V10-Powered, 1300Hp Twin Turbo ’68 Charger Nicknamed “Sliced” is Made to Melt Pavement
This is one insane, over-the-top, money-no-object builds.
This extremely modified Mopar is one of the several cool muscle cars made by the Roadster Shop and probably one of the craziest Dodge Chargers ever.
The guys at The Roadster Shop have transformed this American muscle car into a wolf in sheep’s clothing!
Under the hood is a V10 engine from a Dodge Viper, breathing through twin 67mm turbochargers and pumping out an incredible 1,300 horsepower and 1,000 lb-ft of torque.
The Charger is so customized that Phil Gerber (co-owner of the Roadster Shop with his brother Jeremy) told us that the only component you could buy off the shelf is the tires, and they even joked about making those.
The interior matches the custom-everything theme and looks like something out of a sci-fi comic. The whole car has that whole vibe about it; like someone went back in time with today’s technology and remade the Dodge Charger in a much grander way than the original.
Inside and out the car is colored in a mix of matte and gloss gray . The name “Sliced” comes from the signature red pinstripe down the side of the car, which divides the paint between matte and gloss gray.