Those bitten by the Dodge bug would be glad as the 1970 Challenger is now put up for sale. The unique ‘Insidious‘ was designed and built by Dave Salvaggio in 2007. It has been entirely revamped, be it inside, outside or under the hood.
The car is drenched in black pearl overlaid with olive and sandstone pearl. The exterior poses a new attire with the door handles, roof rail moulding and trim pieces being taken off. The re-contoured wheel arches and new glass are some new elements.
The scratch build grille and taillights along with new-looking hood, bumpers and front fenders, give it a refreshed look. Under the hood lies a 426 Hemi crate engine coming from Mopar Performance. It comes with custom headers, custom exhaust and a Hillborn EFI unit. It is mated to a Tremec TKO 600 transmission and offers 575 hp (429 kW).
The chassis is rejuvenated and now integrates four-wheel independent suspension and coilover springs. The car is fitted with Symbolic TS15 20-inch wheels and Pirelli P-Zero tires.
Leather and Wilton Wool replaces the vinyl and polyester carpeting while the car shows off Alcantara headliner with the seats enclosed in Spinneybeck leather with suede inserts. Moreover, the leather also covers the piston grip shifter, Tuff steering wheel and dashboard.
The Pioneer DVD sound system would keep you entertained in the plush interior that uis further accentuated with green-gold inserts in the doors and steerling wheels.
This stunning machine can be purchased through R & H Collectibles of Ohio for a price of USD159,000.