The Hellcat showed up in Cleveland, being listed on the Facebook page of a company that offers parts for project cars.
This particular example of the Challenger used to be a six-speed manual Hellcat, one that only got to enjoy 6,247 miles in its factory form (this had been born as a 2015 model).
Now, some of you will want to know more about the rescue process for the bits and bobs that result from such a brutal crash. Well, at least when it comes to Cleveland Power and Performance, the developer we're discussing here, the salvaged parts become a turnkey pallet.
You can see an image showing such a pallet to your right, with the solution allowing any potential buyer to easily asses the state of the hardware.
According to the company, this is the sixth Hellcat that has received its wooden frame and we have to admit that seeing the supercharged 6.2-liter Hemi, along with the rest of tech goodies that were rescued from the wreck, being put to good use does make us feel better.
For one thing, Fiat Chrysler can't help but give in to the urge to Hellcat so many contraptions, from production vehicles, such as the Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk (here are some spyshots), to concept cars like the Ram Rebel TRX. So enthusiasts out there on a mission to build their project cars deserve a go too.