a couple of details if you are interested...
...as for the "rake", don't lower the front, raise the rear...the real T/A Challenger had modified rear leaf springs to increase the height of the rear...the T/A Challenger is a "very trick" factory built car...I currently own several real T/A Challengers and Challenger RTs, sitting side by side the rear of the T/A is higher than an RT by a decent amount
...hood hinges/springs...Chrysler used smaller hood springs on the T/A and AAR Cuda so there is less stress on the fiberglass hood, and many hoods still cracked / warped
...bottom side of the hood was made very sloppy, very rough fiberglass work and there are possibly braces to be added to the kit hood
...many modelers forget the proper flat black striping UNDER the hood, inner fender edge and top of cowl...this was to hide the body color from sight and to make the hoods look like they fit better than they actually did
...side exhaust pipes were painted flat black from the rear of the muffler to the chrome tips
...if you decide to open the trunk, there is a stripe on top of the rear quarters, under each end of the rear spoiler
...the T/A Challenger was built from a base Challenger, not an R/T...the AAR Cuda was built from the top of the line Cuda...T/A obviously stands for Trans Am, but Chrysler used T/A on the Challenger so they wouldn't have to pay a $5 fee to the Trans Am Racing Association for each car they built...their racing history was dismal at best