The Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat you’re looking at might just be one of the rarest examples on earth, because, well, it’s a convertible.
Now, this is not the first time we’ve seen a Challenger transformed into a droptop, but it is one of the first examples of a Hellcat Convertible we’ve come across. It has an asking price of $94,995 and is located in Chantilli, Virginia.
Discovered by Reddit user Tervistinkler over at Fair Oaks Motors in Virginia, the FCA dealership doesn’t detail what company carried out the transformation from coupe to convertible. What it does say is that, in addition to the roof being removed, the car features a stiffened suspension system with front and rear strut tower braces and sub-frame connectors.
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It is not just the blue roof that makes this Hellcat stand out. The muscle car is painted in a nice shade of white with bright blue racing stripes running the length of the body. It also has an aftermarket chin spoiler at the front and chrome wheels. The modifications continue in the cabin where there is blue leather adorning the front and rear seats, the center console and the door panels along with red seat belts.
The Hellcat has also been loaded with a range of factory options including the Driver Convenience Group with blind-spot monitoring and the Technology Group and a Harman Kardon stereo.