I only have those 4 pics. I'll take some more tomorrow in front of my house with dirt all over it.
The swap uses all factory Chrysler parts and is not too expensive. The hood is the most expensive part. The front bumper is only like $400, and that's for the SRT8 version. The lower spoiler is over $700 though. The paint match, which was done at the dealer was most of the cost. The dealer painted and installed the core support, fenders, and the hood. I put on the bumper, headlights, and installed the grill.
The wheels are TSW Kyalami 20x10. They don't rub in the back, but I had to run a small spacer in the front. The 20x8 fit fine, but they were out of stock when I ordered the wheels. I run a somewhat taller tire because I didn't want the "low profile tire" ride.
Springs are Eibach with 1/2 bottom coil cut out. Rides very nice, except over super bumpy roads. What it needs is a different shock and it would be perfect.
Window tint is 5% all around and that's over the factory dark rear tint. At night I can't hardly see out the back unless I'm in a well lit area. Had the car over 4 months now and knock on wood, have not had one issue. I have a friend that has a Charger on TIS 07 22s with same tint and he gets nailed all the time. I think I don't have problems because the car looks classy and more mature.
Chrysler offers the exact same car in Europe and it's called the 300C Touring. It's built on the same assembly line as the Magnum, they just change some simple things with tooling. I basically walked into the dealer, got a parts list with a diagram and figured out what I needed. The thing is, I wanted to do the Charger front end first, but the body line on the doors is so different and a custom fender blend is too much to pay for a car I might only have for a year or so.
It's by far the best mod I did. Even with the stock wheels, it looks good. If you look at a stock Magnum long enough, it looks like someone squished a Caravan and reused the front and back.