1968 Dodge Super Charger Concept is one killer restomod
The 1,000 horsepower hellephant crate engine deserves only the finest resto mod to sit under the hood, and they have done it here at the Detroit auto show, with this 1968 Dodge Super Charger concept.
It is a slice of Mopar badassery, and you know we got them to start it up.
Now the supercharger gets all that power down to the pavement through a six speed manual transmission, that stock by the way.
That comes right out of a Challenger SRT Hellcat.
And with that giant supercharger you're going to need a hood scoop the size of the entire state of Michigan.
And that is inspired by the Challenger Hellcat Demon.
Those front wheels are pushed forward two inches, the whole thing is lowered, and check out these wide tires.
11 inches wide in the front, and a full foot wide in the rear.
But it's really the whole rear of the car that really stands out.
They moved the Quad exhaust up a level so that they actually come right out of the tail lights, and then they've incorporated that LED glow around it.
I have no idea if this is street legal, but it looks amazing.
Now, if you would like to see this awesome supercharger concept yourself.
Well, I have heard a rumor that it just might show up in March at the Springfest auto show down in Pomona in Southern California.
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