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One Demon of a Challenger

The fully customized Red Demon Challenger — a collaboration between master builder Steve Sanderson and legendary designer George “King of Kustoms” Barris, the man behind iconic cars such as the Batmobile, General Lee, Munster Koach, and Beverly Hillbillies truck — is certainly one hellish ride. It packs a truly demonic 6.1 HEMI V8 supercharged to 625 horsepower under the hood, with an outer shell of sculpted Barris bodywork, 3D Carbon Fiber rally stripes, vertical doors, two-tone paint and custom wheels. After officially debuting at last year’s SEMA auto…

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One Demon of a Challenger

What’s Faster: A Ferrari or a 1970 Barracuda?

You may have some rethinking to do. What happens when you take an old 1970 Plymouth Barracuda, spruce it up a bit (read: pack it with a 1,000-horsepower Viper V-10), pit it against a Ferrari Enzo, and take it out on the track at the Chrysler proving grounds in Chelsea, Michigan? Well, if you’re Legendary Motorcar, you end up tearing off your windshield molding and popping your hood line three full inches you’re going so…

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What’s Faster: A Ferrari or a 1970 Barracuda?

Looking Back at SEMA 2009

We’re still trying to recover from the 2009 SEMA show in Las Vegas last week. Our senses are still tingling from the displays of Mopar powerplant engines, HEMI tools, and chats with real live technicians. And don’t forget the parts! Everything you would ever need to make the strongest, fastest, sexiest custom cars imaginable.


The Mopar Display was spectacular. Among the jaw-dropping vehicles on display: an Avenger ready for raceday, a Challenger with an identity crises, street legal racers, and some great Ram trucks…

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Looking Back at SEMA 2009