Dodge Super Challenger By Mr. Norm

Mr. Norm’s Dodge Super Challenger was unveiled at 2008 SEMA are in full production at Mr. Norm’s 26,000 sq.ft. Garage facility in Hudson, Florida as announced by Mike Staveski, managing partner of Mr. Norm’s Garage.

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Mr. Norm’s Dodge Super Challenger was unveiled at 2008 SEMA are in full production at Mr. Norm’s 26,000 sq.ft. Garage facility in Hudson, Florida as announced by Mike Staveski, managing partner of Mr. Norm’s Garage.

The cars are based on the new 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT-8 and inspired from the original 1971 Mr. Norm’s Super Challenger Super Fuel Funny Car and the legendary 1970 Cuda. At the exterior, the 2009 Super Challenger incorporate modern interpretations of the original Challenger graphics while the Super Cuda is painted in bold Hemi Orange accented with matte black strobe stripes.

The cars has glove soft Katzkin custom leather interiors with contrasting “Barracuda” inserts and monogrammed carpet mats by Designer Mat.

Mr. Norm’s Dodge Super Challenger is powered by a 650 hp 6.1-liter HEMI V8 engine while the Super Cuda is powered by a 900 hp 6.1-liter HEMI V8 engine. Both cars are equipped with Kenne Bell supercharger, intercooler, a low restriction Corsa Performance cat back dual exhaust system and lowered suspension system.

Mr. Norm’s Dodge Super Challenger stands on two choices of multi piece forged wheels while the Super Cuda stands on Hulst Customs “1320” modular alloy wheels. All the wheels are wrapped with Pirelli Scorpion Zero Assimetrico ultra high performance tires.

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