During Dodge Speed Weeks in August, Dodge CEO Tim Kuniskis announced that Direct Connection is also working with Finale Speed of Yukon, Oklahoma to license a 1970 Dodge Charger carbon fiber body that can be built into a complete, finished vehicle. The carbon-fiber-bodied vehicles are engineered to OEM specifications, to create the iconic Mopar look, with the feel of modern muscle cars and performance.
Direct Connection recently updated its online catalog to include the Finale Speed carbon fiber 1970 Dodge Charger. According to the catalog, the custom chassis will be fitted with the supercharged 6.2-liter HELLCrate HEMI V8 engine. The customer will be able to choose their desired transmission along with several custom interior options.
Finale Speed says it strives to be recognized as a premiere car builder, beginning with this new carbon-fiber-bodied 1970 Dodge Charger. They also say, they will be offering not just a complete resto-mod, but individual parts like carbon fiber hoods and trunk panels as well.
Direct Connection says that it has other planned future products with Finale Speed, which includes a fully-licensed Plymouth Barracuda and Plymouth Road Runner.
But the most important new information, from the Direct Connection catalog update, is pricing. The carbon fiber-bodied 1970 Dodge Charger rolling chassis will have a starting price of $199,000. To learn more or to schedule a consultation with Finale Speed, you can visit their dedicated website or call them at (800) 619-9716.
So for those with deep pockets, the Finale Speed carbon fiber-bodied 1970 Dodge Charger should be a killer addition to anyone’s Mopar collection.