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Cars > Challenges > “TOXIC” Vs “Challenger”

 

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TOXIC

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Bean Station, Tennessee
United States

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2010 Chevrolet Camaro SS

“TOXIC”

2011 Dodge Challenger SRT8

“Challenger”

 
Photo of: 2010 Chevrolet Camaro
Photo of: 2011 Dodge Challenger

No longer owned

 

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About “TOXIC”

2010 Camaro 2SS pushing an estimated 600+ hp with Competition stage 2 cam, Comp racing springs & push rods, Texas under pulley, Taylor race wires, custom tuned by Doyle's Automotive in Rutledge,TN, K&N Typhoon cold air intake, Hedman hedders, JBA high flow cats, SLP Loudmouth exhaust with QTP electric cutouts, Hurst short throw shifter, BMR suspension parts, Foose chrome wheels, lots of chrome pieces, a Midwest fiberglass hood & rear spoiler, custom painted stripes by Speck's Body Shop in Morristown, TN and the list goes on. An SLP supercharger , custom leather racing seats with Simpson racing harnesses, air brushed hood and 4:10 Richmond gears along with a stronger rear axle will be added this coming summer to complete the build.

About “Challenger”

My wife and I always wanted a muscle car. We really wanted a late model muscle car. Ideally, we really wanted a '67 Impala. Those are not easy to come by in good condition. But our fascination with muscle cars brought me to the Challenger. To be honest, I didn't know much about the Challenger before looking at the newer models. I've always known Dodge for the Charger, but I wandered into a dealer after reading up on the Challenger and fell in love with it. We were getting rid of a mini-SUV at the time and I brought my wife by the dealer with the intent of possibly buying the Challenger. She fell in love with it immediately and we bought it.

This car was sold in January 2014.

 

Specs for “TOXIC”

No specifications listed.

Specs for “Challenger”

SRT8 model, so it comes stock with ~475 HP and it shows. Ours is the Toxic Orange color and came with a Kicker system with 11 speakers and a sub in the trunk. It has all the luxuries of a modern day car with all of the punch of the old stock '70 Challenger. It's an amazing car.

 

Factory Options for “TOXIC”

No factory options listed.

Factory Options for “Challenger”

The SRT8 has every luxury option available from the factory.

 

Mods for “TOXIC”

2010 Camaro 2SS pushing an estimated 600+ hp with Competition stage 2 cam, Comp racing springs & push rods, Texas under pulley, Taylor race wires, custom tuned by Doyle's Automotive in Rutledge,TN, K&N Typhoon cold air intake, Hedman hedders, JBA high flow cats, SLP Loudmouth exhaust with QTP electric cutouts, Hurst short throw shifter, BMR suspension parts, Foose chrome wheels, lots of chrome pieces, a Midwest fiberglass hood & rear spoiler, custom painted stripes by Speck's Body Shop in Morristown, TN and the list goes on. An SLP supercharger , custom leather racing seats with Simpson racing harnesses, air brushed hood and 4:10 Richmond gears along with a stronger rear axle will be added this coming summer to complete the build.

Mods for “Challenger”

Hüper Optik Ceramic tinting, resinator removal and addition of Flowmaster Super 10s.

 

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Cover photo of TOXIC album
TOXIC
Photos: 11
 

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Cover photo of Challenger album
Challenger
Photos: 17
 

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