It seems this truck was made from a Dodge Dakota and a Dodge Charger.May 4, 2020
The tuners made a rather strange car in every sense. This small truck is made from a second-generation Dodge Dakota pickup truck and at the same time, the car is very similar to the Dodge Charger sedan.
Over the past few years, we have definitely seen a huge number of truly terrible (in terms of style) automotive projects, but from time to time we come across something that makes absolutely no sense.
There are many ways to improve the look of the second-generation Dodge Dakota pickup made in the early 2000s, but the creators of this “masterpiece” have clearly gone too far. They wanted to make the pickup very, very much like a Dodge Charger sedan.
The front panel was clearly taken from the sixth generation Charger sedan and does not fit very well with the not-so-real “scoop” of the hood and a pair of flared Liberty Walk wings.
Worst of all, the radiator grill, the dustpan cover and side mirrors were either wrapped in gold film or painted in gold, which rarely looks attractive and this time is no exception.
On the back of this truck there are Hellcat and SRT stickers, as well as several Las Vegas Raiders stickers (formerly Oakland). The tailgate of the original Dodge Dakota pickup truck has been transformed to look like the boot lid of the seventh-generation Charger sedan in the powerful Hellcat performance. Separately, it is worth noting that the build quality of this truck is rather poor.
In the end, one cannot deny the fact that the resulting Frankenstein truck looks ridiculous, even by the standards of the Dodge Charger pickup, which, incidentally, exist thanks to tuners like Smyth Performance – yes yes, these guys made a truck out of the legendary American sedan.
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