West Coast Customs recently shared a photo showing off a blacked out Dodge Challenger Hellcat recently purchased by actor and comedian Damon Wayans. I have to admit that although I’m not usually a fan of Challengers, this one’s giving me all the feels. Something about those headlights really tie the whole look together and definitely seem appropriate for a modern day muscle car with 707 hp. It’s safe to say that the Hellcat name suits the car perfectly as well.
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When he’s not making incredible plays out on the field, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald’s preferred ride is his custom 1968 Dodge Charger R/T. Tasteful exterior modifications plus an all-new modern drivetrain and engine make it easy to understand why it’s his favorite car in his collection.
Since playing the role of a certain caped crusader in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, Ben Affleck has obviously felt the need to flex his muscles and purchase something on par with the Batmobile.
If any car was going to give the Batmobile a run for its money, it’s a black 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat, a beast boasting 707-bhp.
Affleck was spotted taming his big cat near his home in Los Angeles, where he parked up and walked his dog.
This all out Texas gal, known for her love of guns and muscle cars, particularly her ’68 Mustang, has been snapped at L.A.’s Whole Foods in something… well, something Jeremy Clarkson would be disappointed to see her in.
The mention of Clarkson has nothing to do with his infamous fist and subsequent sacking from the BBC; the Top Gear presenter’s presence here only highlights Amber heard’s boring choice of vehicle, the Dodge Journey.
You see, in 2011, the Drive Angry star appeared on the UK show, her mere presence leaving Clarkson weak at the knees – despite being bisexual, she pretty much left the UK with the impression she was a lesbian, line-dancing, gun-toting, muscle car enthusiast.
I can only assume, husband, Johnny Depp has explained to her: whilst her shopping and groceries may fit into the truck of her Mustang, she’d need something a little bigger to accommodate her guns, too.
Ventriloquist and comedian, Jeff Dunham loves sublime green Dodge Challengers so much he has not one but two sitting in his garage. His first purchase was the 1970 Dodge Challenger RT 4 speed 440 6-pack with hood blackout decal and black side stripes and then the Hellcat came along.
What one would you take if you had the choice?
Source (Jalopnik) Photo (by Walker Dalton)
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