Unbelievably, in just two months, the project was finished, making its debut at the Dub Show in LA. Lee admits that initial reactions were mixed, it’s a “love it or hate it” type of style, he says. We’d go with the former. But they weren’t finished just yet.
Over the next few months, Lee and his son went to work on making it even lighter. A custom carbon fiber roof, a carbon fiber rear splitter, a rear seat delete, a custom roll cage, and Mopar hood pins were added for affect.
Under the hood, the standard Hemi 5.7-liter V8 was boosted to a respectable 500 horsepower thanks to a healthy heaping of new Borla equipment. Long tube headers, test pipes, and ATAK exhaust, just to name a few.
From there, it made its way to Wekfest, Autocon, and even an impromptu photoshoot on Rodeo Drive (pictured above). You can expect the snobby locals loved seeing the garish Challenger.
So what’s next for #ProjectHulk? Lee said he has some special things in store for the car before it makes its national debut at SEMA in November. Extra ponies will be one of them, but we’ll get an even more in depth look at this one-of-a-kind Challenger before it struts its stuff in Vegas.