Take a moment to understand how cool this ultra-low mileage car is.
Not only is it a fire-breathing 2014 Dodge Challenger R/T with a
Hemi V8 and a six-speed, but this is also the ultra rare Mopar '14
Edition. That means an iconic shaker hood direct from the factory,
and the elite status of being only 1 of 100 ever built!
Here's a quick history lesson in modern muscle. Dodge brought back the iconic shaker hood for a limited edition Challenger in 2014. But for the select few who were paying attention there was an even better shaker car available for a hot minute. The Mopar '14 edition not only added the shaker, but also newly introduced Scat Packages for added performance. Only 100 were ever made, and you're looking at one of these instant classics. Not only is it rare, but it also looks the part of a mean machine. With barely any miles on the odometer, the factory Bright white paint still retains its showroom shine. And contrasting it nicely are the dark elements like the deep chin spoiler, black chrome grille, tinted windows, gas cap, full-width rear spoiler, and 20-inch factory alloys finished in black. For even more added distinction, they introduced a new strip package just for this car that's finished in a bold Mopar blue. And of course, there's the genuine shaker protruding from the hood. So the optional hood pins just look like they are there to lock down the beast within.
Inside, are some more great touches, like exclusive Mopar embroidery in the back of the sports bucket seats, Mopar blue stitching in the leather, and the dash has a specially numbered plaque for this very limited edition car. Plus, we all love the look of the iconic pistol grip shifter. And with so few miles on the car, everything looks terrific. You 'll love this for more than just being a collectable; it's also a loaded coupe. You get air conditioning, a power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, tilt/telescopic wheel, heated seats, keyless entry & ignition, cruise control, dual airbags, side airbags, and anti-lock brakes. The AM/FM/CD/XM stereo is a premium touchscreen unit that includes everything from satellite navigation to Bluetooth. But we know your real favorite soundtrack comes from the dual exhaust.
This is such a distinctive package that you'll love parking a car shows and watching people flock to you as they see the hole in the hood that means the legendary shaker is present. And because this is such a low-mileage machine, even the engine bay is ultra clean. Not only is the shaker an absolute icon, but also it helps deliver cold air to the 5.7-liter Hemi V8 underneath it. So while you'd put more miles on this car with one roundtrip from our showroom to Charlotte Motor Speedway, we know you won't be able to resist adding to the odometer. After all, that Hemi loves to rumble, and you control the full thunder and fury with the six-speed manual transmission. Plus, with variable power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, and a track tuned fully independent suspension, this is the powerful muscle car that can run circles around its legacy models.
The Challenger Mopar '14 edition was a classic from day one, and this one has been treated with that level of respect all its life. The sale even comes with the original windows sticker. This is your rare opportunity at collector-grade royalty, don't miss out. Call today!!!
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