This 2007 Concept 'Cuda was designed and built to encourage the Chrysler Corporation to bring back the celebrated 'Cuda model. Loaded with design and performance cues from various 1970-1974 "E" body predecessors, it was constructed to look and drive like a car off the assembly line. The Concept 'Cuda was handcrafted by the famed Gaffoglio Family Metalcrafters in Fountain Valley, California, the builders behind Dodge's new Concept Challenger.
To construct this modern 'Cuda, Metalcrafters began with a new 2007 Charger SRT8 and proceeded to remove the body and completely disassemble the car down to its chassis. The chassis was then modified and fit with a custom full carbon fiber body and the interior adjusted from a 4 door sedan to a 2 door coupe. 22-inch Zenetti "Fives" wrapped with Pirelli P-Zero tires replaced the stock wheels and tires.
The 'Cuda was finished with functional Shaker Hood scoop, Flowmaster mufflers and a Lamborghini Pearl Orange paint scheme. The contemporary muscle car matches the power of its predecessor with a 6.1 liter Hemi that pumps out 425 horsepower. The '07 Concept 'Cuda recently made its official debut inside the Mopar booth at the 2007 SEMA show in Las Vegas, where it received rave reviews from the automotive community. The 'Cuda was also featured at the Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills at the "Mopars at the Mansion" event.
With only 57 miles this Concept 'Cuda is extremely rare and well preserved, what a great opportunity to own such a extraordinary car!