you keep your cat in a heated garage?.....Anyway your decals look good..
     
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    It is on the agenda for next year. This year is paving the driveway and painting the 96 Ram and stroking it's 360 for it's 20th bday!
     
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    Let it idle for a bit and the hood will warm up nicely :). They look good. I'm considering whether I want to roll with a Brass Monkey theme or keep it mostly black/white.
     
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    Great idea. I am also looking at adding the double hash marks across the front fenders. I saw it on a white Avenger and thought it looked really nice. I have a set coming. If they look good I will lay them down. I want to give her a little bit of uniqueness but don't wanna go crazy. And I'm sticking with the black and white. I love it!
     
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    i prefer the almost stock SUPERCHARGED chrome one....stickers that say your engine displacement dont look right to me....thats reminds me of what Dodge put on the CORE SRT a few years ago....stickers on the sides instead of the chrome badging

    to each his own
     
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    Hemibuck Gold Member

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    I thought about it but didn't want to go with the chrome look. And a lot of Challengers and chargers have the "Hemi" "392" "5.7" "6.4" on the hood. They are just badges. I actually like the lower profile on the hood. But you are right to each his or her own. I may not even like it once it's layer down. And pulling a vinyl logo is much easier to remove than a badge.
     
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    for me its retro....they didnt put HEMI on the front fenders w/ a sticker....and they put 383 or 440 on the hood with chrome, not a sticker.....i do get the desire to put something there...i put the chrome Supercharged there.......you test it out for the rest of us....show the pics when applied
     
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    Will do "Grumpytree" ; )
     
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    Agreed, I think the "madeup" decals, reduce the quality look, I saw something similar at a Walmart
     

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