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2007 Twin Turbo Plum Crazy Srt8 Charger

PRICE REDUCTION.....37,500.00!!!Well it`s with a sad heart that i am posting Ed Fox`s 2007 Twin Turbo Plum Crazy SRT8 Charger FOR SALE! This car makes over 1140 HP at the tires and has been 207.7 MPH in the texas mile and has went 9.52 @ 149.......... capable of 9.20`s. Ed`s car is the second fastest Modern Mopar to ever run the Texas mile behind the flying Elvis aka Hemi Sam. This car has been daily driven for over 3 years! Looking for a daily that hurts feelings and win`s races.......here ya go. 


1.Freshly rebuilt / refreshed 6.1 based high boost 392 long block with API ported intake and 90mm TB..........originally built by API, but Chris Seidle refreshed the engine

2. Twin Precision 6266 turbo`s with AGP cross member turbo kit

3. Paramount 8.8 rear and Paramount Super Pro trans with TH 400 billet input shaft 

4. 10 point NHRA certified cage to 8.50`s

5. full interior!

6. DSS Drive shaft

7. Api billet dual pump hat

8. Car has to much to list please call me @ 276-734-0594 if you have any questions or if you are interested. The Car is currently here at the shop




Here is a list of crap that would go with the Charger:

Stock SRT front bumper cover
Stock SRT hood and trunklid

Purple hood that has a cowl to seal it to the windshield

Drag wheels (Weld rims w/ 275/60-15 M/T Drag Radial rear, Dark Star rims w/ 4.50/28.0-17 front M&H skinnies)

200mph wheels (stock SRT rims w/ 285/35-20 Toyo R888-lots of tread left)

Road race rims (Cobra replicas w/ 274/35-18 Hoosier R6 and unmounted Continental slicks of teh same size)

Stock plastic belly-pan

Strut tower brace (took it off because it was always in the way)


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