The magazine story featuring this 2010 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 asks,
"Is 425 horsepower not enough for you?' That's because this custom
muscle car has a supercharger on top of the big Hemi V8. But more
than just monster power, this total package has interior, exterior,
and lighting upgrades to make sure its not just the motor everyone
is looking at.
Surf Pearl Blue is the perfect color for such a cool car. But it's not just the paint that makes it so special; there's an exceptional level of care, too. This was someone's baby, and it shows in every inch of this car's shining presentation. Plus, you'll love all of the aggressive touches on this top-of-the-line SRT model. The chin spoiler, carbon fiber hood stripes, HEMI vented hood complete w/callouts, and the full-length rear spoiler are all clear indications it's a muscle car for the modern era. But there was a much larger investment in this car that goes beyond factory specs. The strobe side stripes have a great matching carbon fiber appearance; the Dodge hood ornament has been changed to Mopar blue; and there's more chrome giving the front and rear bolder accents. Plus, those big 20-inch AMF alloy wheels have a design the looks like they are radiating power from the wheel wells...very cool.
Inside, the full custom interior features leather bucket seats with comfortable suede inserts that kickoff the full deep black interior package. It really lets you know this Challenger has a dark side, but there's still room for color with the Mopar embroidery on the headrests and the matching streak of exterior-matching blue on the backrests. In fact, have you noticed the purple glow of the lighting? Keep that in mind for later, too. This is a loaded modern muscle machine with all the features you could want, including power heated seats, heated mirrors, power windows, power locks, keyless entry & ignition, cruise control, dual airbags, and side airbags. The AM/FM/CD/XM Bluetooth stereo is a premium touchscreen unit that includes everything from satellite navigation to a thumpin' subwoofer speaker system. But we know you're real favorite soundtrack comes from the dual exhaust. You'll be running with the windows down and power sunroof open so much that you'll be glad to know the air conditioning is blowing ice cold.
When you open the hood, this looks like no other Challenger before it. American Car Craft built that complete stainless under hood treatment (it's also mirrored in the trunk.) This engine bay was built to be on display day or night, and you can see the pictures of the purple glow that highlights the whole custom front end. If you're wondering why a Challenger would need this much flash, all you have to do is take a closer look at the fuel-injected 6.1-liter Hemi V8. This is usually plenty of motor for most folks, but this one is will leave the rest behind with the addition of a Vortech V3 supercharger. Besides just supercharged force, this motor has been upgraded with features such as Arrington aluminum race heads and headers with a custom exhaust. The result is a dyno tested 560 horsepower at the rear wheels per the magazine add. There has been $10K invested in the six-speed automatic transmission so that it can handle the extra power, and there was a 2,800 RPM stall installed to keep you in the best powerband. The fully independent suspension has been upgraded to really make sure you have the best Challenger on the road. Plus, power steering, big Brembo four-wheel disc brakes w/ABS, and Pirelli P-Zero tires are great features to have anytime.
We'll show you the magazine story that makes this Mopar a superstar, but really you already knew it the moment you laid eyes on this supercharged coupe. This is a one-of-a-kind, so if you want it to be yours, hurry up and call today!