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2009 Custom Dodge Challenger SRT8

792 RWHP Daily driver

This picture was taken at the 2012 NOPI Nationals. NOPI featured my car at the NOPI Chic booth. The crowds were in love both with my car and the NOPI Chic on the hood. Or possibly just the NOPI Chic.

These ladies could not wait to meet the incredible guy that drives this high end muscle car. I would love to say that the meeting turned into a wild carnal night of hedonistic pleasure, but the reality was they were cold and my cars engine was still very warm.

Front 3/4 view with updated paint and graphics.

Here is my car with new paint and graphics at the Alabama International Auto Show in November 2012

Here you can see the embroidary on the headrests as well as on the center console armrest. Ed BIG DADDY Roth would be very proud of this car.

This is how I treat my car. Just the way a performance car should be treated. And yes, I did have to buy new rear tires after this photo shoot was done.

The interior is completely custom with new leather seats designed by RoadWire Leather Interiors, custom embroidary thanks to Jinas Simple Sew, DVD headrests and sound from Infinity

New hood paint and graphics. All air brushed.

Supercharged, nitrous injected 426 HEMI. 792 RWHP, 821 RWTQ and 25.1MPG

Here is my car at the 2010 World of Wheels car show at the BJCC. The woman is WWE Diva Maria. She loved the car and took many pictures with it. She said that the red was her favorite color. This woman belongs in a muscle car! She had a body that only countless hours in a gym could produce.

It turns out that one of the stars of Disneys Wizards of Waverly Place Robert Henrie (Justin) also owns a 2010 Challenger. He stopped by for about 20 minutes to talk challenger with me. We had little kids flocking around wondering why "Justin" was talking about cars and not to them. It just goes to show you that there are car guys everywhere.

This is what you receive when you win 1st in Class at the 2010 World of Wheels at the Birmingham, AL BJCC. The trophy is as tall as my daughter. We also won for outstanding club display.

Billet Tech polished catch can, helps keep oil mist from the PCV out of the intake manifold. That and it looks cool too.

Here is my best 1/4 mile run so far. Once I get the launch down and get beter tires, 11 second QTR mile runs are very possible.

This is the PROPER WAY to drive a Dodge Challenger.

Video and audio clips

Here is one of my dyno runs. I hope the sound comes through.


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Anonymous on Dec 29, 2008 said:


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Anonymous on Feb 22, 2009 said:

This is my dream car!!! It's absolutely gorgeous!

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Anonymous on Feb 27, 2009 said:

I like these cars better than the new camaro

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Nova03 on Jul 15, 2009 said:

Love your ride dude. I just bought a 2009 Challenger srt8, looking to mod. Can you tell me where and what the 85mm throttle body upgrade is as well as the steel braded lines.

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snakepitt1 on Jul 16, 2009 said:

85mm throttle body from Modern Muscle. Not much in the way of HP improvements, BUT, driveability and throttle response greatly improved. Steel braided lines from BMC Performance.

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Anonymous on Dec 10, 2009 said:

Where Did you get those wire loom? Do they come in different colors?

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Heavymetal on Jun 21, 2010 said:

Nice! Ill be sure to get one but with a different color. I did not know you could buy a new car from a dealer and win a first place trophy at a contest. Amazing!

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snakepitt1 on Jun 22, 2010 said:

You can not buy the car and win a trophy. First you need to invest countless hours replacing suspension components, brakes, exhaust, intake strut towers, add carbon fiber, change throttle bodies, upgrade ignition, add polished billet tanks, add a line lock and nitrous, make sure that everything looks like the factory would have installed it, add braided hoses and a billet water neck along with a lower temp thermostat, have a good dyno tune, and then spend around 32 hours working the paint until it looks like glass. THEN enter in a show.

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Brandon on Jun 22, 2010 said:

Go easy Heavymetal. I get your point about buying a new car and entering it in a show as you bought it, but that's not what Snakepitt did. As he points out, he made his new school ride "his" with the work he did on it.

Snakepitt is no stranger to old school muscle - check out his sweet '68 Firebird (look just under "Related" above).

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Anonymous on Jul 13, 2010 said:

Привет с Киева! Прикольные девчонки!

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Brandon on Jul 13, 2010 said:

That last comment is in Russian, and a friend at work translated it as:

"Hello from Kiev! Cool girls!"

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Anonymous on Apr 26, 2011 said:

Looking at it is a pure delight....I'd rather be driving it tho (place really b i g smile here)

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Anonymous on May 29, 2011 said:

The 2 modern muscles standin next to that Charger ain't too shabby either, theye'd make the needle on a heart mach dyno. twist off!!

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Showgun on Jan 11, 2013 said:

Awesome ride very nicely done !

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azmusclecar on Dec 23, 2014 said:

I see you visit both Hooters AND The Tilted Kilt.......hard to focus on cars with all that around...........

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snakepitt1 on Dec 23, 2014 said:

It is important to go where the ladies are.

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Warrior on Jun 2, 2015 said:

Rad ride. The ladies are quite the treat as well. Smokin!

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