In case sports cars were evaluated by their stripes…
On the Challenger you will find black stripes and white stripes, and stripes that run the length of the car or right down the middle.
Actually, there are plenty various patterns and colors, it’s really difficult to tell what’s a stripe and what was this Dodge’s authentic body color…
…our guess is neon green.
According to CCG Automotive, this American muscle machine is an example of “fahrzeugfolluerung,” which can be translated to “car wrapping.”
And if you have not currently guessed, that roughly translates to “lots of stripes!”
Fortunately, the transformation is deeper than vinyl decals, because CCG also replaced the stock 6.1-liter V-8 with a 7.0-liter Stroker Hemi V-8 that creates 600 bhp and 470 lb.-ft. of torque.
In a pretty unusual move to keep running costs low, and especially after equipping the car with this monster motor, CCG has also installed a 120-liter LPG fuel tank.
Scissor-style doors and black 22-in. alloy wheels round out the exterior modifications.
Inside, the headliner and dashboard have been covered with Alcantara trim.
Well, not everybody will find this design interesting, or even attractive, but some of you certainly will…
…so check the gallery below and don’t be shy to share with us your thoughts about this, we must to say unusual Challenger’s transformation.