Meet The Unique 1969 Dodge Charger RT With Viper V10 Engine
We believe that there is no person on earth that can resist an epic 1969 Dodge. Every one of us wants to own such a monster! One guy had that exact dream. For almost two years Brent Farrell was looking for this perfect car, and when he saw one on a blog, he knew that he got to have that project-ready Mopar! The car it has a customized 2005 Viper V-10 engine in its original, standard 1969 Dodge Charger body. There is a handmade steel-tube frame underneath, so it want get twisted up.
Immediately Brent made a decision to meet the owner of this tremendous ride. As he took a first look at it, he was very jealous at the owner for having it! The engine of the car was made by Dick Vandezelden, it’s a 2005 Gen III V-10 Viper. There are CP pistons and Oliver’s rods. The car is also equipped with a fabricated oil pan, an air intake, Jet-Hot coated exhausts and stainless steel headers. The V-10 engine is producing 605 horsepower’s.
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And when it comes to suspension, Xtreme Innovations and Fabrications did a remarkable job. They equipped the car with all custom made parts, to fit perfectly, a custom made K member, a pinion and rack steering, control arms, Afco’s coil overs and Viper made sway bar at the front. The car has a Tremec T-56 six-speed manual that is also from the `05 Viper. The wheels, which are Michelins sizing (275/35ZR18 at the front and 345/35ZR19 at the rear end) are 18×10 inches up front and at the rear are 19×13 inches.
In charge for the interior was Ricky Rods. He placed AM gauges, Billet Specialties steering wheel, Dodge Neon front buckets, Panasonic audio system, navigation, headliner, tweed and leather upholstery, door, kick panels and floorboards. The exterior was also made by XIF. They manufactured the floors, the trunk pan and the fuel cell all by hand. They have stretched the wheel base for 2 inches, shaved the bumpers, fitted a steel made tube frame that is 2×3 inches, and finally coated the car with the PPG black paint.