Conversion: 300C SRT8 to ’68 Charger

Conversion: 300C SRT8 to ’68 Charger

The latest Chargers got “some” criticism for being 4-door sedan. Mustang, Camaro and Challenger didn’t failed there.

There’s a guy, who did a pretty unusual conversion – he converted 2006 Chrysler 300C SRT8 to 1968 Charger. The convertion actually includes a few origal parts from ’68. You can still see many original Chrysler there: stock Brembos, stock, but still beast 6.1 Hemi, a bit cstomized interior.

This is definitely one of the best effort we’ve seen – respect!

 Images: Le Chat Caméra (via amateurdebeauxchars.forumactif.com)

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