Although this is a classic American muscle car, this fully modified 1970 Dodge Challenger comes from Australia. Built by famous custom builder Rob Zahabi, this classic Mopar represents the pinnacle in modernizing and modifying a legendary classic muscle car. Therefore, today we will see all the details that make this ’70 Challenger awesome in every aspect.
To the classic body has been given a modern character by removing the trim and beautifully integrating the bumpers to the body. The front has a modern xenon lights with custom made grille with Havoc badge. At the rear there is a minimalistic design with modern led tail lights with also big led illuminated Havoc badge.
Inside this Havoc 1970 Dodge Challenger we can see complete makeover where the modern gauges has been beautifully integrated. We can see modern dashboard with three spoke steering wheel and huge screen at the center console, so now this classic Mopar looks more like a modern supercar.
Kam Rides for this Havoc 1970 Dodge Challenger had decided to go with a Chryslers 572 cubic-inch, 9.4 liter HEMI big-block engine that has been additionally ProCharged. Therefore now this beast makes easily over 1000 horsepower. Behind the engine there is a Tremec T56 6-speed manual transmission. Underneath there is a full custom Air suspension connected with huge 20-inch American Legends Blackhawks wheels.