Though most folks fondly regard the Dodge Charger as a two-door muscle car, it’s undergone quite the transformation over the years. When the Charger first came into prominence in the 1960s and ’70s, it was a mid-size, two-door car. For its ’80s resurgence, the Charger emerged as a subcompact hatchback coupe, and finally, in 2006, when Dodge reintroduced the Charger, it was a full-size platform four-door sedan. Needless to say, it’s come a long way since those Dukes of Hazzard days.
Thankfully, Fantasy Collision & Customs appreciates the Charger’s classic two-door legacy, while also keeping things sleek and modern. Several years ago, the Warren, Michigan-based shop transformed a 2013 Dodge Charger R/T into a four-door, widebody coupe. At $120,000, it’s not exactly cheap, but when you see how this thing looks, you’ll probably agree that the price tag makes sense.
Per Fast Muscle Car:
This was no small task turning a four door into a two-door machine. The car was first cut in half, with a part of the center section taken away.
The front doors were then lengthened, panoramic glass added onto the roof and one of the most distinctive features is the rear wheel wide-body mod, giving the car and even more aggressive stance.
New bumpers were added as per the custom LED headlights, custom wheels and an incredible looking white leather interior.
The car sports Dodge’s 5.7L HEMI V8 and to quell the sound of those top end exhaust notes, Dynamat sound deadening was added throughout the car.
Can you imagine how incredible this ride would look in your garage? Now, if only you could get your hands on $120,000…