- Beautiful Restomod Challenger
- 512 cubic inch V8
- Holley Sniper Fuel Injection
- 5-speed manual
- TTI headers and dual exhaust
- Aluminum heads & Comp Cam roller cam
- Hotchkis suspension
- Power Wilwood 4-wheel disc brakes
- Power steering
- Hot Rods by Boyd wheels
- Nitto Motivo tires
- Detroit Tru-Trac rear differential
- Vintage Air
- Power windows
- Custom interior by JS Customs
- Kindigit door handles
- Estimated $160,000+ invested
This is an over the top 1970 Challenger restomod show car with an incredible fit and finish. Riding on front 18'' and rear 20'' wheels give it a menacing stance. Complete with a custom interior with black vinyl bucket seats, wrapped dash, custom gauges, 5-speed pistol grip shifter, custom blue LED courtesy lighting, custom stereo, power windows, and A/C.
Under the hood is a strong running 512 stroker built on the big block 440 platform. Aluminum heads, Comp Cam roller camshaft, and Holley Sniper EFI are just a few of the top-dollar parts equipped on the engine. Please make sure to watch the dyno video on our website. The front suspension is a custom Hotchkis system with tubular upper and lower control arms.
Bottom line: This is a top-notch show car that will steal the show anywhere you take it. The entire build is believed to only have 346 miles and the condition of the car certainly backs that up.
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