Hellcat Beware! This Widebody Charger is a Real Terror
In recent years, Dodge has had no problem crafting its Charger and Challenger into fearsome, imposing street machines… the hallowed Hellcat being the latest and greatest example. But that knockdown performance doesn’t mean the Dodge duo have met their quota for aggression. Not by a long shot. Take this stunning Charger. It packs a thoroughly rakish widebody kit, an interior trimmed for the likes of Beelzebub himself, and aptly totes the moniker "Reaper." If that physique doesn’t send chills down a Hellcat’s spine, I don’t know what does. Madly interested? This four-door of fury is up for grabs on eBay. RELATED: Take a Closer Look at the Sinister 2015 Dodge Charger Hellcat
According to the seller, the Reaper started life as a highly optioned 2011 Dodge Charger R/T Max, coming from the factory with all the bells and whistles minus all-wheel drive. This means there’s a 5.7-liter Hemi V8 under the hood good for 370 horsepower, smoky burnouts, and sprints to 60 mph in under six seconds.
And then came the additions. Up front, an SRT8 bumper leads into a custom steel widebody kit on the sides, and results in eight inches of added width at the rear quarter panel. Underneath, the Charger sits atop 24-inch Forgiato Vizzo wheels with Pirelli Pzero rubber painted on, and features a Ridetech air suspension. Dressed to kill in matte black with red accents and wearing searing red LED headlights and taillights, it’s probably not a car to mess with.
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The red-and-black treatment follows inside as well, covering the leather seats and integrating into the dash, door panels, and custom front and rear center consoles. Most custom cars don't end up looking near as good as the mental image that spawned them. But this raucous Charger most certainly does.
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