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Dodge Hellcat Goes Way, Way Old School With Horse-and-Buggy-Wheel Burnouts

The Hellcat has been iconic since its release in 2015. Fiat Chrysler created an imprint that has changed the standard of American muscle. Who hasn't wanted a Hellcat in the last few years? There have been several Hellcats, but they all share one common trait: Every Hellcat is known for its horsepower.

There have been Hellcat-powered Ram 1500s, Jeep Trackhawks, Dodge Durango SRTs, and many more. The Challengers and Chargers were the Hellcat-powered vehicles that put the imprint on the map. One driver decided to have some fun with his Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, so without further ado, check out the first-ever Hell Buggy.

The YouTuber WhistlinDiesel dressed in Amish garb and drove around town in his Hell Buggy. He engaged in several shenanigans, including a trip to the local auto repair shop. He also took a trip to the grocery store to stock up on butter. WhistlinDiesel then took his ride to McDonald's to guessed it, butter. So, how in the world did he pull it off without causing major damage to his vehicle?

He bought special buggy wheels from Creekside Wheel Shop. The buggy wheels were made of aluminum and had hubs welded onto them. The buggy wheels also had rubber on them. It wasn't long before WhistlinDiesel was the talk of the town. After cruising, the YouTuber decides to take the traction control off and turn the heat up on his experiment.

He was able to do a crazy rolling burnout with the buggy wheels. The skid marks were thin, but incredibly dark. WhistlinDiesel continued to do rolling burnouts until he eventually spun the tires straight off of the wheels because of the friction. The wild YouTuber continued to do burnouts until the buggy wheels actually cut into the road! He damaged his fender by pushing the buggy wheels to incredible speeds. Depending on who you ask, the Hell Buggy was a success?

This post was originally published on April 22, 2021.

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