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Dodge charger police version

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moonboy

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I just buy a civilian model Charger and i would like to convert the gear shift to the Police versin on stering case so i can install me radio gear in the center consol,i was wondering if that posibble and the cost and who can do that.
 
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from the technical standpoint,

Yes,,

youll have to find the parts at a salvage yard

OR

youll have to go through a dealership to order
the OEM column,the linkage wil have to be
retrofitted with all the appropriate hardware..

Possible,
Yes,
Cost,,unsure,parts,labor,,

will probably be cheaper And easier to just
remove the console and work around the OEM
shifter,

the best option,,In my own opinion,,

check for a local,and reputable stereo install
shop,,look for one that dose custom/show
installs.
this would probably be a project they would
undertake for the off beat nature,outside the norm
of amps,subs and head units..

keep us posted with pics if you follow through..
 

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there are consoles made for standard chargers with the console shifter. It would be cheaper and easier than trying to make it work
 

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I just buy a civilian model Charger and i would like to convert the gear shift to the Police versin on stering case so i can install me radio gear in the center consol,i was wondering if that posibble and the cost and who can do that.
Do you have any idea what the differences ARE between a normal charger sold to the public,and a law enforcement dodge charger??? :roll: The gear shift is only a drop in the bucket!
n9zas
 

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Dodge charger

Yes i do know the deffrents,all i am trying to move the gear shift so i can install my radio gear in the center console like the police version i ahve so many of them and there is not enough room for it.
 

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It would be more hassle than its worth. Also it would void any warantees still left om the car.
 
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