Nothing NORMal Here – Mr. Norm Super ‘Cuda and Challenger Debut

June 9th, 2010

Drawing inspiration from its race-bred relative, the legendary 1970 AAR ‘Cuda, the Mr. Norm’s (yes, the dealership of muscle car lore) Super ‘Cuda features a dramatic restyling package that matches heart-stopping good looks with heart-pounding performance. Amplifying its presence, the Super ‘Cuda features a modern interpretation of the classic ‘Cuda grille and tail panel, coupled with an aggressive front spoiler that infuses it with undeniable character.

Reinforcing the theme, the sides of the Hemi Orange Super ‘Cuda are boldly accented with satin black strobe stripes that match the sinister Sherwin-Williams Planet Color Badass Black that covers the hood and adjacent surfaces, much like its storied ancestor. Inside, the cockpit features a Hurst shifter for precise shifting of the five-speed transmission, a Katzkin Barracuda custom leather interior with Hemi Orange perforated inserts and Super ‘Cuda monogrammed carpet mats by Designer Mat.

If all that’s not enough, just wait ‘til you push the start button and awaken the wild 900-HP, Kenne Bell-supercharged, 16-plug Hemi engine. Tuned up with a low restriction Corsa Performance cat-back dual exhaust system, the Super ‘Cuda balances tire-smoking power with a tuned suspension engineered by Hotchkis Performance.  Insuring fade-free stops from high speed are massive Stainless Steel Brakes V-8 eight-piston calipers. Rolling stock consists of Rodtana 22-inch modular wheels matched with Pirelli Scorpion Zero Assimetrico ultra high performance tires.

Armed with an identical ground-pounding 900-HP, Kenne Bell-supercharged and intercooled, 6.1 Hemi engine, the Super Challenger is the logical next step in the chain. With its Jet Black body and Blazing Red stripe, punctuated with the legendary Mark of Mr. Norm on the front fenders, this is something special. The interior includes a Katzkin custom leather interior with its black leather and contrasting red accents all centered on the Hurst pistol grip shifter. Mr. Norm’s Super Challenger forged wheels by Rodtana wear Pirelli Scorpion Zero tires that grip the asphalt, and the Hotchkis Performance lowered suspension and SSBC eight-piston disc brakes are necessary upgrades for the fast and flashy Mopar.

The Corsa exhaust attempts to muffle the 900-HP raging elephant that resides just beneath the Mopar Six Pack hood, while the Super Challenger’s front spoiler and side scoops by Hulst Customs provide the finishing touch to the exterior, providing proof positive that badass really is beautiful.

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