Back in 2011, the halo Hellcat project wasn’t awarded any scarce product development money. Then it was shelved. Luckily, the SRT folks kept pushing to make it a production engine. After four months, Chrysler’s product development committee decided to play along.
Let’s be honest, a Dodge Challenger isn’t the best platform to break the 200 mile per hour barrier in a standing mile. Or is it? Pictured above is Joel Highsmith’s custom Dodge Challenger. This monster of a machine sports a Kenne Belle supercharged 426 HEMI making an astonishing 1,012 rear wheel horsepower. Combine that with …
by Patrick Rall
While many of the Mopars that we feature on Tire Shredding Tuesdays are more about “go” than “show” – this week’s video looks at a 1968 Dodge Charger in action after winning a big custom car show. Not much is known about this ’68 Charger shy of the fact that it is located in Sweden, …
by Justin Fivella
While I personally prefer function over form, there’s something to be said for the Stance Movement. This wicked Challenger owned by design artist, Jon Sibal is proof that a slammed stance with the right exterior mods can make for one bad ride! Sibal is a graphic artist with a background heavy into Marvel Comics with …