What are two things most men think about every waking minute of the day? Well, if you’re reading this article it’s probably women and cars, in no particular order. It’s difficult to express the love a man can have for the opposite sex and his car, so some guy built a Playboy-themed 1972 Charger and stuck a NASCAR engine in it.
This 1972 Dodge Charger is listed as “Hefner’s Playboy Charger,” and was designed by artist Richard Phillips, and built by Serig designs. Under the hood sits a Dodge r5 NASCAR engine that they claim is the only NASCAR engine to have an air conditioning system hooked up to it. The engine is dressed up with custom Playboy valve covers and makes 790 horsepower on a conservative E85 tune.
The car is painted gloss black and has matte black accents on the hood, trunk lid and part of the roof. To complete the menacing look they went with nostalgic NASCAR wheels and a NASCAR style spoiler. In order to announce to the world that you love the female body, there are three large playboy bunnies on the body. One on each quarter panel and a huge bunny of the hood.
The interior is all Playboy, with a bunny on the steering wheel, headrests, tach and floor mats. In case you forget the car’s theme, there is a massive Playboy emblem on the passenger side dash as well.
Overall the car looks amazing, and even if you weren’t a Playboy fanatic, you’d appreciate this car. The starting bid is $99,950, and as of today, no one has made any bids. Here’s the link, just make sure to ask the wife first.