The Dodge Challenger is a beautiful retro themed coupe. All the line-ups come with an array of features. The base version of the 2013 model has automatic climate control, power windows, locks and mirrors, cruise control, CD player, trip computer, keyless entry, and a power driver’s seat. You will get plush Nappa leather seats in SXT models. Heated front seats, ParkSense park assist, fog lamps are the additional features. The Rallye Redline edition comes with lower axle ratio, performance suspension, bigger disc brakes and steering tune. The Rallye model has a typical ‘bad boy’ look about it. The higher models come with Boston Acoustics Premium, HID headlamps, navigation system and in-car wireless internet with a plug in cell network data dongle.
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This rare Dodge Challenger SRT8 392 is a result from very productive co-work. For years Pennzoil and Penske Racing have collaborated on track-proven technology that aids performance and improves efficiency. So, Pennzoil thought it would be a cool idea to create a custom, Penske-themed street car. And Penske, dominating NASCAR with Dodge’s top models, figured the brand’s all-American Challenger would be a perfect starting point. Hands were shook, papers were signed and, before we knew it, Dodge had shipped Penske a copy of its latest and greatest Challenger: the mighty SRT8 392. Fans of each brand were then encouraged to spread the word and, even if they didn’t want to buy any of the companies’ products, enter the contest. And finally, the car you see here, Pennzoil Challenger number 001 of 001, was given to one lucky contestant. If you’re a Mopar collector who wants the ultimate late model Challenger, make no mistake, this car is the ultimate trump card!
In September of 2011 Pennzoil announced their “Join the Pursuit” sweepstakes, offering this Penske Racing-inspired Challenger SRT8 392 as the grand prize. As the only 1 of 1 Challenger Chrysler has ever built, this car is entirely unique — evidenced by its Pennzoil Limited Edition dash plaque that simply reads “001/001”. And with only 1,455 miles on its soft green odometer, it’s a black on black boulevard bruiser that’s factory fresh in virtually every way! You know, we’ve sold or driven just about every variation of the new Challenger, from Mr. Norm’s, to Saleens and even Hennessey cars. And from a total driving experience, this is probably the best one we’ve ever found. The car’s drivetrain, brakes and suspension have been fine tuned to the max, and our own CEO even said the car probably wouldn’t have made it to the sales floor if he had more garage space. Read more for images and interesting info!
Sometimes it seems the Mopar guys are so busy chasing Chargers and Daytonas that they forget about Dodge’s equally awesome, and often more exclusive, Coronet R/T. Available with the same ground-pounding big blocks as its brothers, the stalwart Coronet was the fratzog brand’s reasonably-priced alternative for buyers who wanted big performance for not a lot of money. And ultimately, when it comes to modern day collectability, living in the shadows of those more famous brothers was a great thing for cars like this sinister, HEMI-powered convertible. As one of only eight HEMI/A727 Coronet drop-tops built, and one of only three known to still exist, this square-jawed land rocket is an incredibly rare car that’s freshly restored, highly correct and fully documented from its Chrysler broadcast sheet all the way to its 2012 Galen Govier visual inspection, which landed the car a 1.1 score by Mr. Govier. If you’ve always wanted the chance to own a top notch, investment grade Chrysler, but don’t really care for all the over-hyped ‘regulars’ that seem to dominate the hobby, you’re looking at your next trophy winner! Click on Read more for more cool stuff!
Evolving into the largest homecoming of modern Dodge rear-wheel-drive performance cars, the seventh annual Spring Festival of LXs marked the perfect opportunity to reveal the new 2012 Dodge Challenger Rallye Redline. With its powerful and efficient 305 horsepower engine, paddle-shifting transmission, performance suspension designed to maximize the muscle car’s near 50/50 weight distribution for improved handling, and all-new red hot styling enhancements – this new Challenger delivers exactly what Dodge fans want.
“Infused with Dodge DNA, the new Challenger Rallye Redline adds even more excitement to our iconic muscle car, and to show our appreciation to our most hard-core enthusiasts, we revealed this new model at Spring Fest,” said Reid Bigland, President and CEO, Dodge Brand – Chrysler Group LLC. “With its unique Redline Red accented exterior details, available Radar Red leather, performance suspension and brakes, and 305 horsepower V-6 with paddle shifters getting 27 mpg – this new Challenger fuses the nameplate’s iconic heritage with modern Dodge styling and performance.” Read more!
Dodge Charger Race Car For 2013 Sprint Cup Series Unveiled At LVMS
LAS VEGAS (Sunday, March 11, 2012) – Fans asked for it. NASCAR agreed. SRT Motorsports and Dodge delivered. SRT Motorsports unveiled the 2013 Dodge Charger that will compete in the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series next season at Las Vegas Motor Speedway today in front of the people that asked for the change — the fans. Just as they did with the Dodge Challenger when it was introduced in the NASCAR Nationwide Series two years ago, SRT Motorsports designers and engineers created a race car fans will have no problem identifying on the race track. The defining features of the street Charger have been expertly incorporated into the racing version. Read more!
We present you “one of one” 2009 Dodge Challenger Hurst Black & Gold Supercharged Custom Convertible. This muscle car baby has only 10k miles on the 575 vortech supercharged and guess what – it has never seen rain! Been garaged in Las Vegas. As you know, Hurst Performance closed doors in July 2011 and that makes this convertible hurst completed by “droptop customs” – a truly “one of one” in the world. Click on read more for full description and images!
We can’t miss this super super awesome Dodge Challenger with the featured 22″ CV1s! Such a great combination! This Challenger owner chose the limited edition staggered 22″ CV1′s which contrast well with the purple paint job. Take a look at the super high-quality high-resolution images below. To cap it off, the construction background on which this crazy Challenger contrasts with its Vossel awe-inspiring wheels is a real masterpiece. Click on Read more for the Gallery!
The 1971 Plymouth Viper Custom Cuda is one-of-a-kind thanks to Time Machines. Here are the details:
Engine swaps have been around from the earliest days of motoring. More sophisticated hot rodders pioneered chassis swaps to get more performance and less weight. But rare is the car that can so seamlessly blend two completely different vehicles as seamlessly as this 1971 Plymouth Barracuda convertible. You see, that body is just an illusion, because underneath it’s a 2001 Dodge Viper, complete with a thundering 450 horsepower V10, 6-speed manual transmission, and fully independent suspension. What’s truly exceptional, however, is how beautifully built the entire car is, and the engineering required is truly mind-boggling. Why, just for starters, note that it’s now a two-seater, just like the Viper, although the proportions of the ‘Cuda body remain unchanged. How cool is that? Read more to find out and check out the large gallery!
Today’s featured car is this perfect 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T Plum Crazy 528 HEMI V8 5 Speed. It’s price is around $90,000 and available at RK Motors Charlotte. Here’s the full text from RK Motors Charlotte:
We’re all familiar with the term ‘resto-mod’ and how it gets thrown around to describe cars which
1) haven’t been restored that well and
2) haven’t been modded that much at all.
But, simply put, the true theme of the ‘resto-mod’ movement is: THE BEST OF EVERYTHING. And if there was ever a textbook example of a true-to-form ‘resto-mod’, this 1971 Dodge Challenger has to be it. Showcasing the hard work of a very skilled builder who understands how to enhance the best attributes of a slick, frame-off restoration, this badass Mopar features a slew of handpicked, top-shelf parts which create a classic that can be shown AND driven with the best muscle cars on the road.
Take one glance at this Challengers wet-look Plum Crazy Purple exterior and it’s obvious that the cars top-notch restoration was both thorough and expensive. Take two or three minutes to look down the sides of this rock solid Dodge and you’ll find exact angles and flawless reflections which set it apart from all but it’s most extensively restored peers. Take an hour to visually examination this highly detailed Mopar and you’ll notice that the accent line which runs from nose to tail is expertly paralleled and caps straight quarters that have been painstakingly finished to provide a near flawless canvas for the cars slick, high quality basecoat/clearcoat paint. Take a look at the gallery and click on Read more!
This 1968 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi is listed on ebay.com for the price of US $169,900.00 by Masterpiece Classic Cars. Here’s the detailed description of this beauty.
Big Hemi Customs, led by Jason Bair and Todd Lowden, have brought another masterpiece to the national stage. This just completed ’68 example reaffirms one of the best moves we, as a dealership, have made. Once we became familiar with Big Hemi Custom and after a thorough vetting, an invitation was extended for their talents to be joined with us. Masterpiece Restoration & Build has been formed to accommodate all the restoration and build needs of our clients and patrons. One close look at this Charger and you will agree, Masterpiece has moved to the top of the game. Also of course you can look to Masterpiece for a steady stream of these stellar productions to be on offer and available for immediate acquisition.
The 1968 Dodge Charger is one of a few car models that transcends the normal limitations of a brand and enjoys a wide glance of buyers. Not dissimilar to a Corvette, Camaro or a Mustang…Just to name a couple. The car has style and attitude by the bucket load and is a perfect candidate for a Pro Touring Custom. And because of that, when this car is on offer, it isn’t just Mopar fans chasing their dream. Ford guys, GM guys and import collectors alike all regularly have one of these inside their collections. She is one of the safest bets to invest your collector dollars. Read more and check out the image gallery!