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We have finally recieved 1st Demon #909 in Kuwait. A special event was hosted by Kuwait Mopar Club to share the Demon with fellow Moparists.

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If you know anyone wanting to purchase another, mine is being built, broken in properly, bolt on car with race seats, harness bar, all black. Just saying...
 

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Still don't get why so many leave the protector on even for display as if it's a aesthetic feature.
I'd leave mine on too if it wasn't for so many people knocking it... Honestly, I don't like ridicule, hence my decision to remove it... but if I didn't feel like I was putting curb feelers on a 64 Impala, I'd leave it on too.
 

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I'd leave mine on too if it wasn't for so many people knocking it... Honestly, I don't like ridicule, hence my decision to remove it... but if I didn't feel like I was putting curb feelers on a 64 Impala, I'd leave it on too.
Of course a personal choice.I'm pretty sure the contrasting color was to designate it as a protective delivery feature to ensure people knew to remove it, but that seems to have backfired with it being interpreted by many as a color highlight. Just a little funny but to each their own. :)
 

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Of course a personal choice.I'm pretty sure the contrasting color was to designate it as a protective delivery feature to ensure people knew to remove it, but that seems to have backfired with it being interpreted by many as a color highlight. Just a little funny but to each their own. :)
But keep in mind, that contrasting colors on higher end sports cars tend to catch the eye and scream, "look at me, I'm fast and special!" In that regard, I think that most seeing the protection on the vehicle didn't think, oh look at that yellow shipping product, they just saw a widebody beast with a yellow accent not much different than a racing stripe. I'm just defending the few that can handle the criticism that many dish out freely. Like I said, personally, I liked them on the car, I just wish they didn't blatently say "To be removed by dealer", and with a little color coordination they can look trick. The protection of the air dam is like putting a wind deflector on a hood or a car bra on... I think they're hideous and don't see any asthetic or protection value but then again they're not bright yellow either. To each their own, I say... It is kinda ridiculous though how many times this gets brought up in conversation, almost like a political discussion from 2017 lol!
 

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But keep in mind, that contrasting colors on higher end sports cars tend to catch the eye and scream, "look at me, I'm fast and special!" In that regard, I think that most seeing the protection on the vehicle didn't think, oh look at that yellow shipping product, they just saw a widebody beast with a yellow accent not much different than a racing stripe. I'm just defending the few that can handle the criticism that many dish out freely. Like I said, personally, I liked them on the car, I just wish they didn't blatently say "To be removed by dealer", and with a little color coordination they can look trick. The protection of the air dam is like putting a wind deflector on a hood or a car bra on... I think they're hideous and don't see any asthetic or protection value but then again they're not bright yellow either. To each their own, I say... It is kinda ridiculous though how many times this gets brought up in conversation, almost like a political discussion from 2017 lol!
One of my friends with a challenger Hellcat, had a brick hit his lip and go under the tire and puncture the tire and damage the door a little, all that broke was the plastic rather than the lip. Our streets are bad plus it saves the underside from scraping of speed humps.

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One of my friends with a challenger Hellcat, had a brick hit his lip and go under the tire and puncture the tire and damage the door a little, all that broke was the plastic rather than the lip. Our streets are bad plus it saves the underside from scraping of speed humps.

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Hey, that's great that it did provide some type of protection!
 

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Hey, that's great that it did provide some type of protection!
Surprisingly it did, saved the front lip and bumper.

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One of my friends with a challenger Hellcat, had a brick hit his lip and go under the tire and puncture the tire and damage the door a little, all that broke was the plastic rather than the lip. Our streets are bad plus it saves the underside from scraping of speed humps.

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Bad????...I thought they were paved with gold?....ooops...that's Dubai...sorry
 
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