The Hemi Orange has been re-shot with a Black R/T stripe down either side and the Matte Black fiberglass cowl hood has a thermal coating to prevent warping. The rear fenders were opened up just enough to add those fat rear tires! All paint and body work was fabricated and finished by Restorations by Rob in Buckeye, Arizona- a Mopar specific outfit- who also refitted the power-operated convertible top and hydraulics.
This RestoMod is done right- it looks great, sounds great and drives great not to mention the history of being a real Challenger convertible holds a lot of value. [ omitted ]. [ omitted ].
There was no expense spared on the engine work either which was done by an NHRA specialist in Tempe, Arizona- the 471 CID V8 motor pumps out 510hp and 600lb ft of torque according to the seller’s records and is loaded with performance parts such as aluminum heads, Crane roller rockers, forged pistons and a Hughes cam. The Victor intake has been set up for NO2 with twin tanks in the trunk but it has never been used. A Ron Davis radiator with dual electric fans takes care of cooling and this Mopar has some ATTITUDE with a loud performance exhaust system comprising of Hooker headers feeding 3.