If your answer to the above questions was no, then you might want to check out the classifieds and find the right application for you. While a stock Dodge Challenger SRT Demon will be capable of going down the quarter-mile (402 meters) in about 10 seconds if you want to scare most of your opponents at the strip, why not go for something that can achieve an 8-second pass?
And while the ad for this 1970 Dodge Challenger doesn't provide an official figure for a quarter-mile (402 meters) run, the seller did mention that this will manage to do sub-9-second passes. And that's because the 6.1-liter Hemi V8 has been turbocharged. With its Precision 110mm turbocharger, this setup has managed to get up to 1,300 horsepower on the dyno! Right now, running on 12 PSI (0.82 Bar) it still churns out a massive 1,000 horsepower on E85 fuel.
This car was engineered by Kurt Busch Inc., and Kurt Busch himself drove the car in the Pinks: All Out show. And if that doesn't sound exciting enough, you might want to know that the man that built the engine is Jimmy Barton! Jimmy has been building race engines so 1978, so he might know a thing or two about how to deliver exciting results!
The list of mods is a long one, and I wasn't surprised to see Driveshaft Shop parts on it. I've had direct contact with their parts in previous years, and they will deal with pretty much anything you throw at them. The gearbox is an HD Powerglide unit, a 2-speed automatic, which should make things easier down the straight line, and if anyone is brave enough to ride shotgun, there's a passenger seat in there too.
The car is currently located in Charlotte, North Carolina, and the asking price seems decent considering the setup. You can experience what this Challenger has to offer if you'll be able to spend $97,995, or $899 per month for 120 months with 20% down. So if you don't care much about anything outside the drag strip, this car might be the right one for you.