After the decision to drop the Chrysler 300 SRT from the Chrysler brand’s North American lineup in 2014, the Chrysler Group introduced the supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI HELLCAT V8 engine. Diehard Chrysler fans started begging the automaker to offer its own variant of the Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat, but to no luck. Fast forward 7 years and we have seen a number of people, say “to hell with Chrysler” and build their own using crate engines or salvaged parts from other Dodge Hellcat models.
Now we have talked about several of these builds over the past few years. One of those builds was by YouTuber Boost Kingz, who took a 2015 Chrysler 300 Limited and using parts from a salvaged Charger SRT Hellcat, created his own 707 horsepower Chrysler sedan.
Recently, our friend and contributor R/T Life had a chance to meet up with Boost Kingz to go over his awesome build, as well as get some time behind the wheel. R/T Life has posted a video on his YouTube channel (which you can see at the top of this article) of the experience. “It’s like luxury meets the most absurd power ever”, R/T Life claims. “I think Chrysler is silly for not trying to do this.”
What makes this build special is that it currently is for sale. Boost Kingz is ready to move on to another project and is looking to get rid of this amazing example.
If the video above isn’t enough to satisfy your Chrysler 300 SRT Hellcat needs, you can check out the build process on the Boost Kingz YouTube channel. Also, be sure to check out the R/T Life YouTube channel for tons of Mopar-related enthusiast content as well.
What do you think of this 300 SRT Hellcat build? Did Chrysler really miss out on building a Hellcat version of the 300? Let us know in the comments below or the MoparInsiders.com forum.