Are you the kind of enthusiast who misses the Plymouth brand and dreams of an alternative schedule when it comes to the 2008 retro-modern car that replaced the Plymouth GTX Chrysler Dodge Challenger? Then this may be for you.
This 2010 Dodge Challenger was designed by Steve Mirabelli of Hendrick Motorsports and has been modified to resemble a modern interpretation of the Plymouth GTX.
As a result of four years of construction, the project began in 2017 with a car that, according to CarFax, was recognized as a “total cost.” This appointment came after a trial and hardship in January 2017 when a car was hit by a deer and in January 2017 suffered a “moderate damage” to the front right side and a fire. When the restoration process was completed in 2021, it received the title of “Reconstructed and Rebuilt”.
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The new Plymouth GTX body panels are made of custom-made steel and come with fog lamps, front spoiler and special headlights combined with a special front fascia. The body is painted Tangelo orange, with an extra dark black hood and panoramic stripes. In fact, if you want to take a closer look at everything that goes into this construction, you can get it straight from the horse’s mouth. series of videos supervised the construction.
The car sits on 20-inch five-way Coys wheels with 275/40 Nitto tires on the front and 315/35 tires on the back. It has SRT-8 spindles, Eibach lowering springs and red Brembo brake calipers with holes. The 5.7-liter Hemi V8 is powered by a five-speed automatic transmission.
Inside, at this time, there are white Katzkin leather seats sewn in orange to match the exterior of the car. It’s a 2010 Challenger, it doesn’t have informational entertainment screens, but it does come with an AM / FM stereo and CD player.
The car has 97,000 miles (156,106 km), so it’s not a spring chicken, but it’s certainly unique. If you like it, it can be yours, because it is on sale today Bring a trailer.
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