Garrett and Jesse James have teamed up for the SEMA build.
Doors open to the SEMA show in Vegas on October 31. And when they do, expect to see the usual crop of the weirdest, wildest rides imaginable. The latest build that will be making its way to SEMA show floor comes to us courtesy of Honeywell Garrett, and famed vehicle customizer and TV personality Jesse James – and it looks awesome.
Garrett together with James and Roadster Shop will debut a biturbocharged 1964 Dodge Polara. The short-lived Polara was produced for just 14 years between 1959 and 1973. The build will feature two of Garrett’s most powerful turbochargers affixed, naturally, paired to a Hemi V8, with a number of unique features both inside and out.
On the exterior, the Polara with be highlighted by a unique set of Forgeline monoblock wheels wrapped in Nitto NT05R tires. The body will sit on a custom Roadster Shop Fast Track Chassis, and the exterior will be given a patina’d finish. The interior, meanwhile, will be done up in a custom quilted black leather finish on the seats, with chrome and aluminum accents throughout – including a three-spoke chrome steering wheel wrapped in black leather.
The duo doesn’t say how much power the Polara will put out, but given the biturbo Hemi under the hood, and the three-point safety harnesses, don’t be shocked to see somewhere in the neighborhood of 1,000 horsepower (745 kilowatts).
The Polara will be joined by hundreds of unique builds when doors open to SEMA later this month, including some that we've already featured, like an extreme Santa Fe Sport built by Rockstar Energy and Hyundai, a stunning 1967 Chevy C-10 restomod built to honor of the truck’s 100th anniversary, and plenty others.