• Challengers, both R/T and SRT8 models, arrive at Hurst's facility in Irvine, CA. Customers have to provide the car to be transformed into a Hurst model.
  • Hurst has their own paint facility, where they apply the gold stripes to the car. Each car gets its front bumper, hood, trunk, and rear fascia stripped down and then repainted with the gold stripe.
  • Hurst has their own paint facility, where they apply the gold stripes to the car. Each car gets its front bumper, hood, trunk, and rear fascia stripped down and then repainted with the gold stripe.
  • Series 5 models get the same White Pearl paint scheme found on the SEMA show car. Each car is completely stripped down and fully painted at Hurst's facility.
  • Series 5 models get the same White Pearl paint scheme found on the SEMA show car. Each car is completely stripped down and fully painted at Hurst's facility.
  • It would be easy to simply put Hurst decals on the side of the car, but they are actually painted on - a testament to the amount of detail that goes into each Challenger.
  • Once paint is applied, each Challenger goes into the workshop to get engine, suspension, and interior upgrades.
  • Once paint is applied, each Challenger goes into the workshop to get engine, suspension, and interior upgrades.
  • Once paint is applied, each Challenger goes into the workshop to get engine, suspension, and interior upgrades.
  • Each Challenger is fitted with custom Hurst 20" polished forged wheels wrapped with BFGoodrich KDW tires.
  • The interior gets a makeover with gold perforated inserts and gold stitching on the seats and center armrest.
  • Each door gets gold stitching as well.
  • It wouldn't be a true Hurst without one of their legendary shifters. For the Challenger, Hurst uses a special gold handle instead of the classic white ball.
  • That's a lot of shifters!
  • Series 4 and 5 Challengers get a Vortech supercharger that helps the Hemi put out 572 horsepower and 528 lb-ft torque.
  • A look at a completely installed Vortech supercharger under the hood of a Series 4 Challenger.
  • The Challenger's suspension is completely overhauled with parts from Eibach including new springs, shocks, and sway bars.
  • A side-by-side look at the stock springs and shocks compared to the Eibach units.
  • The Eibach shocks can be adjusted for ride height and stiffness with a special tool provided with the car.
  • This Series 5 Challenger is awaiting its Eibach suspension components.
  • One of Hurst's technicians installs the shocks and springs into a Series 5 Challenger
  • A full Magnaflow stainless steel cat-back exhaust system is installed next. The system provides a wonderful sound befitting of a true muscle car.
  • New BFGoodrich KDW tires waiting to be installed next to a completed Series 4 Challenger.
  • Hurst has already completed dozens of Challengers, as evidenced by the completed cars seen here. Customers can choose to take delivery at a Dodge dealer of their choosing, or they can pick it up at Hurst's facility.
  • Each Challenger Series gets its own serial number, and each owner will know what is their car number via a plaque on the dash. Hurst is also starting a registry to keep track of each Challenger.
  • Along with the Challenger, each customer also gets a photo book of the car being put together. It's items like this that add to the collectability of Hurst vehicles.