This GTX underwent a total ground-up custom build that took three years and $250,000. Photographs and all documents of build are included. The exterior is finished in a custom green paint from House of Kolor, ghost striping on the good and smoked tinted glass. It features all-new metal from the firewall back, replated chrome and an Air Grabber hood scoop.
The entire interior was redone to look stock with an AAR factory-appearing radio that is Bluetooth compatible, Vintage Air, original pistol-grip shifter and Dakota Digital Instruments gauges with new dash panels. The interior floors, firewall, doors and the quarter-panels and trunk all have been lined with Dynamat.
This GTX is powered by a 440ci 6-Barrel engine mated to a 4-speed manual transmission and produces a dyno-tested 508hp and 550 ft/lbs of torque. The engine was bored .040 over with Eagle rods, Edlebrock heads, roller cam and rockers. It has a Lakewood scatter shield covering the Centerforce dual-friction clutch assembly and flywheel. This coupe is also equipped with Moser 9" 3.55 rear end, Traction-Lok, Be Cool radiator with a custom shroud and SPAL electric fans.
It has a billet serpentine belt system, new 6-Barrel carburetors, Edelbrock pump and Mopar electronic ignition. It’s also equipped with TTI headers that are Jet Hot-coated and flow into 2.5" Flowmaster exhaust, front and rear suspension from RKS Motorsports and four-corner coilover with power rack & pinion steering. It has full-length weld-in subframe connectors, Wilwood power disc brakes all around and stainless-steel brake and fuel lines. It rides on Raceline wheels with Nitto tires and has billet gas-charged hood hinges.