That's why this modern Superbird based on the third generation Dodge Challenger underwent further performance modifications at a small San Bernardino, California-based shop called Spankin Time Performance. Specialized in custom engine builds and supercharging kits, the head mechanic of the shop fitted this monster with a custom 408 cubic inch (6.7-liter) motor.
Thanks to the addition of a Kenne Bell 4.2-liter supercharger with 17 lbs of boost and a close-ratio NAG 1 manual gearbox from Paramount, the 'Grizz' Superbird churns out 1,000 rear-wheel horsepower.
Other notable features include the awesome Daytona/Superbird rear wing and nose with pop-up headlights, custom rear fascia design, special gloss black paint job with contrasting red decals, K&W coil over adjustable suspension, a 3-inch cat-back exhaust system with Magnaflow tips, as well as an all-aluminium power dome hood.
That's about enough jibber-jabber. Scroll down and watch the 'Grizz' crack nearly 200 miles per hour.