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Time to get excited about a modern custom that celebrates one of the coolest heritages in muscle cars. This 2010 Dodge Challenger "Superbird" gives you the appearance of a legend, a ton of modern convenience, and street-eating supercharged HEMI V8.
If Chrysler is going to build retro-looking sports cars, this only seems like the next logical step, right? Heide Performance Products (HPP) made it a reality for a select few. Everyone loves the aerodynamic nose with functioning headlight doors that was designed to help these cheats the wind on NASCAR tracks. And of course, the huge rear wing is the bird's calling card. But this one also takes the time to get the details right with elements like the hood pins, side air scoops, and custom rear panel. Sure, they could have kept it in the Dodge family and made a Charger Daytona. But really, you know you love the bolder touches like the blacked-out beak and Road Runner graphics that the Plymouth version made famous. And while this is a rare bird, it's also the first of its species. There is paperwork to show this was Heide's production 001. And because underneath it all this is a low-mileage late model car, all the factory features are how you like them. So the Blue Pearl paint retains its fantastic clearcoat shine, and the only things brighter are the special HPP Plymouth alloys.
The interior looks quite impressive, and like-new in almost every way. After all, with only 7,225 miles on the odometer, there wasn't a lot of seat time. The leather bucket seats with suede-like inserts look awesome with their blue-streak in the back and blue Superbird embossing in the headrests. In fact, the exterior-matching blue has been tastefully added throughout the interior for a high-quality feel. This is a loaded modern muscle machine with all the features you could want, including a power driver's seat, power windows, power locks, keyless entry & ignition, cruise control, dual airbags, side airbags, power steering, and ice-cold air conditioning. The AM/FM/CD/Sirius stereo is a premium modern touchscreen unit that includes a USB input, and Bluetooth. More than just comfortable, this is a true performance machine. That's why you have the crisp white-face gauges and a pistol-grip shifter. And have you noticed the extra readouts on the A-pillar yet?
Under the hood is where this Superbird really earns its wings. The numbers-matching 6.1-liter HEMI V8 has a bright cherry on top that is going to get you plenty of attention. The Kenne Bell supercharger delivers the kind of wallop of added power that makes this Superbird ready to be a Hellcat. Besides just supercharged force, this motor has been upgraded with features such as a cold air induction and better fuel injection rails. It's a total power package that you're in full control of thanks to the six-speed manual transmission. It even has a new clutch. And because this is a modern sports machine, you also have the right driving components, like a fully-independent sports suspension, four-wheel disc brakes, and Pirelli tires.
So you have a unique and awe-inspiring design on the outside, a comfortable coupe on the inside, and a powerful supercharged V8 under the hood. It's the first example of the HPP Superbird, and you don't want to miss out. Call today!!!
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