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Danko Reproductions

http://www.dankoreproductions.com/

One of the best things I have bought for my car was this '68 Danko Grill. The install is straight forward and only takes an afternoon to do. Danko makes these to order. So once you place your order. There is a waiting period. Mine took 5 weeks. I have seen longer and shorter waiting periods. I have seen many post from guys upset about the wait and get worried they got scammed or whatever. Then I see a later post from that same guy. Stating it was well worth the wait and are extremely happy with it.  I have to agree..

When I ordered my '68 Grill I went ahead and ordered my Front Spoiler as well. This saved me $50 in shipping if I wanted and ordered later.

Danko has a couple of options for Grill inserts. Black plastic or Mesh. Since my car is Black and I wanted it to stand out. I went with the Mesh(Alumn). The contrast in color. Really makes the front end stand out.

The Spoiler is something of an optical illusion in way. It makes the front end look lower, but doesn't hang any lower then the factor bumper does. It does how ever stick out some. So you do still have to watch driveways and curbs when parking. Specially if your lowered like I am.

Painting... We painted it ourselves. You can find the paint codes Here

Now if you want a Mean Classic look of the 68-69 Charger.. Danko Reproductions has you covered.

Update 05/02/14 - I've had these parts on my car for well over 2yrs now. Through some rough winters, hails even hit a pumpkin with my spoiler at 45mph... Nothing happened to the spoiler at all. No cracks or splits. I can't recommend these parts enough. Just the grill alone sets you apart from the rest. For me these items have been the biggest image improvement I have done yet to my car. Danko will have more of my business. 
Front Fascia Removal

REMOVAL


Raise and support the vehicle.

Remove the three push-pin retainers

(1) that secure each front wheel house splash shield

(2) to the front fascia assembly (3).
Remove the nine screws (1) that secure the belly pan (2) to the underbody.

NOTE: 300 Shown. Magnum and SRT8 similar

Remove the screw (5) that secures the front fascia assembly (4) to the nut insert (1) in each front fender.

Partially lower the vehicle and remove the push-pin retainers (2) (four-sedan, six-wagon, eight-Charger) that secure the front fascia assembly to the upper radiator support.

If equipped, disconnect the headlamp washer system hose from washer reservoir.(Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/WIPERS/WASHERS/HEADLAMP WASHER - REMOVAL)

On all three SRT8 models, disconnect the Tire Pressure Monitoring System connector. (Refer to 22 - TIRES/WHEELS/TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING/TRANSPONDER - REMOVAL)

Carefully pull the front fascia assembly forward to disengage the push-pin retainer (6) from the slot in each side the fascia and position the fascia to gain access to the fog lamp wire harness connectors (3), if equipped.
1. Remove the screw (6) that secures the front fascia assembly (5) to the nut insert (1) in each front fender.

2. Partially lower the vehicle and remove the push pin retainer (4) (four-sedan, six-wagon, eight-Charger) that secure the front fascia assembly to the upper radiator support.

3. Carefully pull the front fascia assembly forward to disengage the fastener (6) from the slot in each side the fascia and position the fascia to gain access to the fog lamp wire harness connectors (7), if equipped.

4. If equipped, disconnect each fog lamp wire harness connector (1) from the headlamp wire harness (2) and remove the front fascia assembly
1. If equipped and if required, remove the fog lamps from the front fascia assembly (Refer to 8 - ELECTRICAL/LAMPS/LIGHTING - EXTERIOR/LAMP-FOG - REMOVAL).

2. If required on SRT8 models, remove the lower fascia from the front fascia assembly and discard the metal retaining clips.

3. If required, remove and discard the nut insert (1) from each front fender and remove the push-pin retainer (2).
Once the Fascia is removed. You need to removed the Stock grill and Cut out the Center Bar.
Once you have the center removed. Place the Grill in and line it all up and bolt it in. It can get a little tricky, but just take your time.

When we installed the grill Mesh we used 3M Adhesive 8222.
And when all Said and done.. This is what it should look like.....