Just wrapping up a few last SEMA posts today. How about this 1972 Plymouth Duster in the Quick Time Performance booth? Too bad the hood was closed! More pics after the jump!
SEMA covers the full spectrum of anything and everything car industry related. Be it new car reveals, new aftermarket parts or wild customs sporting innovative new ideas, there is something for everybody. How about a Chrysler 300 modified to look like a Rolls Royce Drophead Coupe? Replete with a 200 hp 2.7L six, fiberglass seating, foam steering wheel, felt centre screen and missing trim pieces. More at Leftlane News. More pics after the jump.
Nice to see these older B-bodies getting some respect! More pics after the jump!
Here’s another cool Mopar parked out front at SEMA. It features an all aluminum 572 Hemi with a Tremec 5 speed. More pics after the jump!
This widebody 1968 Dodge Charger is a work in progress but we can tell it’s gonna be amazing. Twin turbo Nelson Racing 572ci Hemi rated at 2,000 hp! We will keep you posted on the build. But for now, check out the rest of the pics after the jump!
Mopar Muscle Magazine called this “the coolest Daytona at SEMA” on their Facebook page. Maybe they are hiring interns who don’t know Mopars? Cause this is a Chevy-powered movie car. Note that the hood is closed… More pics after the jump!
This 1969 Plymouth Valiant is my favorite Mopar at SEMA this year. I dig the “natural junkyard patina.” It features a modern 6.4 liter Hemi and a Tremec 6-speed transmission. More pics after the jump!
Saw this wild ‘Cuda convertible parked out front at SEMA today. Lots more pics after the jump!
The Shaker hood is back. Yes, we’ve seen aftermarket versions for the Challenger, but this is a factory setup and is available on Challengers for the 2014 model year. That not good enough for you? The R/T Shaker packages includes the “Super Track Pak, with high-performance steering gear, brake linings and monotube shock absorbers, P245/45R20 Goodyear Eagle F1 Super Car three-season tires and three-mode electronic stability control (ESC) with “full off” mode.” Dodge also unveiled the New Mopar ’14 Challenger–only 100 of these will be built. Last but not least, the Scat Pack is officially back! This not only includes “three Mopar-engineered stage kits arriving in Spring 2014” but a whole club package reminiscent of the original Scat Pack. Lots more pics of the Mopar booth plus the full press release after the jump!