As enthusiasts, we are big fans of the resto-mod trend. The idea of blending the classic aesthetics of a muscle with the modern conveniences of today’s technology is an appealing one. However, the cost of building a resto-mod can be prohibitive for many who cannot afford it. Nevertheless, this has not stopped digital artists from creating some incredible designs.
One such stunning creation is this 1969 Dodge Charger resto-mod by artist Emmanuel Brito (@personalizatuauto). Painted in a striking Gloss Black with Dark Copper accents, this Charger evokes memories of SpeedKore’s mid-engined “Hellacious” 1968 Dodge Charger.
The car’s stance is perfect, with Forgeline wheels wrapped in Toyo rubber, nestled snugly in the wheel wells. The classic second-generation Charger looks menacing in the backdrop of nighttime Toronto. We can only imagine how the B-Body would be with a supercharged 6.2-liter HEMI® HELLCAT engine under the hood.
While building a car like this may not be within everyone’s financial reach, we can still admire the impressive work of artists who bring such stunning designs to life. Hopefully with someone with deep enough pockets can actually produce this car.
1969 Dodge Charger Resto-Mod Image Gallery: