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Plymouth Superbird Revival Enters Production

Back in 2009, the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show witnessed a very unlikely mutation. A team of enthusiasts which call themselves Heide Performance Products (HPP) introduced the Plymouth Superbird of a very unlikely origin. The team took the body of a Dodge Charger and chopped away at it until they got this here vehicle. Named by the team Daytona concept, the car (or, actually, the kit to convert the Challenger) has entered production and will sell to all those interested for $16,000. That's the minimum sum though, as adding all the features listed below will bring the value of the package to above $40,000, Challenger not included. The goodies under the hood are a Vortech Supercharged 5.7l V8 engine which spits around 600 hp. Under the car, the K&W Coil Over Adjustable Suspension helps the car keep to the ground. The exterior and interior features are listed below: Interior
  • seat inserts and logos
  • custom shifter and shift knob
  • custom floor mats and trunk mat
  • custom black face gauges, with chrome bezels and pointers
  • color matching trim bezels (gauges, center stack, console)
  • HPP badging on doors
  • Daytona dash badge
Exterior
  • custom front Daytona / Superbird nose with active hidden headlights
  • custom side rocker covers
  • new aluminum hood with custom hood power scoop
  • custom hood fender vents
  • custom rear Daytona / Superbird wing
  • custom rear fascia with side exit exhaust
  • repositioned side marker lights
  • new rear tail lights and center Daytona bezel
  • custom graphics
  • custom door detail
Additional information about both the Dodge Daytona and other vehicles created by HPP can be found by accessing this link.
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About the author: Daniel Patrascu
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Daniel loves writing (or so he claims), and he uses this skill to offer readers a "behind the scenes" look at the automotive industry. He also enjoys talking about space exploration and robots, because in his view the only way forward for humanity is away from this planet, in metal bodies.
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