Yeah around that, Remember a dodge demon base price in 2018 was $85k. Then dealers tack on $10k-$20k more since they are a limited number car. Made it almost impossible to get one under $100k. The redeye is a GT version of the demon. I’m sure others That bought the redeye paid more depending on options. A base narrow body hellcat starts at $59k. Then the Redeye package add on the demon engine, drive train, widebody 20x11 wheels with 305 tires ect.. for $17k more. Plus gas guzzler tax and destination charge another $4k. That $80k before taxes, registration, and fees. Options like leather, sunroof, spoiler, navigation , stripes ect.. you can easily hit $100k with all options available. I only wanted a few of the options like Alcantara/leather seats, sport spoiler, blind spot system, power tilt steering wheel. Before I even ordered this car I tried to look for Very lightly used one from 2019 with less then 5k miles. But hard to find them less the $75k. Especially with the options I wanted. Then I would have to pay $2k to be shipped to me which most out of state dealers were charging. So for a little more I can get brand new with my options delivered to my garage door. It was a easy choice then. Took 4 weeks to build mine and it was here a few days later. I know some other hellcat guys ordered before mid-March and still haven’t got their yet. Crazy, but I guess I got lucky with timing and location of my out of state dealer.
I haven’t noice any rear taillight alignment issue on mine.
I just acquired a 2007 Tundra DC SR5. Nice truck. But, Man does that stereo suck!
Time for another build. I've still got most of the gear that I pulled outta my 2001 Chevy. It'll get me started.
Kenwood Excelon KDC-997X
JL Slash 300/4 ( Mids &...
This spot is to show my future build on my 1976 Buick Regal.
This car was owned by my Grandmother but over the years tragedy struck our family.
First- My Aunt Cindy was killed in a hit and run Motorcycle accident by a drunk driver.
Second- My uncle was a Marine killed in the 1983 Beirut...
Long time lurker, first post though.
Have a 2014 Porsche 911 (991.1 for the Porsche geeks) with the stock "sound package plus" which has; tweeters in the dash and 4" in the doors run off the the HU, 4" coax in the rear qtr again on HU, a center speaker, finally 8" in the doors run off a...
I did it. I finally did it. Got myself a new to me big boy car with the sole intent of making it a marketing tool for my shop, while also being my daily driver. Frankly, I only did it because I've been losing sales because my current car isn't relatable to customers and doesn't make them feel...
Figured I may as well get this project posted since it is practically done now. You would think I would eventually grow out of this crazy hobby of car audio, but I love it so much that I just can't shake it.
Love this truck... RAM did it right for sure.
The first thing I did was have it...