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Mr. Norms Unveils 426 Hemi Dodge Challenger & Hemi Cuda Convertibles


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Mr. Norms latest creations are a pair of convertibles based off the 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8, the 426 Hemi Dodge Challenger and Hemi Cuda Convertibles.  Taking design cues from the original 426 Hemi Challenger and 426 Hemi Cuda these vehicles are a modern rendition of the mighty Mopars which use to roam the streets in the 70's.  Each of these Challenger based vehicles incorporate E-body design elements from the early 70's including a new grille inspired by the 1971 model for the Hemi Cuda Version, a shaker hood system, Hemi billboard graphics and '71 Hemi Cuda taillight assemblies.  Both vehicles receive a set of 20-inch forged multi-piece Mr. Norm's "Thrust" custom wheels with ultra high performance Pirelli tires.

Under the hood of both vehicles sits the 426 Hemi V-8 which utilizes a forged rotating assembly and a Kenne Bell supercharger that pumps out 725 horsepower.  Keeping each of these vehicles firmly planted on the groundis Mr. Norm's Hi Performance Rear Suspension system.  The rear suspension utilizes the Viper SRT-10 spec Dana 44 differential mated to heavy duty driveshaft and half shafts.

On the inside the 426 Hemi Challenger and Hemi Cuda convertibles feature Katzkin black custom leather and suede seats accented with yellow top stitching along with a real pistol grip shifter.

For more on each of these vehicles check out the photos and press release below or head on over to MrNormsGarage.com:

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Press Release:

Introducing the new 2009 426 Hemi Challenger and 426 Hemi Cuda Convertibles from Mr. Norm, the name that's synonymous with the most incredible high performance Mopars ever built and offered to enthusiasts. Based on the Challenger SRT-8, the Mr. Norm's 426 Hemi Challenger and 426 Hemi Cuda Convertibles echo the styling and performance of the original, iconic, E-Body muscle cars that inspired the creation of these vehicles. These drop tops mark the beginning of a new chapter in the history of two legendary muscle cars that spans nearly 40 years.

The compelling presence of the original 426 Hemi Challenger and 426 Hemi Cuda can be seen in the appearance of these vehicles. Both are the result of impeccable breeding, a pedigree with genes handed down from their celebrated ancestors that can be appreciated by enthusiasts of all ages. Design cues recall themes and details readily recognizable by aficionados, and have been carefully selected and refined to imbue these mighty Mopars with the same sensation of raw excitement that set the original 426 Hemi Challenger and 426 Hemi Cuda apart from their contemporaries when they were new, and still continue to dazzle enthusiasts today. They're bold, brash, in your face and exactly what you would expect from Mr. Norm.

Supercharged 426 Hemi Power...and More

Complementing their unforgettable appearance, the Mr. Norm's 426 Hemi Challenger and 426 Hemi Cuda Convertibles deliver overwhelming performance matched with superlative handling and braking in equal proportions. In doing so, they set a new benchmark for all muscle and performance cars in their category and beyond.

The Mr. Norm's 426 Hemi Challenger and 426 Hemi Cuda Convertibles are a showcase for the latest in Gen III Hemi performance. Each of the engines is equipped with a new reciprocating assembly that includes a forged crank, rods and pistons that increase engine displacement to 7 liters, or the magic Mopar number; 426 cubic inches. Far stronger than the factory cast rods and pistons, these components provide the ultimate complement to the Mr. Norm's Signature Kenne Bell 2.8 liter twin screw supercharger that pumps up the volume of the Hemi engines to a whopping 725 pavement melting horsepower.


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