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Autotrader Find: Dodge Challenger Superbird Conversion

You’re looking at a 2014 Dodge Challenger R/T. Except, with one quick glance, you can tell this isn’t just any 2014 Challenger R/T. Instead, this is a Challenger that’s been converted into a Plymouth Road Runner Superbird clone, complete with the giant shopping car-style rear wing on the back.

I’ve featured one of these before, back in October 2016, but there’s another one on Autotrader that I felt worthy of another feature — just because it’s such a ridiculous sight for anyone who’s used to seeing run-of-the-mill Challenger models.

The wing is, of course, crazy, as it mimics the giant rear wing on the back of the original Plymouth Road Runner Superbird, which was sold in 1970. But to me, the front end of this car is even more ridiculous: The standard Challenger front end is gone, and it’s been replaced with a long, pointy front clip that perfectly mimics the original Superbird — and totally transforms the look of the Challenger. Naturally, to cap it all off, this thing is purple, with purple brake calipers and purple interior accents.

And it doesn’t stop with the Superbird body conversion: This Challenger also boasts a supercharger for extra power, upgraded brakes and larger aftermarket wheels. It’s offered for sale at Warwick Autopark in rural Lititz, Pennsylvania, near Harrisburg, where it’s priced at $45,995. That’s much higher than a standard 2014 Challenger — but then again, this is no standard 2014 Challenger. Find a Dodge Challenger for sale

Doug DeMuro is an automotive journalist who has written for many online and magazine publications. He once owned a Nissan Cube and a Ferrari 360 Modena. At the same time.

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