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Droptop Customs Convertible Dodge Challenger Cuda SRT8 Hemi

February 16th, 2011 1 comment

When we saw this car, we had to share it with you… Check out this awesome Dodge Challenger Convertible made by Droptop customs!

Based on a 2009 Challenger, DropTop Customs took it into their own hands to create a Convertible Challenger. Powered by a 6.1 Liter Hemi SRT8, and aftermarket parts such as a Mopar Catback exhaust, Hurst Shifter with pistol grip and a 6 speed manual transmission. Besides being a convertible, the Challenger is fitted with a custom body kit, shaker hood and a HCX retro bumper with a special paint job right from the 70s. They finish it off with a killer sound system featuring a Kicker audio system, and drop it on KW coilovers on 20 inch BBS wheels and Pirelli PZero Tires.

With the awesome sound of a 6.1L Hemi, you can now hear it ever so clearly with the top down. One of our favorite modern day hot rods… what beats a Convertible Challenger?

2005 Ford Mustang GT Build Up

October 3rd, 2009 No comments

TWN SCRD GT is a member of our Ford Mustang Forum and has started a thread on his 2005 Ford Mustang GT and it’s build.

Follow the full thread with updates here: 2005 Ford Mustang GT Build Up


Follow the full thread with updates here: 2005 Ford Mustang GT Build Up

I am one HELL of a car NUT. Anything and all aspects about cars… I LOVE. It runs in my blood, it guides my life, and alot of my money and free time go into it. My current residence is in Savannah, TN with my wife of a year and a half, Emily.

The Car: 2005 Ford Mustang GT. Satin Silver, 5 speed, and some bolt ons. EVerything that has been done to this car, has been, and will be done by ME. No shop has ever worked on my car, except for my best friend to do my alignments at his Firestone store in Colorado Springs.

The Goods: Alot of this stuff has yet to be installed due to me being in Iraq for the past 10 months… but the time is getting close.
-Kenne Bell 2.6 liter Twin Screw supercharger, intercooled, stage 2, with Kenne Bell Boost-A-Pump
-DIY Black powdercoated valve covers
-Moroso Coolant, -Moroso Oil catch Can
-Moroso Power Steering Tank
-Speed of Sound A-Pillar dual gauge pod
-Stewart Warner boost and Fuel Pressure gauges.
-Steeda Belt Tensioner
-Spec Stage 2 Clutch and Billet Steel Flywheel (Ordered and Received but not installed yet)
-Steeda Ultra-Lite Springs, BMR Front camber adjusting bolts.
-BMR Tubular Radiator support
-Tokico DSpec Shocks, fully adjustable, front and rear. (Not installed yet)
-Steeda Lower and Upper rear control arms, non-adjustable.
-Diablosport MAFia (Will be coming off when the supercharger goes on)
-Hurst short throw Billet Plus shifter with Hurst white ball, or Pistol grip knob.
-Bassani Modular X Pipe with the high flow cats installed. Stock mufflers, stock headers.
-SCT XCal2 with my own tunes.
-30% window tint, also done by me.
-Hurst Line-Loc (Ordered, but have not installed yet due to being in Iraq)
-Shelby Type S1 wheels, F: 20×9 +35 and Sumitomo HTRZIII 275/35/20 R:20×10 +30 and Sumitomo HTRZIII 295/35/20
- Extra pair of OEM 10 spoke wheels, with a set of MT ET Street Drag Radials, 26×11.50×15

I think that is everything. Most of that stuff isn’t even on the car yet… lol.

Follow the full thread with updates here: 2005 Ford Mustang GT Build Up

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