Motor Trend strapped a Challenger SRT Hellcat to a dyno. The rear wheel horsepower hit 635. Allowing for the power lost to the drivetrain gives a calculated 722 horsepower at the crank! Find more info at autoevolution. Video after the jump!
We’re all for saving/restoring every Mopar that has led a rough life, especially a winged warrior. However, there comes a point where you simply have no choice but to say a small prayer then scavenge it for parts. This 1969 Charger Daytona was bulldozed into a ravine to make way for a dam! Per the story at BangShift, the plan is to rebuild the poor girl. That would be great but the result would simply be a 1969 Charger with a nose cone, wing, window plug and a Daytona VIN. More pics after the jump!
Featured in the August 2014 issue of Mopar Collectors Guide, this 1968 Dart is now for sale on eBay. Originally a slant six car, it was built to resemble a Super Stocker, complete with a 712 horsepower Hemi! A change of ownership and the car was then transformed into a tribute to Bob Riggle and his Hemi Under Glass II. (purely a tribute as there never was a Hemi Under Glass II Dart). The one off white tires were added as the owner like Tyco slot cars from the 70’s that had white tires! All photos (more after the jump) were taken by Tim Costello and are from the Mopar Collectors Guide photo shoot. Follow the eBay auction here. Asking price: $150,000.
1963 Sport Fury, 426 Max Wedge,11.1:1 compression, 415 HP at 5600 RPM, dual-quad “short ram” intake, high-lift cam, free flowing exhaust, manual trans and Sure Grip differential. Yeah, that’s a muscle car. Video after the jump!
The word on the street was that Dodge was to officially unveil the 2015 Charger SRT Hellcat at the Woodward Dream Cruise in a few days. They were apparently unable to contain themselves. Ladies and gentlemen, Dodge presents the fastest sedan in the world! Find more info at The Truth About Cars. More pics after the jump!
Well, it’s a Dodge. That we know. Find more info at autoevolution.