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How much is this unique drop-top Dodge Challenger Scat pack worth to you?

How much is this unique drop-top Dodge Challenger Scat pack worth to you?

The Dodge Charger and its two-door muscle car sibling the Challenger are popular in the United States. For many car enthusiasts, the thought of rolling up to a stoplight next to another car that is identical isn’t ideal. This highly custom convertible Dodge Challenger may be the perfect solution for those who want power and style, but also want to stand out.

Mention on Car & Bids with a few days left in the auction at the time of writing, this 2020 Dodge Challenger is already at a bid price of $42,500. That’s just a grand or so above the suggested retail price of $41,490. Of course, it’s a dramatically different vehicle now from the day it rolled off the assembly line.

Painted a purple shade called Hellraisin, the top of the Challenger was removed and replaced with a canvas convertible top. The work was all done under the roof of the aptly named Drop Top Customs of High Springs, FL. This is the same shop responsible for the world’s first Challenger Hellcat convertible, so he knows what he’s doing.

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The Challenger in question has been registered in Florida since new and has only 5,900 miles on it. Under the hood is a 6.4-liter 392 cubic-inch V8 that produces 485 hp (361 kW) and 475 lb-ft (643 Nm) of torque. Power is sent only through a six-speed manual transmission and to the rear wheels.

Of course we can imagine that this particular Challenger sounds a bit better from the driver’s seat due to the lack of a hard roof. That convertible top is not the only unique thing about the car, however. The owner has taken the trouble to match many of the accessories with the same purple theme set forth by the paint color.

Purple halo headlights and purple painted brake calipers complement that paint. Inside the cabin, the new owner will find that the door cards, steering wheel, start button and even the vents have a purple tinge. Given its rarity, low mileage and clean, consistent theme, we think it could go for just six figures in the end. What do you think it’s worth?

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