Daytona and Superbird Conversion Packages for Dodge Challenger



Posted By: Jeff on 08/06/2010

HPP has developed a set of conversion kits designed to give the current Dodge Challenger a look similar to the historic and rare Dodge Charger Daytona or the 1970 Plymouth Superbird. The 1969 Daytona was created for the sole intent of capturing the 1st place position at NASCAR races of the era. It was successful as driver Bobby Isaac won the first race of the season and finished as the Grand National Champion. These cars became famous for their on-track performance accolades, rare build numbers, and new-age areo dynamic styling cues. The NASA designed nosecones and giant rear spoilers were outrageous for their time and have inspired cars designed to this very day.

 HPP Dodge Challenger Conversion Kits

HPP has given those interested the ability to get that look from their Challenger with specific upgrade kits that include a revised front end, pop-up headlights, aluminum hood, 20-inch rims, and a tremendous rear wing. Interior changes feature a modified instrument cluster, unique shifter, and HHP floor mats. These changes are just what is included in the base upgrade package which starts at around $16,000, more changes can be had for those with more Benjamen's to lay on the line. We understand that a host of performance upgrades such as supercharger systems, suspension upgrades, and exhaust kits can be purchased as well. For those looking to get the latest accessories for their Dodge Challenger, check our Dodge Challenger Accessories store.




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