HPP Challenger Superbird Conversions at the 2013 Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup

These HPP Challenger Superbird conversions were getting a ton of attention at the show. Not cheap! The kit alone is $18,000. What do you think? More pics plus video after the jump!

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By Editor on June 2, 2013 · Posted in 21st Century Mopars, Dodge, Events

7 Comments | Post Comment

74Furyous says:

If you’ve got the money, why not? It’s a cool tribute. Looks to be well engineered. Did they do any kind of wind tunnel testing?

Posted on June 2nd, 2013

waytofurious says:

If I had the money I would get one.

Posted on June 2nd, 2013

2012 Challenger 'Daytona" says:

[…] Saw two of these at the Mopar Spring Roundup car show in Everett, WA on June 2nd. They are decent but not really as nice as I would have thought. The parts are nicely made, from what I could see, but the proportions are wrong when compared to the real Charger SuperBirds, of which this show usually has 5-6 on display. I think it was a father/son team that is apparently local to the area who brought them to the show. They won 1st and 2nd in the 2008 and newer Challenger Modified class. If you want to see and read more check out a local blog at – HPP Challenger Superbird Conversions at the 2013 Mopars Unlimited Spring Roundup | Mopar Blog […]

Posted on June 6th, 2013

Chris Huffman says:

Hey guys! I’m Chris from H-PAC (Huffman Performance Accessories), we represent HPP here on the west coast and brought these two conversions out. If you are interested in obtaining a Superbird or Daytona conversion for your new challenger give us a call. Jeff @ (206) 396-5159, Bob @ (206) 371-5324 or myself @ (425) 877-7876.

Posted on August 4th, 2013

David Kimball says:

HOW CAN I FIND A CHALLENGER SUPERBIRD WING DECAL

Posted on January 29th, 2014

Brad says:

So why not use a compound engine setup ? Twin turbo & a supercharger , because the supercharger is only good to say 4,200 rpms ,but it will spool up the turbo’s faster & the turbo will keep digging for power till you take your foot off the pedal. Plus if you have $30,000 for the car & $18,000 for the kit what’s a few more to have top bird of the street ? You could even do a engine setup like BRADLEY GRAY’S 1969 RED CAMARO .

Posted on September 20th, 2014

Doc Rings says:

How about a Daytona Decal kit…for the Dodges…? (I like ’em both)

Posted on October 9th, 2014