Here’s that Challenger SRT Hellcat convertible you always wanted but couldn’t buy from Dodge

The current Dodge Challenger is built on a really old and dated platform, but this hasn’t stopped it from competing on a solid level with the more modern Ford Mustang and Chevrolet Camaro. That’s because Dodge designed high-performance versions such as the Hellcat and the Demon. However, there’s one field where the Challenger can’t compete: the convertible market. Although the original was available as a cabriolet, Dodge didn’t not create a drop-top version of the third-gen Challenger. But if you’re dying to drive one, Fair Oaks Motors is selling an after market conversion. The good news is that it’s based on the cool SRT Hellcat and it retails for less than $100,000.

Would You Buy This Custom Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Convertible for $95,000?
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This white with blue stripes Hellcat looks like a very clean after market conversion. The modifications seem to have been done professionally and you can’t really tell that it’s an aftermarket conversion. The dealer notes that the car also features a stiffened suspension with strut tower braces front and rear, as well as sub-frame connectors underneath. It’s also an optioned-up Hellcat, featuring the eight-speed automatic, the Plus Package, Harman Kardon audio system, and Technology and Driver Convenience groups. The blue stripes, the orange brake calipers, and the red seat belts are also optional extras added to the car.

Would You Buy This Custom Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Convertible for $95,000?
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The dealership wants to sell the Hellcat convertible for $94,995. The car itself is valued at $74,045, while the drop-top conversion adds another $20,950. This Challenger SRT Hellcat is obviously unique, so if you want to hear that supercharged, 6.2-liter Hemi V-8 roaring while also having wind blowing your hair, it’s the best option you have right now. For reference, the Challenger SRT Hellcat starts from $60,695, so the premium for all the options and the open-top conversion is around $34,000.

Would You Buy This Custom Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat Convertible for $95,000?
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Source: Fair Oaks Motors

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