As the most famous muscle car produced by Dodge, the Challenger was reintroduced in 2008 as a retro-inspired muscle car for the modern day. Much like when it was first introduced in 1970, Dodge offers a variety of trim levels and engine options to meet the demands of buyers today. However, there is one option Dodge had available in the 1970s but not offered today: a convertible top. That’s where Convertible Builders, LLC, of High Springs, Florida, stepped in to offer buyers the car that Dodge doesn’t offer.
This 2015 Challenger started as a Sublime Green Challenger R/T, and underwent the full transformation to remove the solid roof and replace it with a full power convertible top. With the conversion done, the car still retains a large portion of its trunk and interior space, but features all the necessary structural reinforcements necessary for safety and stability. Additionally, features like power roll-down quarter windows, heated rear window and full fabric headliner are included to give the car a truly refined factory feel. With less than 1,000 miles on the odometer, it’s in showroom-fresh condition
In addition to the convertible top, the Challenger also received custom upholstery on the seat with green accents to match the exterior paint. This – combined with the factory amenities like an 8.4-inch touchscreen, power seats, automatic transmission, 5.7-liter HEMI engine and finished in a color only available in 2015 – makes this Challenger a turn-key cruiser ready for the streets.