A 1969 Dodge Charger R/T with a Viper V-10 engine?

This Beautiful 1969 Dodge Charger R/T was the project of Brent Farrell. He had a 2005 Viper V-10 engine built to around 605HP by Dick Vandezelden. The Viper Tremec T-56 6 speed transmission was also used.

Under the car is a hand made steel-tube frame with rack and pinion steering. They used custom fit suspension components including a custom made K member, control arms, a Vipers front sway bar, and Afco coilovers all around.

The SRT billet wheels are 19×13 inches in the rear and 18×10 inches on the front and certainly contribute to the mean looking stance.


The entire interior was done in leather and tweed by Ricky Rods. The Charger was given a custom dash with AM gauges and a Billet Specialties steering wheel.

The body custom work was done by Xtreme Innovations and Fabrications including the georgous black PPG paint. They also made the fuel cell, the floors and the trunk pan by hand. They actually extended the wheel base by two inches and shaved the bumpers.


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