Category : Classic Cars
Year : 2015
Engine Size : 6.4 Liter HEMI
Mileage (miles / km) : 2911
Colour : Tor-Red
Interior : White & Black
No longer available - Sold or withdrawn from sale
2,911 Actual Mile Challenger R/T Scat Pack Convertible EFI 392 V8 8 Speed Auto

6.4 liter SRT Hemi V8 / Cervini shaker induction / 485 horsepower
Limited-slip differential / 3.90 gears
TorRed Clear Coat paint / Drop Top Customs convertible top
Sale includes: An original Build Sheet / An original Window Sticker / Photos of the car’s conversion

Active Exhaust system
Bilstein high performance suspension / Power steering / Brembo 4-wheel power disc brakes
Katzkin leather interior / Premium Uconnect infotainment / Dual-zone climate control

TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission / AutoStick / Paddle shifters
20-inch Sport Muscle wheels / Sale includes the car’s original wheels and tires
1-owner car that’s logged only 2,911 miles


1-owner car that’s logged only 2,911 miles
6.4 liter SRT Hemi V8 / Cervini shaker induction / 485 horsepower
TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission / AutoStick / Paddle shifters
TorRed Clear Coat paint / Drop Top Customs convertible top
Katzkin leather interior / Premium Uconnect infotainment / Dual-zone climate control
20-inch Sport Muscle wheels / Sale includes the car’s original wheels and tires
Bilstein high performance suspension / Power steering / Brembo 4-wheel power disc brakes
Limited-slip differential / 3.90 gears
Active Exhaust system
Sale includes: An original Build Sheet / An original Window Sticker / Photos of the car’s conversion

It’s a great time to be a Dodge fan! Not only did the 21st century see the return of the brash Charger and top dog Challenger, it also spawned a new generation of MoPar performance dubbed Street & Racing Technology. But even with countless special editions, and Chrysler’s varying degrees of Hemi-fueled fury, SRT owners are pretty much used to the fact that someone else is going to show up with virtually the same wheels. Hey, it’s not a bad thing that MoPars are so popular. But, then again, part of the appeal of having a special car is the guarantee of it actually being special. Enter this virtually new Challenger R/T Scat Pack. This surly coupe takes all the torque-rich goodness of Dodge’s preeminent pavement pounder and throws in an unmatched top-down driving experience courtesy of Drop Top Customs of High Springs, Florida. If you’re looking to pick up a modern, hassle-free hot rod that’s loaded with tons of cool technology, here’s your nouveau classic!


Beginning life at Chrysler’s excellent Brampton manufacturing facility, this Challenger has roamed a mere 2,911 miles of clean blacktop under the guidance of just one owner. Pull the car under the lights and you’ll find vivid TorRed Clear Coat that’s been dressed in appropriate white stripes. Below that lust worthy canvas, original sheetmetal fits precisely, displaying excellent build quality. A close look down that slab-sided fuselage reveals not so much as a dent or ding anywhere. And it all adds up to one slick modern MoPar that wraps world-beating performance in a substantial sense of style!

Challengers have never been safe havens for the meek. And they’re almost morally offensive to folks who like their cars as bland as rice cakes. So, as if to bully critics into submission, someone optioned this coupe to just south of audacious using a full array of gnarly aesthetics. At the front of the car, black, chrome-trimmed grilles hang energetic “CHALLENGER R/T” badging between high intensity headlights, projector fog lamps and an aggressive chin spoiler. Behind that spoiler, a tall profile founds diecast Super Bee emblems between a polished fuel filler, Satin Black rockers and a tight convertible top that was retrofitted by Drop Top Customs of High Springs, Florida. That top folds between a familiar Cervini shaker, factory-tint glass and a Satin Black deck spoiler. And beneath that spoiler, a black, “DODGE” branded valance hangs LED split taillights between polished exhaust tips and a tasteful Drop Top Customs badge.


As we all know, Chrysler’s Hemi has never been defined by white noise and empty promises. Straight from the factory the company’s stalwart 5.7 liter makes an impressive 375 horsepower, and with the help of SRT, its performance goes from wild to insane! Measuring roughly 392 cubic inches, this Challenger’s upsized mill utilizes a revised block, aluminum heads and sequential multi-port fuel injection to twist stout 10.9 to 1 compression into 485 horsepower and 475 lb./ft. of torque. Visually, the car’s engine compartment comes together just as well as its muscular exterior. Install is exceptionally clean; forgoing the current ‘plastic dome of doom’ cowl trend in favor of a complete, Cervini-supplied Shaker set up. The big block is coated in a nice shade of traditional orange paint, which perfectly complements TorRed inner fenders. Chrysler’s Multi-Displacement System fuel saving technology ensures an excellent mix of spirited performance and thrifty cruising. And, best of all, this is a Hemi that’ll fire up in any weather, drive thousands of miles before anyone needs to turn its bolts, and probably lay waste to any old school muscle car that’s brave enough to make a charge.


Straight from Auburn Hills, Chrysler’s LX platform was a solid foundation that could easily spawn multiple rear and all-wheel drive applications. And when this Challenger’s engineering team bolted up a Mercedes S-Class front suspension, threw in a Mercedes E-Class rear suspension and re-christened it “LC”, they created the perfect blend of American attitude and European road manners. The brutal Hemi commands eight forward gears through a new generation TorqueFlite automatic, which pairs Chrysler’s proven AutoStick technology with wheel mounted paddle shifters. That transmission twists a fresh limited-slip differential, which is equipped with buff 3.90 gears. There’s an SRT-tuned Bilstein chassis, supplemented with additional bracing when the car’s top was chopped, that’s equipped with standard stability and traction control. Variable-ratio, speed-assisted power steering ensures you’ll want to do more than make traditional NASCAR lefts. Braking comes courtesy of Brembo 4-piston calipers that, with the help of standard anti-lock software, clamp 14-inch, slotted rotors. Spent gases exit through a newly anointed Active Exhaust system. And at the corners, chromed Sport Muscle blades spin 275/40ZR20 Pirelli P Zeros.


Take a look inside this Dodge and you’ll find a comfortable and stylish cockpit that’s ready for long road trips and plenty of summertime fun. At the center of the cabin, brilliant Katzkin seats, which, like the car’s stripes, top and shaker, were installed by Florida’s Drop Top Customs, feature full power adjustment for the driver. In front of those thrones, a driver-oriented dash seals highly detailed telemetry, dual-zone climate control and Performance Pages technology behind Hectic Mesh trim and a small “CHALLENGER” badge. At the center of that dash, Uconnect infotainment mixes Bluetooth connectivity and satellite-compatible audio with a 506-watt amp, eight Alpine speakers and a large subwoofer. Below that system, a French stitched console founds an attractive shifter between like-new carpet, “DODGE” branded floor mats and metal-trimmed foot pedals. At the sides of that carpet, metal-trimmed door panels hang padded armrests in front of smooth power mirrors, requisite power windows and standard power door locks. In front of the driver, a leather-wrapped steering wheel spins factory cruise control and redundant audio controls around a power tilt and telescoping column. And naturally, all the luxuries you’d expect in a high dollar muscle car are present and accounted for including: Remote Start, ParkSense, ParkView, Enter-N-Go keyless entry and a Sentry Key theft deterrent system.


This killer coupe was shipped to Gainesville Dodge of Gainesville, Florida, because of its close proximity to Drop Top Customs, with a long list of standard and optional equipment. Here’s a breakdown of the car’s original window sticker.


TorRed Clear Coat exterior paint
Black Suede/Nappa [sic] leather interior including high performance seats with logos
6.4 liter SRT Hemi V8 that’s fitted with Multi-Displacement System
TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission


Bilstein high performance suspension
Electronic stability control
All-speed traction control
Sport mode
Brembo 4-piston high performance brakes
Rain brake support
Ready alert braking
Hill start assist
Active Exhaust
Keyless Enter-N-Go
Sentry Key theft deterrent system
ParkSense rear park assist system
ParkView rear back up camera
Dodge Performance Pages
Advanced multi-stage front airbags
Supplemental front seat-mounted side airbags
Supplemental side-curtain front and rear airbags
Uconnect with AM/FM, SiriusXM satellite radio, Bluetooth and integrated voice command
Six premium speakers
276-watt amplifier
Media Hub
180 MPH primary speedometer
7-inch reconfigurable display
Dual-zone automatic temperature control
Power, 6-way driver’s seat
Power, 4-way driver lumbar adjustment
Leather-wrapped steering wheel that’s complete with audio controls
Tilt and telescoping steering column
Bright foot pedals
Automatic projector headlamps
Projector fog lamps
Daytime running lamps
Satin Chrome grille
Scat Pack 6.4L fender badging
Bright fuel filler door
Satin Black rear spoiler
LED split tail lamps
Dual exhaust that’s complete with bright tips
20-inch painted and polished aluminum wheels
245/45ZR20 All-season performance tires


R/T Scat Pack 6.4 liter Hemi V8 24G
Leather Interior Group ($1,500)
— Suede/Nappa [sic] leather high performance seats with logos
— Heated front seats
— Ventilated front seats
— Heated steering wheel
— Power tilt and telescoping steering column
— Hectic Mesh interior bezels
Driver Convenience Group ($795)
— High Intensity Discharge headlamps
— Blind spot and rear cross path detection
— Remote Start System
— Universal garage door opener
Sound Group II ($595)
— 9 speaker sound system that’s complete with a subwoofer
— 506-watt amplifier
TorqueFlite 8-speed automatic transmission ($1,400)
— AutoStick
— Steering wheel paddle shifters






The car’s original factory literature
The car’s original Build Sheet
The aforementioned Window Sticker
The car’s original dealer literature
The car’s original Retail Purchase Agreement
The car’s original Owner’s Manual
The car’s original accessory literature
Photos of the car’s convertible top conversion
A receipt for the car’s first service
Two keys complete with fobs
Two convertible top covers (white and black)
The car’s original wheels and tires

With only 2,911 miles on its odometer, this showroom-fresh MoPar is the perfect car for any enthusiast who wants to hit the hobby rolling. In addition to being an awful lot of performance for not a lot of money, it’s an innately cool cruiser that’ll turn heads as soon as it backs out of the garage. Looking to grab some unique, modern muscle? Pick up the phone, schedule a visit and drive away in this killer Challenger drop-top!