This Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack Go-Kart is Your Dream Mopar

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Imagine what you could do with a running R/T Scat Pack drivetrain.

The 2017 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack is an incredible performance car from the factory. You can walk into almost any Dodge dealership in the country and drive out in a sexy two-door coupe with 485 horsepower.

2017 Dodge Challenger R/T Scat Pack Kart

So, what if you want all that performance, but prefer the old school MOPAR looks and style? Well, we may just have the answer for you in this Challenger Kart for sale by Cleveland Power and Performance. Unfortunately, someone had a crash in a 1,500 mile 2017 Challenger R/T Scat Pack. Fortunately for you, the fully-drivable kart can be yours.

The performance, reliability, and efficiency of a modern 6.4 liter “392” Hemi is unbeatable against a ’60s-era 440 big block. In this lovely package, you get the full running drivetrain with a 6-speed manual transmission and limited-slip rear differential.

You also get the full suspension, brakes, wheels, tires, and interior, which is everything you need to build the 1968 Charger of your dreams; all you need is a body for it. Really, the resto-mod possibilities are endless.
 

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The biggest issue with doing a resto-mod with a modern motor is all the wiring, electronics, and sensors you need to get the motor running. This package has everything; you even can drive it before you buy it. On the other hand, if you have an early modern V6 Challenger, this could be the way to get the Scat Pack without buying a new car.

Our dream is to buy this and build a one-off Challenger convertible. Of course, it would need fabrication, but most of the hard work has been done. Heck, you could even make it into a Challenger speedster with a custom low-profile windshield. Or you could just turn it into a fun track car. The sky (and your wallet) are the only limits. Let us know what you would do with the Challenger Kart in the comments.

Patrick Stevenson is an Internet Brands’ contributor to 6SpeedOnline, Honda-Tech, Corvette Forums, 5series.net, and MBworld. He is also a host on The Motor Affair Podcast.


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