The classic Plymouth Roadrunner was one of the greatest musclecars built by the Chrysler corporation. Introduced in 1968, the two-door coupe was not just an awesome road car, but also a famous NASCAR racer and drag strip contender.
Photo: screenshot from Youtube
Aggressive by design and power, the Roadrunner is still subjected to restomoding and race-prepping. But while some like it in its classic paint-schemes, others would rather turn the Hemi-powered vehicle into an even more scary beast.
The latest such piece of machinery to show up at the drag strip is the "Hate Tank", an all-black chuck of metal that's so powerful it can barely handle the asphalt under its wheels. And that's what we concluded by watching the video posted below, because the owner declined any info on the car's engine or horsepower figures.
Thankfully enough, the car looks so mean and sounds so cool that we don't even care. Just scroll below to find out for yourself.
Ask Ciprian about cars and he'll reveal an obsession with classics and an annoyance with modern design cues. Read his articles and you'll understand why his ideal SUV is the 1969 Chevrolet K5 Blazer. Full profile
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