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Yesterday we got a preview of the Classic Design Concepts Group 2 Widebody Challenger, and today we made sure to hunt down both versions on the SEMA show floor to get some photos. Both feature an appearance package including widened fenders, stainless steel mesh grille, and functional aluminum shaker hood. Both are supercharged, although the black car comes with a Vortech and the white packs a Procharger. Additional performance upgrades include a Pypes cat-back exhaust system, KW adjustable coilover suspension, and 15-inch Baer brakes. We love the look of both cars, and the extra wide fenders give them a particularly aggressive stance. We're sure we'd appreciate the supercharged Hemi as well.

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      Looks kinda porky.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Really sweet, well thought out, & I love it !!!!!

      But, at age 62 ....I'd look weird in that car.

      More better in my 2003 Town Car Limited Edition

      BUT I still apprecate e cars like that
      • 6 Years Ago
      Makes it look even MORE bloated and overweight. I didn't know that was possible. lol
      • 6 Years Ago
      Will that widebody kit fit my 2.7 stratus?
      • 6 Years Ago
      This is pretty damn sweet. Full replacement fenders, coke bottle plan view and an easy way to incorporate wide rear tires without having to do a horrible hack job to the rear quarters like I have seen others try. The extra width and tire help balance the car out from being a "roller skate" from the factory.