2011 Superbird conversion.

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  1. detmatt1

    detmatt1 Well-Known Member

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    I saw the gold one in Detroit last year and posted some pics up on FEBO and it went over like a lead Zepplin. I do like the blue one better though, still not enough to want one. These were from November of `09
     

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    Pastortom1 Well-Known Member

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    I love the front end.........The wing is a bit odd though............don't quite match the lines.......

    I think this would look GREAT with a "Trans-Am" style spoiler.......But then it wouldn't be a Superbird concept..........Just a custom.........But I'd like it better.

    I think the styling of the front end with the Chally body is OUTRAGEOUS.
     
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    D Dodge Well-Known Member

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    It looks better than I thought it would.
     
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    roadrunnerman Well-Known Member

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    i'd have to have it sit in my driveway for awhile,then maybe i could get used to it.
     
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    1968_Roadrunner Well-Known Member

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    I saw pics of that Richard Petty one and I thought it looked sweet. These aren't bad either. Something different!
     
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    74sundance Well-Known Member

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    Cool so what did you guy's get to contribute?
    The high performance engines are co-developed and
    engineered by Arrington Performance located in Martinsville, VA. Nose and rear wing assembly designed and
    engineered by HPP, will be installed at HPP’s shop based in Madison Heights, MI. All high performance engine
    upgrades, (600hp -800+hp), will take place in the historic Petty shop in Level Cross, NC. What did you guy's contribute?
     
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    i like it.. have since it came out.. and a daytona challenger is not out of the picture since they are running a challenger in the nationwide series now.. sooooo... its one step from nascar now, whereas before it was not.
     
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    We supplied the cars and also get to sell them. Currently working with Richard petty now on a group of these too.

    Bruce
     
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    WileERobby Well-Known Member

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    wannadrag beat me to my response
     
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