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Barrett-Jackson 2010: Classic Design Concepts Prototype Widebody Challenger

 

Prototype CDC Challenger

Prototype CDC Challenger

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The 2010 Barrett-Jackson Collector car auction is just a few weeks away in Scottsdale, Arizona and up until the auctions begin on January 18th we will be bringing you various Challengers going across the block.  The first Challenger we are covering is Lot # 710.1, a 2009 Challenger R/T coupe dubbed the "Charvel Concept".  The vehicle is actually Classic Design Concepts prototype widebody Challenger for the Group II widebody kit that was a Chrysler Design Award winner at the 2008 SEMA show.

The widebody CDC Challenger features a widebody kit that increases the rear fenders by 3-inches on each side.  On the front of the Challenger aerodynamic canards tie the fenders to the stock chin spoiler.  Also the CDC Challenger features a Shaker system with replacement heritage hood, CDC stainless mesh grille, CDC sequential taillights, CDC hood struts and a Procharger P-1SC-1 Supercharger with air-to-air intercooler.  Other modifications include a Pypes performance exhaust system, KW suspension VI coilover system, Baer brakes and USW forged crossover wheels with Pirelli P-Zero rubber.

The Challenger will also be sold with a matching Charvel Guitar with proceeds of the auction benefiting NotMyKid.  The auction will take place on January 21st.

For more information head on over to Barrett-Jackson.com.



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  1. I have to say I only received the quarters because the fenders were still being worked out, but my quarters took nearly 18 hours of extra fabrication to fit my car and to have my side markers fit. The company then offered me the fenders for what they said was there cost which I will keep private. All in all it cost me $2000 to have them refitted properly and the company I feel should have compensated me on the extensive work that had to be put into there rough product.
     
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