Hey Roadie! I've already mounted the Ram's head on my hood - in chrome, the gold ones, or lighted ones for that matter, looked too funky in my opinion. I have to warn you though, mounting the sucker turned out to be a something of a challenge: the Nitro's hood has three layers in that particular area, and drilling STRAIGHT through them all is tricky! And after straightening and meddling with the holes of my initial drilling, I found that when I mounted the Ram and tightened the nuts - that is after I purchased longer longer bolts/rods to accomodate the thickness of the three layers - the tension of the nuts versus the Ram itself pressed the outer/top layer of the hood down as it is weaker than the bottom one! After swearing and scratching my head a bit, I came to the conclusion that I would have to cut an opening in the bottom/inner two layers to accomodate the two nuts, my hand and a wrench and just mount the ram to the outer/top layer. By using a piece of flat steel on the inside, I created enough support for the one thin layer to hold the weight of the Ram and not buckle from wind pressure when driving.
So, If you're up to this challenge, go ahead and I'll welcome you to an exclusive club of Nitro-with-hoodornament-owners!
One last piece of advise: Take your time lining up the Ram - put some tape underneath it, put some longer tape over it and stick it to your hood first, take a NON-permanent marker and do the outline, and then you'll just have to play around with a tape measure as the bolts are not centered along the y-axis nor the x-axis.
I think I have some pics somewhere, I'll post them as soon as get to it.