Dodge Challenger made a strange limousineJanuary 8, 2021
A limousine made from a Dodge Challenger is being sold at an overseas auction. Fancy car, which received gull wing doors, is up for sale for $ 32,500
No one would call the Dodge Challenger small, although the car was not intended to carry passengers in the back seat. There is little legroom in the back, and adults will find it uncomfortable on long journeys. But what if you need more space but love the Challenger’s look? You turn it into a limousine. Fortunately, such a car is now on sale on eBay for a rather small $ 32,500.
However, this car has more than just increased cabin space. Whoever designed this car also provided gullwing doors – two for the rearmost passengers and one on the passenger side.
The super-long wheelbase added 3,556mm to the car. The Dodge is usually 5,003mm long. All that extra sheet of metal between the wheels makes for roomy backseat space.
Inside, the car looks like a typical limousine. A bench seat is installed at the rear, and the other is located as close as possible to the driver. Between them is a long side bench facing the wall. There is a bar, speakers in the headrests, a large TV. In a published announcement for the sale of the limousine, it is noted that it was slightly affected by a flood that occurred seven years ago at the car dealership where the car was parked.
This Challenger limousine is powered by a 3.6-liter V6 Pentastar engine with a range of 127,942 km. It is noteworthy that the car itself sells for $ 32,500, although according to the assurances of the person who sells it, $ 175,000 was spent on the construction. The long wheelbase Challenger limousine is sure to grab the attention of passers-by.
Not so long ago, AutoTimesNews wrote that a limousine built from the Ferrari 360 Modena supercar is being sold in Australia. A limousine based on the Italian Ferrari 360 Modena coupe has appeared on the Australian classifieds website. Cool tuning project priced at AU $ 399,999
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