This 1970 Dodge Challenger Has a Ginormous Viper Engine

The Dodge Challenger Hellcat, with its 707-horsepower engine, is like the Eighth Wonder of the World. Everyone drools over it — and rightly so. But what if you want a classic Challenger with a monster of an engine and a whole bunch of power? This V10-wielding Challenger might be your alternative. On the outside, you're looking at a 45-year-old-muscle ear, but under the hood is something a lot newer. It has a 2004 3rd Generation Viper 8.3-liter naturally-aspirated V10 that — thanks to a few adjustments — boasts 550 horsepower. It's all paired to the Viper's 6-speed manual. RELATED: See Photos of the 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat There have been plenty of other modifications to this Dodge including Flow Master mufflers, 3-inch aluminum exhaust, Qa1 adjustable coilover shocks, stainless steel feed and return fuel lines, adjustable links and billet mounts, and custom Foose 18" wheels. The list also includes some purely cosmetic mods. You'll find custom lights under the fender walls, tail lights from a 2010 Dodge Challenger, smoked window glass, leather door panels, kick panels and console double stitched with snake skin inserts, and a carbon fiber dash and pistol grip shifter handle. This unique car was recently up on Ebay for $88,000 but bidding topped out at $41,000. I mean, it's no Hellcat, but it certainly is something. RELATED: See Photos of the 1971 Dodge Challenger HEMI R/T   RELATED: See Photos of the 2014 SRT Viper TA _______________________________________ Click Here to Read the Original Article on BoldRide