This stunningly aggressive Dodge Challenger started life as a fully-loaded model equipped with the Scat Pack, purchased in January of this year with the aim to be highly modified.
The resulting car is a collaborative effort, as ChallengerTalk forum user Hawaiianeze explains. He got help from a bunch of mod making companies, including Toyo Tires, Borla, Recaro and Stop Tech thereby turning the build into something radically different to stock.
Aside from the obvious Liberty Walk exterior kit, it also has 20-inch rims by Rotiform, air suspension, the hood from a Hellcat, Recaro seats, Alcantara center console and door panels and finally a Hurst short shifter.
Later he added a carbon fiber roof and spoiler plus some additional exterior detailing using the material.
What do you think: is this a good way to go to spruce up one’s new Challenger? Does the Japanese style work?