SEMA: 1970 Dodge Challenger by Henry County Rods
This car is drop dead gorgeous. The lightly pearlized white paint just glows and that new HEMI crate motor means this thing will fly every time you get tower clearance. Looks so mean and raw compared to its modern interpretation sitting on the other side of the display. Built by Henry County Rods, the 6.1-liter V-8 puts out 460 hp and 432 lb./ft. of torque. Flowing through a pistol-grip 5-speed Tremec with 4.30 gears, it should be pretty quick in the stoplight grand prix. Thankfully the exterior gives few cues to what's under the hood, so most people get a pretty good shock when they peer inside the engine bay. One of our favorites at SEMA this year. More pics after the jump.
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