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Dynacorn Challenger body at SEMA

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  1. Adam

    Adam Well-Known Member

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    The body looked great, and I was happy to see the door hinges were bolt on (last time I went they were welded on). I thought the doors were poorly aligned and the lower corner was touching on the passenger side. Looked like an easy fix.

    I thought the trunk pan, engine compartment, looked great. I was also impressed by the correct drains on the pinch weld, under the rockers.

    I asked the rep if they were going to do a Cuda. He said no, and explained they have not made their money back yet, on the Challenger. Further explaining that their first Challenger bodies had some issues; they spent much time and effort to re-do it and make this version as correct as it can be. The rep said they also would need to get four or five Cuda bodies to examine and measure the variation in each part.

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  2. moparlee

    moparlee Well-Known Member

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    Man, you would think that they would have taken some time to align those doors up. Did they have the fenders?
     
  3. Adam

    Adam Well-Known Member

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    Nope, no fenders on any of their cars, I should have asked...
     
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    gzig5 Well-Known Member

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    They can measure my cuda but probably would be better off if they didn't . Currently they made/make a trunk to rear seat assembly that has the rear frame rails in it, can you ask them if that will continue or are the ones in the warehouse the last ones? It can be used on a Cuda or Challenger and saves some time and $$ doing each part individually.
     
  5. Adam

    Adam Well-Known Member

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    I am home now, but you can call them. I haven’t seen that on their website.
     
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