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Challenger Convertible by Coach Builders to debut at SEMA




Even though Dodge has no plans to produce a Challenger Convertible any time soon, car customizer Coach Builders Ltd. steps right in to make it a reality.  At this year's SEMA show Coach Builders will have their Challenger Convertible on display sporting a Vortech superchared 6.1 liter Hemi V8 producing 560 horsepower and 510 lb. ft. of torque.  It will also have a slightly lower stance with KW coil-over suspension kit and 22-inch Foose Challenger wheels with Nitto tires.

The price tag for the base Coach Builders Challenger Convertible conversion is $16,000.  With the price of a new 2009 Challenger costing $42K you can expect to pay around $58,000 for basic Challenger convertible conversion.  Other options including custom interiors, performance modifications and wheel/tire options will also be offered as extras.

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  1. You don't need to spend $58000-$60000 for a CoachBuilders Challenger convertible. Gainsville (FL) Dodge (nearby Coachbuilders) can find you a leftover 2009 basic 6 Cyl for $20000+ tnen arrangements can be made to drop it off at Coachbuilders for the conversion. Total - $38000-$40000. Very worth it. Mine is plain-Jane black 2009 RT 6 sp with 20" Mopar mags (see it on their website). $33,600 Dodge sticker price plus the convertible conversion and light beige leather. The car is an animal but with a lifetime drivetrain warranty! Why spend this kind of money for a 70-71 Challenger convertible wreck to restore?
     
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