What’s better than a 1970 Dodge Charger?
Well, this is: A 1970 Dodge Charger made entirely of carbon fibre with a brand spanking new 6.2-litre supercharged V8 straight outta of a Dodge Challenger SRT demon. Jirre, talk about perfection…
It’s built by an American tuning company called Speedkore, which is rather appropriate. Because, although they don’t release the numbers, you probably know all too well what the SRT Demon already does.
It breaks necks with 715kW and that's not up for interpretation.
Then, the inside: Cigar leather. You know, that hipster kind of expensive leather, which is now wrapped around Recaro seats, which, all together, helps paint this picture of restomod perfection. From the suspension to that facia, all is custom worked and all is nothing short of spectacular.
And it ought to be. The thing costs R6-million to buy, which is a lot.
A lot yes, but worth every cent! What say you?