A 1970 Dodge Charger Custom Known As “Punishment”

A 1970 Dodge Charger Custom Known As “Punishment”

Known as “punishment” on the show circuit, with astonishing attention to every last detail, this Dodge Charger has been awarded among the 15 Best Muscle Cars at SEMA, as well as numerous magazine-listed and Goodguys Awards titles.

Literally no expense was spared in its creation. The vehicle has been designed to feature a great blend of original design touches and modern technology.

Behind the iconic grille, now framed by a custom carbon fiber fender, is a third-generation 620-hp 6.1-liter HEMI engine tailored specifically for this car. It’s powered by a Tremec 6-speed manual transmission and a Dana rear end.

Above the carbon fiber rear bumper is the instantly recognizable 2010 Dodge Challenger taillight design, with carbon exhaust tips that leave a healthy rumble in their wake. The stellar body is covered in a strong metallic grey, which is a theme carried throughout this car.

Technology abounds below, as the Corvette C6’s suspension design is integrated into the forged front chassis and engine bay. The rear suspension design features a Panhard rod and custom 4-link. Rapid braking is induced by 14-inch Wilwood disc brakes and six-piston calipers.

Other touches include Lexan interior fenders, a custom firewall, special radiator support, rear bathtubs, as well as the trunk and trunk floor. It is even made to order.

The well-appointed interior finds perfectly fitting windows, as well as custom door panels and a dash in beautiful Italian leather. Other mentions of the modern Challenger include integrated door handles, side mirrors and Vintage Air. He invested $380,000 in construction.

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