This special limited edition 2015 Dodge Challenger Hurst Hellcat
GSS is a highlight at the MAXmotive Pittsburgh Showroom. Only 2315
miles have been logged, and it presents beautifully. Of course it
sports the supercharged 6.2L Hellcat Hemi, and behind that is a
rugged Tremec 6-speed manual. Hurst provided one of its famous
shifters, a Billet Plus Short Shifter with Chrome Arm and the
trademark white shifter ball. Garnished in B5 Blue with special
wide white stripes, the car is distinguished with Hurst logos on
the fenders as well as unique Hurst Stunner 20x10 chrome wheels. A
unique interior features Katzkin Tuscany leather seats with
contrasting stitching and carbon weave trim. A unique serial number
dash plaque authenticates this Mr. Norm's Challenger. The car is
extremely well-optioned with such goodies as the SRT performance
pages, 8.4-inch touchscreen with navigation, and a 900 watt,
18-speaker Harman/Kardon surround system. GSS is Grand Spaulding
Special from the legendary days of Mr. Norm's Grand Spaulding
Dodge, a source of extreme performance Mopars during the muscle car
era. Norm Kraus was heavily involved in the performance world up to
and including fuel funny cars, and the name Mr. Norm is highly
respected today as one of the pioneers that fueled what became the
muscle car era. See detailed photos at www.maxmotive.com.
2015 Dodge Challenger
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