The Dodge Challenger is one of the main reasons why the Dodge Charger isn’t offered in coupe. Both of the vehicles share the same platform and they both offer virtually the same engine options.
If you happen to like the looks of the Dodge Challenger better than those of the Dodge Charger you are going to be happy to see what Nick Kizi of Fantasy Collision & Customs creations have come up with.
The crew took the pair of doors away and then filled in the gaps and then proceeded to cut the sedan down the middle and decreased the wheel base by 10 inches. They then merged the whole thing back together.
The rear doors were removed and the front ones were extended, while the roof was brought down by two inches and this made it look like a coupe. They had to widen the fenders at the back by 7 inches and they put on 24 inch diameter wheels, steamrolled 9 inches on the front and 15 inches on the back and the whole process took then 5,000 hours to complete.
The V8 Hemi 5.7 litre was hardly touched, except for the custom exhaust that was added and the roof supplanted with custom glass panel. The Dodge Charger was then given a white paintjob with red pinstripes and the interior was treated to white with red stitching.