Check Out This 2,500 HP Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger Resto-Mod

Award-Winning Mopar, Is Currently Listed For Sale...

Step into the world of automotive innovation with “Havoc,” a breathtaking custom-built 1970 Dodge Challenger redefining the Resto-Mod culture. Crafted over three years with approximately 10,000 hours of meticulous handwork by Rides by Kam in Australia, this masterpiece is now available for collectors seeking the extraordinary.

Crafted with Precision – 

Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “Havoc” Resto-Mod. (Fusion Luxury Motors).

The transformation goes beyond power, as the entire front end was replaced with a custom-designed, hand-built steel hood, and the bespoke Roadster Shop Fast Track chassis ensures top-tier performance with double A-arm front suspension and a fully independent layout at the rear. The exterior shell boasts a stunning PPG Charley Hutton Slanted Brown finish, applied by C.A.D Custom in Melbourne.

Powerful Heartbeat – 

Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “Havoc” Resto-Mod. (Fusion Luxury Motors).

At the core of “Havoc” lies a beastly 572 cubic-inch Aluminum HEMI® F3R ProCharged Engine, a creation of Stanton Racing Engines with an impressive 900 horsepower. This powerplant, accompanied by an F3R direct ProCharger, can unleash up to a mind-blowing 2,500 horsepower – a true force to be reckoned with on the road.

Downforce and Stopping Power – 

Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “Havoc” Resto-Mod. (Fusion Luxury Motors).

The iconic American Legend Blackhawk wheels, Mickey Thompson tires, and 6-piston Baer brakes provide both style and substance. The airbag suspension ensures a perfect balance between power and control, with a 15-inch-wide rear wheel ensuring the raw power meets the road effectively.

Interior Elegance – 

Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “Havoc” Resto-Mod. (Fusion Luxury Motors).

Inside, the craftsmanship continues, with an interior almost entirely crafted from handmade steel. Custom inset bucket seats adorned with brown diamond-stitched leather provide comfort and style. The Ring Brothers skeleton shifter and Simpson racing harness seatbelts add a touch of racing flair. The cockpit combines vintage aesthetics with modern features, including a flush-mounted iPad and a Dakota Digital red-backlit gauge cluster.

Peak Recognition –

Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “Havoc” Resto-Mod. (Fusion Luxury Motors).

“Havoc” debuted at Summernats 32 in 2019, earning accolades like the Top Judged Elite title and securing a spot among the finalists in prestigious competitions like the ‘Battle Of The Builders’ and the ‘Barrett-Jackson Cup.’ Its ultimate triumph was clinching the revered ULTIMATE BEST IN SHOW honor at the ‘Barrett-Jackson Cup,’ presented by eBay Motors.

Practical Performance –

Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “Havoc” Resto-Mod. (Fusion Luxury Motors).

In 2022, “Havoc” underwent modifications for practicality, detuning from 101 octane to 91 pump fuel, bringing the horsepower down to a still-impressive ~1200 HP. New side mirrors and a slight lift of 1.5 inches off the ground enhance drivability without compromising the car’s unique character.

Own a Legend – 

Custom 1970 Dodge Challenger “Havoc” Resto-Mod. (Fusion Luxury Motors).

This rare opportunity allows collectors to acquire a vehicle beyond being a car – a symbol of innovation, dedication, and a redefined automotive culture. Don’t miss your chance to own “Havoc” – a true testament to the artistry and engineering prowess of Rides by Kam.

Currently, the car is listed for sale by Fusion Luxury Motors in Chatsworth, California. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or a passionate enthusiast, “Havoc” awaits its next chapter, ready to captivate hearts and minds wherever it roams. For more information, check out the Fusion Luxury Motors website.

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Robert S. Miller

Robert S. Miller is a diehard Mopar enthusiast who lives and breathes all that is Mopar. The Michigander is not only the Editor for MoparInsiders.com, 5thGenRams.com, and HDRams.com but an automotive photographer. He is an avid fan of offshore powerboat racing, which he travels the country to take part in.

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The interior is hideous.

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