’09 Wide Body Challenger R/T (Specs & Photos)


Details by the Owner Own Word : This 2009 Challenger R/T was created by Classic Design Concepts in Novi, MI and is the prototype for CDC’s Group II wide body. This very famous vehicle won the Chrysler Design Award at SEMA in 2008 and was on the cover of Mopar Enthusiast magazine.

The Trans Am inspired styling of the wide body kit increases the width of the vehicle by a total of 6″ that allows the massive 20″ 3-piece custom wheels and tires. This Challenger features composite front fenders with aerodynamic canards that tie the fenders to the stock chin spoiler and the rear quarters are 3-dimensional billboard flares that complete the retro styling.

Features a CDC functional Shaker system with composite heritage hood, CDC stainless mesh grille, CDC sequential taillights, CDC hood struts and a Procharger P-1SC-1 supercharger with air to air intercooler that produces 479rwhp. Also includes Pypes performance exhaust, KW suspension VI coilover, Baer Extreme 14″ GP brake system and USW forged 20″ crossover wheels.

The interior includes Alea custom leather front and rear seats and door panels done in Ferrari Daytona style. Clarion head unit with Rockford Fosgate Power Series amps and speakers for a total of 3,000 watts. This was a one-off, no expense spared build and turns heads everywhere it goes. Less than 6,000 actual miles.



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